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Jealousy And Jealousy In Othello

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Human eyes are often deceived by appearance and conversation. People get seduced to what they want to hear rather than knowing the truth. Jealousy can affect people in many different ways, sometimes in a good way, and also sometimes in a bad way. Jealousy is a misunderstanding with negative thoughts and feelings over loss of something of a great personal value. Jealousy tends to bring out the worst in society. Tension forced with gullibility the truth was not revealed; it was assumed. Gullibility may put a relationship into unnecessary jeopardy. Gullible people fail at social intelligence, in which a person is easily tricked or manipulated into doing something outrageous. Othello was tricked and convinced into doing unnecessary actions.
In the play Othello, there was a lot of tension caused by jealousy and gullibility. Iago, Othello and Cassio had mixed emotions about the surroundings in the play, which caused both hate and tension between the men and woman. Iago, the main antagonist ion the play, caused extreme hate and anger between Othello and his wife Desdemona. With Iago’s ways of words, he is a man who hates Othello with a passion. Iago, also plays a role in being an honest man, and a true friend to Othello, he was his trusted advisor. He plans to create lies about his wife and Cassio having an affair. Iago knows that this lie will destroy Othello. Iago, the man with sleek words, makes Othello believe his wife is cheating on him with Cassio. Othello does not know how to respond to this nonsense. He does not understand that he loved Desdemona with all of his heart. Why did he get this pain in return?
The actions and emotions that have taken place in the play; revenge is what comes to mind. He gave it to his wife fulfilled ...

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...y and todays society. People in today’s society get gullible. I found information on gullibility they relate with a lot of cartoon fairytales (examples) "Little Red Riding Hood", the title character is deceived by a wolf; from this experience she learns to feign gullibility in order to deceive a second wolf. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gullibility. With information from the Internet, the passed and present society is a lot is different and a lot is the same in someway. People will always be jealous and people will always lie and be gullible. People in today’s society will do anything to have the power, just like the play Othello. Jealously is a huge problem in today’s society it changes over time on the situation and the people your with. Jealousy and gullibility is one of the most powerful emotions someone can have in the past society and todays society.
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