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In this sense, he has taken advantage of her, for she has unwillingly fallen in love. "He chooses Kate as he would a horse, for her high mettle, and he must use at least as much intelligence and energy in bringing her trust to him, as he would in breaking a horse…" (Greer 40). Shakespeare also uses this recurring theme later in The Comedy of Errors, when Luciana reminds Adriana that " men are masters of their females" (The Comedy Of Errors). ... ... middle of paper ... ... Handbook. 1987.
Our assumption of Othello and Desdemona are met in the first act. After having explained why they love each other the world seems to accept this alliance. But Brabantio`s comment informs the reader that not everything is as it seem: (I.iii.293-4) "Look to her, Moor, if thou hast eyes to see She has deceived her father and ma... ... middle of paper ... ...on Shakespeare’s Othello. Ed. Anthony G. Barthelemy Pub.
New York: Norton, 1996. 415. Vendler, Helen. The Art of Shakespeare’s Sonnets. Cambridge: Harvard UP: 1998.