Othello Essay | Othello as a Tragic Figure in Shakespeare's Othello

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Othello as a Tragic Figure in Shakespeare's Othello

Summary: The essay following is about evidence that proves that Shakespeare's Othello is a tragic figure, because of flaws in his character that are attacked by other characters. Othello's character goes through a number of downfalls as the play progresses, eventually leading to his demise and death. It is Othello's nobility, coupled with the ill will of Iago that leads to his tragic downfall.
Othello, a Tragic Figure"

Throughout life, the personality of humans adapts in many ways, based upon a variety of factors that influence his or her environment. For example, some accepting and inviting men and women might have been quiet and cruel as teenagers because of their situation at home. Frequently this change is for the better, adding something to a person's personality that previously was not present. Unfortunately for Othello, this is not the case. Rather, Othello's character goes through a number of downfalls as the play progresses, eventually leading to his demise and death. It is Othello's nobility, coupled with the ill will of Iago that leads to his tragic downfall.

The noble role that Othello takes on as well as the noble figure others find him to be, is one of the major attributes to Othello's rise and fall in...

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