Othello And Iago By William Shakespeare Essay

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Every animal found on our planet reacts when they are faced circumstances that affect them in some way. Predators will stalk their prey in order to feed their hunger. Prey will try to survive from their predators by running and hiding. Both predators and prey respond to their own circumstances in order to survive. Likewise humans also react to their personal circumstances. One could be facing debt because they have just bought a new home. He will react in a way that will satisfy the conflict by working harder at his job. This way he will be able to pay back the bank and resolve the situation. Not everyone will react the same to their circumstances. Each and every person will acknowledge their personal conditions differently. Maybe similar, but never the same. William Shakespeare uses the characters of Othello and Iago in the play Othello to demonstrate how when on is faced with a personal circumstance, one shall respond in a way that satisfies their inner conflict.

Othello had everything going for him. He had a beautiful, loving wife, he was a commander of a great army and he had friends whom he could trust. Or so he thought. In the third act of the play, Iago’s plan had begun to kick off. He slowly began to plant the idea in Othello’s head that his wife was having an affair with Cassio. At first when faced with this circumstance, Othello denied that such a thing were true by saying, “No, not much moved. I do not think but Desdemona’s honest” (3.3.117-151). Othello…

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