Othello Essay | Othello

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Othello

Summary: Othello is a play about jealousy; Othello is a play about how inter-racial marriage can never survive; Othello is a play about stereotypes, about suppressed homosexuality about racism, about the need of mathematical proof before coming to a conclusion. Othello is about a lot of things and throughout the centuries different people have interpreted Othello in different ways.
The tragedy of Othello the moor of Venice by William Shakespeare. Othello is a play about jealousy; Othello is a play about how inter-racial marriage can never survive; Othello is a play about stereotypes, about suppressed homosexuality about racism, about the need of mathematical proof before coming to a conclusion. Othello is about a lot of things and throughout the centuries different people have interpreted Othello in different ways. The way in which one interprets this play, depends on the circumstances relevant to and surrounding the interpreter and of course, the play. In other words, different contexts can change the way we interpret texts and the way Iago has been interpreted over the centuries is proof of this.

In the 17th century Iago was depicted as the vice a device used in morality plays. In the 18th century his silent resentment and vengeance made him a beauteous part of...

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