Hamlet greatly disapproves of the hasty marriage and suspects foul play. His suspicions are confirmed when the ghost of his father appears and tells him that Claudius murdered him. Hamlet’s father asks him to take revenge upon Claudius, and soon everything takes a drastic change. The courses of revenge throughout Hamlet surround each character with corruption, obsession, and fatality. Throughout Hamlet, Shakespeare uses the characters’ revenge
Othello then tells Desdemona that Cassio is dead and wants her to admit to cheating with him but she denies it all. Othello’s jealousy and trust in Iago is too strong and he doesn’t believe her and kills her before Emilia realizes and tells Othello what Iago has done. Iago in the end is jailed and refuses to give his reas... ... middle of paper ... ...eason. She doesn’t know what he wants with it but steals it for him anyways. She helps Iago set up Cassio for sleeping with Desdemona and uses the handkerchief to convince Othello that its true.
Through Iago’s manipulative nature, he is able to completely warp the perception of Othello and Roderigo, ultimately, destroying their lives. In conclusion, Iago, the notorious mastermind that Shakespeare has constructed, is one of the most complex villains of Shakespearean literature. Through his abilities to manipulate, understand one’s mind and love for oneself, Iago’s natural evil is illustrated. By single handedly causing the deaths of many innocent characters, Iago proves to the audience that he is in complete control. Iago as the master puppeteer is surprisingly caught in the end but even then, the deaths he has caused cannot be resolved.
He hasn’t been doing this and Rodrigo may reclaim them if he doesn’t die, so he decides he has to do kill him. He is smart so he makes the others look away and makes Rodrigo think he’s going to get helped but instead the idea that deception creates conflict plays in and he stabs Rodrigo to the death. In the play Othello by William Shakespeare Iago is the one to be blamed for the deaths of everyone in the play. He killed everyone even if he didn’t kill them himself. Iago manipulated the people, used them to his advantaged and used his brains to get rid of his threats.
The entire scheme of ruining Othello’s life, getting his wife killed. These actions are of someone who is in a life or death situation, but no he is not. He is simply taking this huge risk without cause, because he is mentally ill. Iago could be considered one of the best manipulators in all of literature. He tricks Roderigo into giving him all of his money, he tricks him into risking his life to try to kill Cassio. He sets up this elaborate set up with Cassio inadvertently placing evidence of betrayal into Othello’s mind.
Macbeth embodies the flaw of making impulsive decisions. This can be due to the character's major flaw, his “Vaulting Ambition.” Due to Macduff not attending the banquet it frustrates Macbeth, in result, him seeking revenge by slaughtering his family. The killing of Macduff's family is the finale crime of the play that leads to the downfall of
Emilia tells Othello too late of the lies told by her husband and she dies at the hands of Iago for her confession. Iago's lies have come to a crescendo and Othello realizes he has been deceived. Othello then commits suicide and we find, in this case, in order for love to conquer all, evil must triumph. As is the case oftentimes in real life, there is no happy ending. Iago is, for the literary world, evil incarnate.
In his/her life, a person should be aware of the people he goes around with. Othello lacked all these characteristics and he ended up killing his innocent wife, Emilia and himself. During the course of the play, audience is introduced to the character called Iago. The whole time it seems like the Iago is the one who is most responsible for what happened in novel, but as a mater of fact Othello himself should be blamed for this tragedy. Due to his pride, jealousy and nature of over trusting people, Othello killed his innocent wife on base of his evil doubt and brought great tragedy to many people’s lives including himself.
In conclusion, Hamlet became the object of revenge himself by Claudius. He also caused the indirect and direct deaths of Polonius, Ophelia, Rosencrantz, Guildenstern, Gertrude, Claudius, and Laertes. Although Laertes told Claudius that nothing could stop him from acting out his revenge, he was easily manipulated by Claudius into doing his dirty work for him, and ultimately, his poisoned sword was pointed back at himself. In the end, the unexpected occurred, plans were foiled, and revenge was bittersweet.
They even result in deaths of innocent people, as a result of their desire to revenge. Othello kills his wife for suspecting her of having an affair with Cassio. He also stabs Iago to death after learning that it is he who has lied to him. Othello finally kills himself from the guilt and shame that would come to him, considering his status in s... ... middle of paper ... ...rs him. When planning for revenge, a person has to know and expect it boomerang.