Othello basically admits his only proof of Desdemona’s adultery was what Iago, her husband, had said. Othello is the one who murders Desdemona, that is a fact, but he has also redeemed most of his dignity by the play’s end by admitting the horror he has done, and killing himself when he realizes how jealous and irrational he was. But, Othello has still killed his own wife, which is something the audience cannot forget nor forgive Othello for. He was too illogical in his judgement and it caused a fatal ending. The play shows the power of mistrust and deception, and many people can still learn from it today.
While pretending his insanity, he mistakenly kills Polonius, councillor to the king, and also drives his lover, Ophelia, to suicide. In addition, Hamlet abandons all those he once called friends except for his one confidant, Horatio. Eventually, the insanity, once feigned by Hamlet, morphed into reality and became his enemy. The insanity Hamlet adopted led to ruthlessness and errors of judgement as Hamlet was blinded by the revenge of his father. As Christina Autiero asserts in a paper given at a conference held in Westchester - Putnam School, “Blinded by [his] passions,...Hamlet indirectly causes the death of Ophelia and his mother...revenge and Hamlet’s method of madness primarily cause his death and actions.
The two women in the play have been picking up one the little house clue the men in the play would find in significant, because they think all the women are really talking about is trifles, but in reality they are talking about how Mrs. Wright killed her husband. Overall Mrs. Wright killed her husband because he caused her isolation, emotional abuse, and he killed the only think she actually cared about and she lost hope which ultimately all of these led to her self destruction because of the neglection of her
This position is one Iago expected, not only because of his seniority in battle, but also because of his seniority with Othello himself. Iago clearly shows his vengefulness when he tells Roderigo: “Call up her father.Rouse him, make after him, poison his delight...”&n... ... middle of paper ... ...bolical plan. He has traded "wife for wife" as Othello has smothered, albeit regretfully, Desdemona. When discovered by Emilia, Othello confesses, saying it was Iago that persuaded him to murder her. Emilia tells Othello too late of the lies told by her husband and she dies at the hands of Iago for her confession.
Othello killed his wife because he thought she cheated on him when she really didn't. Before he killed her, Iago used his wife in a way that helped him to betray Othello. She was a good friend of Desdemona's and she worked against her friend without knowing it. She took Desdemona's handkerchief because Iago said he wanted it. Iago then placed the handkerchief in Cassio's room to make him look guilty.
Prior to the opening of the drama, Gertrude was having an incestuous affair with her husbands brother, Claudius. Claudius then killed his brother (King Hamlet), and shortly after married Gertrude. Prince Hamlet could not handle this and was disgusted by the entire situation. He then decided to put on an "Antic Disposition," meaning that he will pretend to be crazy in order to find out the details of what is going on. Gertrude observes that Hamlet is not his usual self, and she feels responsible because her remarriage is so soon after her old husbands death.
Due to the choices Othello made, Desdemona and Emilia were murdered. Othello even killed himself after realizing that Desdemona truly loved him. It is very heartbreaking that tragic dramas must end in such a catastrophic way for the heroes. Works Cited Shakespeare, William. Othello.
This fault of his character being too vain leads to his demise. Therefore, Agamemnon’s trust in his wife allowed for her to more easily kill him. The war had great influence on the murder of Agamemnon. While Agamemnon was away in Troy, Clytemnestra carried on an affair. Her lover and the affair were primary motives for Clytemnestra to kill her husband.
Never Hamlet: If Hamlet from himself be ta'en away, And when he's not himself does ... ... middle of paper ... ...ot true, he kills Desdemona because of how angry and upset he is. His lack of communication between himself and Desdemona can be seen as a big part in her death. Othello, Macbeth, and Hamlet have many similarities, but they also have many differences. Othello was lead to his certain death by a lie, Macbeth was lead to his death by a murder he committed, and Hamlet was lead to his death by his pursuit of revenge that he carried out over the death of his father. Even though they all died at the end, each character died for a different reason and a different purpose.
Because Othello had incomparable love for Desdemona, after haring Iago’s news that she was apparently cheating on him with Michael Cassio, he fell in a world of depression and continuously thought about killing Desdemona. “Othello: Ay, let her rot and perish, and be damned tonight, for she should not live. No, / my heart is turned to stone; I strike it, and it hurts my hand. O, the world hath/ not s sweater creature! She might lie by an emperor’s side and command him/ tasks.” Iago’s words are what drove Othello to madness, after hearing that her wife was not being loyal to him.