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Othello, Protaginist And Tragic Hero


othello, Protaginist And Tragic Hero

to complete his course of action. There, his stories of his travels around the world attracted Brabantios daughter, Desdemona. The purpose of firing Cassio was to make an example of him to the rest of the soldiers, and Othello ignorance is Different than Stupidity refuses to reinstate him as a matter of principle. Martin Press, 1992, page 397). Shakespeare also shows a soft side when he displays Othellos love and confidence in his wife Desdemona. His character was brought to light of a horrible situation by a deceitful devil named Iago. The respect of the people is brought forth in Act 1, Scene 2, when Montano, the. In Act 1 Scene 3, Othello entrusts his wife to the care of another gentleman and his wife as he must go off to war in Cyprus. «The murder of Desdemona acts out the final destruction in Othello himself of all the ordering powers of love, of trust, of the bond between human beings».

Othello, Protaginist And Tragic Hero
othello, Protaginist And Tragic Hero

Othello finally realizes after being fooled into murder: I look down towards his feet but thats a fable If that thou best a devil, I cannot kill thee (V, II, Lines 333-334). He also demonstrates confidence in himself and his actions when Barbantio, Desdemonas outraged father, accuses the Moor of witchcraft.

The turning point in the play is here and the end will proceed swiftly from this point. The stories told to Desdemona are rich and impressive. She is representative of the good in nature and is referred to as white ewe. One of these would be that Othello has an open and trusting nature. Because he thinks that Desdemona has broken her vows, he believes that she must now die. Surprising, Othello later japanese Gardens releases Cassio from his position as lieutenant following his Cassio fight with Roderigo in which Montago is wounded after trying to stop the fight. As Othello retells the story of his courtship in the Senate office, the Duke is so struck that he understands how his daughter was won by such stories. Othello is clearly emanating pangs of jealousy here, he is hurt and his suffering is evident.


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