Differences Between Othello The Play And Play

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“Othello” written by William Shakespeare is a tragedy book. Based on Shakespeare’s tragedies, audience can assume the dead of one or more character/s in the play. The characters, plot, setting, theme, soliloquy, tragic hero, symbolism, story development and figurative language are significant in order to comprehend the play. Comparing the characters and the book to the movie would also help the reader have a better knowledge of the settings and era of the play. Knowing who the major characters are in Othello is relevant to understanding the play. The protagonist of this play is Othello. Othello is a black man from Moroccan located in North African. Othello is the husband of Desdemona; He is also a moor and the general in the Venetian army. Iago, who is Othello’s ensign, is the antagonist in this play. Iago is a very jealous character. His motive in the play is to ruin Othello after Othello skipped him and chose Cassio has his…show more content…
Othello is well known for the hazard of Jealousy. The play showed how jealousy can desolate people’s lives. Iago’s jealousy and hatred against Othello caused him to scheme and ruin Othello’s life. Iago’s jealousy and hatred increased when Othello overlooked Iago and picked Cassio as his lieutenant. Iago became jealous of Cassio and planned to dismiss Cassio from his rank as a lieutenant by organizing a fight between him and Roderigo at the celebration event of Cyprus safety from the Turkish army. Iago was also a bit jealous of Roderigo’s wealth. Iago’s jealousy was part of the reason why he took advantage of Roderigo’s love for Desdemona by tricking Roderigo to give him money in order him to buy gifts for Desdemona. Jealousy also occurred between Roderigo and Othello. Roderigo was envious of Othello’s marriage to Desdemona because he loved Desdemona before she married Othello. Jealousy in Othello occurred in different forms and it led to the demolition of most of the characters in the

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