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Further, emotional abuse mastery can be illustrate under the relevance of steroids in O (2001) version. Frederick Aldama emphasizes the importance of understanding an individual nature to expose the mystery of "Othello’s short temper and frequently uncontrolled fits of violence are part of his natural personality; these traits, translated into Odin, are artificially induced by the use of steroids and quickly result in abrupt swings of mood and murderous anger and rage” (205). Fundamentally, Iago knows his strength and he doesn’t miscalculate his action; therefore, O (2001) transform steroid into drug abuse with different aspects to the modernization adaption of Othello. Drugs produce the ambivalent tension between reality and uncertain threat, in which we see as hallucination, offered a powerful vocabulary through the imagination of the user mind, and the film displays it perfectly to fit Odin’s personality; thus, Iago carries out his own nefarious schemes while manipulating Odin under drug abuse. Furthermore, Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet acknowledge drugs are portrayed the ambiguous boundary between their proper use as a tool to reveal the hidden identity and improper use as poison to kill. Compares the drugs used by the suicidal puppy lovers in Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet, it demonstrates sleepiness is often a precursor to actual death, where Odin’s steroid use represents drug abuse, identity loss, and a tragedy movement. In addition, from my perspective, the use of steroid suggests that the dangerous seduction concede through violence. Ultimately, drug abuse gives Iago the authority to dominate Odin because the steroid functions like emotions, it offers a physical embodiment of the dangers that can invade through emotional loss...

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...le will to fight back while manipulating an individual assesses a given situation, and motivates that individual’s desire to act. In addition, emotion and motivation are linked, and the interaction between emotions, motivation change our perspective to take action, because both of those ideas revealed an important role in the choices we’ve been making during the processes of decision-making. Therefore, Othello’s spirit was crushed; even though he has the power to change, but what can he do when there is an emotional strength that can’t be defeat by just means? This is where the negative thoughts come through his mind, Othello became selfish and lose control of his path. It’s common for people to hide their emotion because they thought of it as a weakness in decision making process, but the more emotions bottled up and there is no outlet, it becomes a deadly poison.
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