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Iago’s ruse is meticulously crafted, as it fools not only Othello, but Cassio as well. Cassio declares “I never knew a Florentine more kind and honest./“ (3.1.38). To have tricked plenty, Iago seems to be singularly responsible for Othello’s fall, but he ominously notes “Reputation is an idle and most false imposition, oft got without/ merit and lost without deserving…” (2.3.251-252). Othello never questions Iago’s motives, putting up only the smallest of doubts which are quickly addressed by Iago. Othello places his trust in Iago, because he believes that Iago is noble and honest just like him.
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Despite the false nature of everything and everyone that surrounds him, Truman ultimately proves himself to be a “true man”. Seahaven is a deceptively perfect, reminiscent of a picturesque 1950s middle-class town. Advertisements herald the virtues of Seahaven, television shows remind Truman of the value of living in a small town and his best friend questions why he would ever want to leave such a wonderful place. However there are 5000 hidden cameras ready to catch Truman’s every movement. Only Sylvia sees through this slick television packaging and realises that Seahaven is no more than a cage designed to keep Truman trapped.
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Although Steinbeck’s insistent repetition of these characteristics makes Lennie a rather flat character, Lennie’s simplicity is central to Steinbeck’s conception of the novel. Of Mice and Men is a very short work that manages to build up an extremely powerful impact. Since the tragedy depends upon the outcome seeming to be inevitable, the reader must know from the start that Lennie is doomed, and must be sympathetic to him. Steinbeck achieves these two feats by creating a protagonist who earns the reader’s sympathy because of his utter helplessness in the face of the events that unfold. Lennie is totally defenseless.