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The Tumultuous Fathomed

Summary: In William Shakespeare's "Othello", the protagonist's tumultuous state of mind is epitomized by one of his soliloquies. The literary devices of figures of speech, diction, and style all enable the readers to delve into Othello's sense of purpose.
In a literary work, characters are often defined by their actions and words. Most often, readers are able to discern when a character is in a state of melancholy or a state of utter euphoria by the mood established by their individual words. A character's emotions are not the only things that readers may delve into. From a character's words, readers are virtually given a glimpse into a character's thoughts, motives, inclinations, desires, and other inner workings of the character's mind. In William Shakespeare's "Othello", the protagonist's tumultuous state of mind is epitomized by one of his soliloquies. The literary devices of figures of speech, diction, and style all enable the readers to delve into Othello's sense of purpose. In Othello's soliloquy, metaphorical foreshadowing is spawned forth by figures of speech, a sense of reluctance and contemplation is exemplified through diction, and finally, Othello's state of distraught...

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