The Act Of Othello By William Shakespeare Essay

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Throughout the act of Othello in William Shakespeare I think Othello did not love Desdemona he was only grieving for her, and he also did want to see he with no one else. From my understanding in this play jealousy played a big role in Othello’s wisdom. When you truly loves a person you are blind about everything else, so even when Iago told Othello that Desdemona was cheating he would out kept denying it every time the situation comes up. In this research paper I will discuss who Othello did not love Desdemona because his jealousy for her was too much.
To begin with, being in love with someone means that every second of the day that’s the only person you think about and want them to be around you. When a person is truly in love with their significant other everything automatically becomes blind to them in their vision of love. This basically means that if another person comes and tell you that your wife or husband is cheating on you, that person that is in love will not believe a single word you saying. That person won’t be asking for proof or asking you what did you see the doing. They will be cursing at you, yelling at you, and telling you to get out their face. If Othello truly believed that Desdemona loved him we would not have been searching for proof.
For example, when Othello saw Iago by the beach in Act III Scene III, “Give me Ocular Proof.” Then he started to drown Iago just from him to proof that sweet Desdemona is sleeping with Cassio. My belief is that if…

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