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Iago Is A Villain

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Iago is the villain in The Tragedy of Othello The Moor of Venice Introduced as Othello’s ensign Iago set a course to strike Othello down anyway he can. Iago is very manipulative bend those around him to his will with just words. For this reason Iago is considered the villain of “Othello” the shakespearean play, but the motives behind his action seem to at least partially justify his case. 5Iago is a manipulative person and can talk his way around any man or woman in the play. However when those around him start seeing the imperfections in his short handed plan. 8He does not truly want to see anyone die just taken out of the picture for his master plan. It was not until he was trapped in a corner that he pick up a blade of his own. Nevertheless,

In this essay, the author

  • Analyzes how iago is the villain in the tragedy of othello, the shakespearean play, and the motives behind his action seem to at least partially justify his case.
  • Analyzes how iago is a manipulative person and can talk his way around any man or woman in the play, but when those around him start seeing the imperfections in his short handed plan, he doesn't truly want to see anyone die.
  • Analyzes how shakespeare deliberately undercuts iago's implicit claim to being a great villain. other characters and inanimate substances evoke the language of the demonic.
  • Analyzes how iago explains his ill will toward the moor stems from 4othello's decision to name michael cassio as his second in command.
  • Analyzes how othello misplaced his trust in "honest" iago and the "ocular proof" of desdemona's infidelity drive this play to its tragic end.
  • Analyzes how othello doesn't think twice about the fact that iago and cassio speak of the adultery so easily.
  • Opines that othello is the true villain for the actions he chose to make.
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