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The Moor's Last Sigh: Wickedly Comic

- Hopping in a careful, calculated manner across four generations of a rich and demented Indian family, Salman Rushdie's cynical novel The Moor's Last Sigh laughs mischievously at the world and shivers from its evils. Weaving a tale of murder and suicide, of atheism and asceticism, of affection and adultery, Rushdie's exquisitely crafted storytelling explains the "fall from grace of a high-born crossbreed," namely our narrator Moraes Zogoiby, also known as "Moor." At the centerpiece of this odd and captivating tale stand the embers of Moor's family: a complex web including a ridiculed political activist, a shrew, a homosexual husband, an artist, and a Jewish underworld gangster, among others...   [tags: Moor's Last Sigh Essays]

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Symbols Loose on the Moor

- Symbolism is one of the common techniques that authors often use when writing a book. Symbolism is the usage of symbols to identify ideas and qualities by giving them symbolic meanings that are different from their literal meaning. Many authors use this technique to add depth and meaning to a complex idea and Arthur Conan Doyle, author of The Hound of the Baskervilles is no exception. Baskerville Hall, the hound and the moor are all examples of symbolism in the detective fiction, The Hound of the Baskervilles....   [tags: Doyle's Hound of the Baskervilles]

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The Moor Symbols the Merrier

- Symbolism gives deeper meaning to relatively ordinary objects, animals, and people. It is repeatedly used in literature to get across a deep meaning without fully explaining it in words, enhancing the story by making it flow smoother. In addition, it can be used to hint at key aspects of the story which helps the reader to better understand symbols. In mystery books it is utilized to help grasp what is meant and to better understand not only the situation, but the book as a whole. In the book, “ The Hound of the Baskervilles” by Arthur Conan Doyle, the moor, the hound of Baskervilles, and Baskervilles Hall are the most prominent symbols in the book....   [tags: The Hound of the Baskervilles by Conan Doyle]

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The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice

- A talented poet and playwright writer, William Shakespeare came during the golden age of England. His writings are the greatest in the English language. No one really know Shakespeare real birthday. The closet date the scholars can come up is on his baptism on April 24th, 1564. It has been over 400 years since his death; Shakespeare’s writing is not just limited to English scholars, but also appears on modern historical events and newspaper as well. Playwright and poetry are an art that appeals to the conscious mind, but the best classical playwright such as Othello not only appeals to conscious mind, but also to the subconscious mind....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature ]

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The Moor Of Venice By William Shakespeare

- Throughout Othello the Moor of Venice we experience a rather uplifting story that seems to somehow come crashing down on not only the characters in the story but the reader also. Author William Shakespeare does a tremendous job at connecting us with the characters in the play. Othello, the protagonist in the play, falls slowly into the pit of destruction where jealousy takes control. He along with many other characters in the play are manipulated by Iago and slowly taken down from a peaceful, love filled, and triumphant place in their lives to one that is dark and revengeful....   [tags: Othello, Iago, Michael Cassio, Roderigo]

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The Moor Of Venice By William Shakespeare

- The thing about being human there are pros and cons to it. The great thing about it is that we are able to come up with great inventions. But when comes to emotions that 's when things start to get confusing. Our emotions play a big role in the way we act towards our own kind. Us being humans we have many types of emotions, we have anger, happy, sad, excited and so much more. In poem Othello, The Moor of Venice by William Shakespeare take place in Venice. It starts off where Roderigo and lago are in an argument over Othello....   [tags: Othello, Iago, Michael Cassio, Thing]

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Othello : The Moor Of Venice

- Introduction In William Shakespeare’s play “Othello: The Moor of Venice” we are introduced to a man named Othello, a foreign solider in the Italian army. He is a solider of high rank and leader of the Venetian army who leads the troops to battle in Cyprus against the Turks. Despite his high opinion of himself and his character he has a few ultimately fatal character flaws that bring him to make some very poor decisions. These decisions take him down a path he doesn’t return from. In a fit of jealous rage, and because of his own feelings of embarrassment and insecurity, he chooses to end the life of his new wife and then ultimately himself....   [tags: Othello, Tragedy, Iago, Tragic hero]

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Othello, The Moor of Venice

- Othello, the Moor of Venice is one of the major tragedies written by William Shakespeare that follows the main character, Othello through his trials and tribulations. Othello, the Moor of Venice is similar to William Shakespeare’s other tragedies and follows a set of specific rules of drama. The requirements include, following the definition of a tragedy, definition of tragic hero, containing a reversal of fortune, and a descent from happiness. William Shakespeare fulfills Aristotle’s requirements in this famous play....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature ]

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Othello, The Moor Of Venice

- Over the years, literature has brought people memorable villains in plays, moving pictures, and various novels. One character deserves to be ranked high in the category of greatest villains, but it is not the reason one would think. Iago, one of the popular characters in The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice, had the ability to manipulate the other characters so well that it awed the audience and in the end deceived them too. An article in by Haim Omer and Marcello Da Verona they asked the question, “How could Iago, on the strength of words, suggestions, and innuendoes – without the slightest shred of concrete evidence – convince and change Othello so thoroughly that, in the course of a...   [tags: Othello, Iago, Desdemona, Brabantio]

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Shakespeare's Othello, The Moor of Venice

- Othello is a famous literal work of Shakespeare. In most of his literal writings he addresses the ideas and concepts of human behavior, varying from love, to hate, to revenge and many other aspects. In Othello, he presents yet another masterpiece which talks about the tragedy of noble hero who is brought down and destroyed by a human flaw which is jealousy. Othello is a domestic tragedy and encompasses various timeless themes that include; love, revenge, hate, jealousy and trust (Feather, p. 244)....   [tags: literary analysis]

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The Valiant Moor Othello's Downfall

- The term of address 'valiant Moor' is used by the senator and conveys the idea that Othello is the protector and saviour of Venice. Othello is a black man of a very high status and can be see as valuable and indispensible to the state, as he is needed to fight in the war. The fronted conjunction 'But' shows that Othello unfortunately, has a fatal flaw of being very open with those he thinks he can trust on face value alone/ Othello's devotion and love to Desdemona in Act 1 could lead him to becoming jealous very easily of his wife....   [tags: Othello, shakespeare, character, ]

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Iago, The Moor Of Venice

- Iago, the Villian “Othello, the Moor of Venice” by William Shakespeare is an iconic play that seems to hold its relevancy, no matter how many years go by. The personalities of Othello, Cassio, and Desdemona stand the test of time, and can be seen in people still today. These are regular people who love, get hurt, and can be overcome with jealousy. However, Iago is a man that is impulsive, vindictive, and lacks empathy, making him evil in the purest form. Although Iago may seem overcome with jealousy, his narcissism prevents him from feeling anything causing him to lash out and destroy others....   [tags: Othello, Iago, Villain, William Shakespeare]

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The Moor in Othello

- The Moor in Othello        Who can resist empathizing with the unfortunate protagonist in William Shakespeare’s Othello. He is so noble, and yet so victimized by the cunning Iago.   Is it his “gullibility” which leads to his downfall. Morton W. Bloomfield and Robert C. Elliott  in Great Plays: Sophocles to Brecht posit the “lack of insight” of the hero as the cause of his tragic fall:   Othello’s lack of insight, cunningly played upon by Iago, leads to his downfall. And as the full enormity of his deed dawns upon him in the great scene of tragic self-revelation at the end, the audience may perhaps experience catharsis, that purgation of the soul brought about by an almost unbearabl...   [tags: Othello essays]

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Puppets, The Moor And A Ballerina Controlled By A Magician

- Puppets are inanimate objects that are manipulated to tell a story. In the ballet, Petrouchka, there are three puppets Petrouchka, the Moor and a ballerina controlled by a magician. The magician shares a story of unrequited love between Petrouchka, the Moor and a ballerina. The managed movements of the puppets suggest it to be a mere puppet performance, but there is a plot-twist exposing that the puppets have their own emotions, which reflect their soul. The puppets are under the control of the magician and are forced to live out the magician’s will....   [tags: Love, God, Puppet, Soul]

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Othello, the Moor of Venice: A Tragic Hero

- Miller’s Willy Loman exemplifies the core elements of a tragic hero who experiences a shift in understanding, fears that result in failing, and belief that any man, even a Lo-man, can experience that which is tragic. In Shakespeare's Othello the Moor of Venice, Othello is considered a tragic hero because he undergoes a Othello possesses both a noble birth and displays heroic qualities. One might argue, that he is a “Moor”, so this automatically places him on a lower level than most of society, and can’t classify as being born noble....   [tags: Othello Essays]

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Othello, The Moor of Venice by William Shakespeare

- The play “Othello, The Moor of Venice ” by William Shakespeare, tells the story of the tragic downfall of Othello. In this play, love, loyalty, and honesty are the most important emotions that keep the world prospering, and when those are questioned or lost, chaos takes over. Othello has been tricked to believe the worst about his wife, Desdemona. Then Othello becomes corrupted by jealousy, and he takes that emotion to the extreme. The truth is revealed too late, and because of Othello’s actions the only way he can restore his honor is by his own death....   [tags: othello, shakespeare, jelousy]

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The Moor in the Works of William Shakespeare

- The Sources and Representations of the Moor in the Works of Shakespeare       One theme consistently reemployed throughout Shakespeare's plays is that of the Other. The Other is usually characterized as a character that is somehow separated, stigmatized, or noted as being different from the mainstream ideal. For the Elizabethan England of Shakespeare's time, it may have been a self-defensive maneuver against the encroachment of something which threatened too close to home (Bartels 450). Bryant lists several methods used to employ this convention of the Other: race such as that of Shylock and Aaron, nationality as in Iachimo, bastardy such as the characters Don John and Edmund, social stat...   [tags: Biography Biographies Essays]

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Written by Shakespeare, The Moor of Venice: A Tale of Overt Racism

- Moor; A simple word, in current English it brings to mind an image of ships or sailboats docked in the harbor. For this reason I was slightly confused why it would be assigned to a person, seemingly as a rank or title. However, the Oxford English Dictionary defines moor as “[A] native or inhabitant of ancient Mauretania, a region of North Africa corresponding to parts of present-day Morocco and Algeria” (OED). Knowing the true definition of this term brings forth a whole new angle under which to view this work by Shakespeare....   [tags: noble, pigmentation, lago]

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William Shakespeare 's Othello, The Moor Of Venice

- Tragedy unfolds as a quest for revenge results in deceptive alliances, unsuspecting betrayal, and unrestrained jealousy. William Shakespeare’s Othello, the Moor of Venice, depicts the tragic downfall Othello, a decorated and well respected military leader, at the hands of his trusted companion Iago. Iago, spurned after being passed over for promotion, blazes a path a revenge that entangles everyone around him, and ultimately himself. All of the elements and themes employed by Shakespeare in Othello over four centuries ago, are still admissible in modern times....   [tags: Othello, William Shakespeare, Iago, Truth]

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William Shakespeare 's Othello, The Moor Of Venice

- Ben Jonson, an English playwright of the seventeenth century, predicted Shakespeare’s future when he said, “He was not at an age, but for all time!” in the preface to the First Folio (Why Study Shakespeare?). That is easy to understand why Ben said so. Shakespeare is a well-known English playwright, who possesses a huge treasure of literature, including excellent dramas, comedies, romances, and tragedies. His pieces of work such as Romeo And Juliet; King Lear; The Winter’s Tale; Othello, the Moor of Venice; Twelfth Night; Hamlet, Prince of Denmark and so many others are not only known by his brilliant manipulation of scenes, characters, and language, but also their humanity meanings in life....   [tags: Othello, William Shakespeare, Iago, Marriage]

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William Shakespeare 's Othello, The Moor Of Venice

- Ben Jonson, an English playwright of the Seventeenth Century, predicted Shakespeare’s future when he said, “He was not at an age, but for all time!” in the preface to the First Folio (Why Study Shakespeare?). That is easy to understand why Ben said so. Shakespeare, is an well-known English playwright, who possesses a huge treasure of literature including excellent dramas, comedies, romances, and tragedies. His pieces of work such as Romeo And Juliet; King Lear; The Winter’s Tale; Othello, the Moor of Venice; Twelfth Night; Hamlet, Prince of Denmark and so many others are not only known by his brilliant manipulation of scenes, characters, and language, but also their humanity meanings in life...   [tags: Othello, William Shakespeare, Iago, Marriage]

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Shakespeare 's Othello : The Downfall Of The Moor Othello

- William Shakespeare’s Othello follows the downfall of the Moor Othello and those associated with him. Othello’s ensign, Iago, causes the demise of Othello as payback for not being chosen as Othello’s lieutenant. Shakespeare makes Iago a puppeteer in a sense so that he may control those around him without getting caught, up until his own demise. Through the manipulation of the people around him, and Othello’s emotions and insecurities, Iago manages to completely destroy the lives of Othello, Desdemona, Roderigo, Emilia, and everyone affected by the innocent deaths....   [tags: Othello, Jealousy, Iago, Envy]

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William Shakespeare 's Othello, The Moor Of Venice

- Marriage and love played a critical role in human society. Societies consider marriage as a social institution that ensures continuity of values, beliefs, practices, and behaviors of individuals in the society. However, values, beliefs, practices, and behaviors attributed to marriage are subject to change. Evidence shows that marriage changes with time, the same way cultural values and beliefs of human beings do. For instance, Tavares (289) asserts that marriage practices, values, and customs of the past century vary significantly from the marriage value of the present time....   [tags: Marriage, Wedding, Othello, Wife]

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William Shakespeare 's Othello, The Moor Of Venice

- “The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice” is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare, roughly around 1603. “Othello” is said to based on the story “Un Capitano Moro” which translates to A Moorish Captain by Cinthio. Both the concept of the courtier and courtly love were firmly established in literature and etiquette in and around Shakespeare 's time which he uses to great effect in his play “Othello.” In Othello, a major part of the story is the concept of the courtier and of courtly love....   [tags: Othello, William Shakespeare, Love, Iago]

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William Shakespeare 's Othello The Moor Of Venice

- Marriage and love played and play a critical role in human society. Societies consider marriage as a social institution that ensures continuity of values, beliefs, practices, and behaviors of individuals in the society. However, values, beliefs, practices, and behaviors attributed to marriage are subject to change. Evidence has that marriage changes with time, the same way cultural values and beliefs of human beings does. For instance, Tavares (289) asserts that marriage practices, values, and customs of the past century vary significantly from the marriage value of the present time....   [tags: Marriage, Wedding, Love, Othello]

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William Shakespeare 's Othello The Moor Of Venice

- English poet Alexander Pope said; “Our passions are like convulsion fits, which, though they make us stronger for the time, leave us the weaker ever after.” In the play Othello the Moor of Venice, Othello is faced with many different situations where he must decide if he will choose responsible behavior or to follow his passion. Throughout the play, the decline of Othello is very apparent; he began as a man who put work in front of all personal problems and made sure to put others in front of his own well-being....   [tags: Othello, Iago, Love, Michael Cassio]

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Symnbolism in the Hound of the Baskerville by Arthur Conan

- Symbolism is when authors use items to signify certain ideas by giving them a meaning that is different from what it literally represents. Most authors use this literary device in their books, because it adds to the deepness of the book. Symbolism allows the author to give a deeper meaning to a concept. In the classic mystery, The Hound of the Baskerville by Arthur Conan Doyle, symbolism is utilized. The three items that Doyle applied symbolism to were the moor, the hound and Stapleton’s nets. The moor is portrayed as darkness and eeriness....   [tags: moor, hound, nets, symbolism]

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Racism in Othello by William Shakespeare

- Firstly, Othello’s race and the racism around him ruined his marriage with Desdemona. Othello and Desdemona was a good couple, but you know what they say, all good things must come to an end. Almost everybody had a problem with their relationship. In that time, interracial relationships and marriage wasn’t allowed. While Brabantio was sleeping, Iago and Roderigo woke him up out of his sleep saying that Othello was having sex with his daughter Desdemona at that very moment. Brabantio didn’t believe them at first, but when he found out that they were telling the truth and his white daughter was with “the Moor” Othello, he didn’t take it lightly....   [tags: moor, cheating, murder]

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Extreme Jealousy in Shakespeare's Othello, the Moor of Venice

- Extreme Jealousy in Othello, the Moor of Venice      Aristotle's Poetics laid out the definition of tragedy: unlike comedy, the purpose of tragedy is not merely to instruct and delight an audience. Rather, its aim is to allow a cathartic release as a result of the heightened emotional state caused by the events of the tragedy. This idea assumes that the average person can experience these intense emotions vicariously. In Psyche and Symbol in Shakespeare , Alex Aronson contends that the characters in Shakespearean tragedy have the power to affect us because they tap what Carl Jung called the collective unconscious , the "omnipresent, unchanging, and everywhere identical condition or substr...   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]

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The Defeat of Many by One

- The Defeat of Many by One In The Moor’s Last Sigh, Salman Rushdie uses the complex and changing character of the Moor to represent a complex and changing image of India. By making the eclectic family history of the Da-Gama Zogoiby family the central theme in the first two parts of the novel, Rushdie portrays India as a culturally and religiously pluralistic society. This pluralistic society is layered by violence caused by the corruption of multiplicity by various characters and the threat of Hindu fundamentalism....   [tags: Moor Last Sigh Essays]

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Othello the Tragic Hero in William Shakespeare's Othello, the Moor of Venice

- Othello the Tragic Hero in William Shakespeare's Othello, the Moor of Venice Othello as a Tragic Hero William Shakespeare's famous tragedy "Othello, the Moor of Venice" (c.1604, as reprinted in Laurence Perrine and Thomas R. Arp, Literature: Structure Sound and Sense, 6th ed. [Fort Worth: Harcourt, 1993]1060-1148) is arguably one of the finest, if not the finest, tragedies in the literary history of Western civilization. This paper discusses Othello as a "tragic hero" and compares him to the great Aristotle's concept of what a "tragic hero" actually is....   [tags: Papers]

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Alecia Beth Moor: From Troubled Teen to P!nk Superstar

- Alecia Beth Moore: From Troubled Teen to P!nk Superstar “I was extreme… From skateboarder to hip-hopper to rave child to lead singer of a rock band - I did it all, and all at the same time (P!nk Quotes).” Alecia Beth Moore took music as most people knew it and made her own style. In order to appreciate P!nk’s original music, one must understand P!nk’s defective childhood, how she overcame the struggles in her life, and the foundation and inspiration she left for other upcoming musical artists. P!nk was born Alecia Beth Moore in Doylestown, Pennsylvania on September 8, 1979....   [tags: contemporary pop artists and singers]

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Titus Andronicus by William Shakespeare

- Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus is the most brutal and violent play written between 1590 and 1593 (Shakespeare and McDonald xxviiii). It is considered to be one of his earlier attempts to tragedy as it foreshadows many themes for his later plays. Themes of love, family relations, death, and power in Titus Andronicus emulates in plays like King Lear, Hamlet, and Macbeth; however, Titus Andronicus makes readers’ question the authorships of this play as, the later plays are compared to be well written....   [tags: love, family relations, mcdonald]

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Invisibility Factor As A Dilemma

- INVISIBILITY FACTOR AS A DILEMMA Name: Institution: Course: Tutor: Date:   Invisibility factor means authentic and proper operational procedures in a computer involving no awareness or little knowledge of the internal processing procedures involved in performing given tasks in a programming session. Invisibility factor involves taking into account knowledge of the expected inputs and the intended output during programming. The latter takes different forms and approaches, but constitute a common unethical factor (Moor 1985)....   [tags: Computer, Computer programming, Computer program]

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The Hound Of The Baskervilles

- The Hound of the Baskervilles In the novel, “The Hound of the Baskervilles” written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the reader is quickly introduced to many of the key characters, the curse of the Baskervilles, and the mystery of Sir Charles Baskerville’s death. The full theme, tone and mood of the mystery; however, takes some time to fully materialize. Most of the information provided to develop the story’s plot is delivered relatively clear and uncomplicated. This is a mystery or suspense novel so obviously there is the element of foreshadowing and the introduction of some disruptive or alternative theories....   [tags: Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes]

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The Hound of the Baskervilles

- The Hound of the Baskervilles At the start of the story the setting is described through the legend of Sir Hugo Baskerville. Sir Hugo is described in the legend as a “wild, profane and godless man” This suggests that his inhumanity and “evil” make him a potentially viable enemy who will stop at nothing. It is Sir Hugo that sets the tone for the setting. Sir Hugo uses his power and Baskerville Hall as a prison for the young girl. She manages to escape by “the aid of the growth of ivy which covered the south wall.” The ivy indicated the age and wildness of the hall and its setting....   [tags: English Literature]

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Othello, Race, and the Effect on Character

- With the influx of trade during the Elizabethan Era, English society encountered an increase of descriptions and encounters with people from remote countries, including Africa. With these happenstances, brought misunderstandings of people and cultures, therefore race and discriminations began to form. Shakespeare’s protagonist in Othello, a Moor, was affected by societal standards in his ability to develop as an individual because of physical characteristics and internal insecurities because of the conflict, which tears him between two cultures....   [tags: Othello Essays]

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William Shakespeare 's A Racist Or Not

- For many years, people have been keen in associating Shakespearean plays with racial prejudices, perhaps to determine whether Shakespeare was a racist or not. Shakespeare’s use of characters of color, for instance, has raised controversies and even curiosity on what role does race contributes in his plays. It should be noted that racism or the belief that one’s race is superior to another is already observed in 16th century Europe. It was during this time when Europeans become increasingly engaged with people of different racial origins, especially with the dark skinned people of the East....   [tags: Othello, Racism, Moors, Race]

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The Hound Of The Baskervilles

- The Hound of the Baskervilles Film Reflection The Hound of the Baskervilles, was written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle as part of his Sherlock Holmes series phenomena. The 1939 movie directed by Sidney Lanfield, closely follows Doyle’s original writing with a few added scenes. This movie was made in black and white, but does a great job of adding many cinematic techniques to communicate a meaning and produce certain emotions. Cinematic techniques help to communicate things that may otherwise be hard to communicate with a black and white production....   [tags: Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes]

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The Hound Of The Baskervilles

- The Hound Of The Baskervilles Introduction The Hound of the Baskervilles is a traumatic and adventurous story about a legend that comes with the birth right of the Baskerville family. The story both begins and ends with tragedy. The story firstly begins with the death of Sir Charles Baskerville and a cunning and eccentric detective. Sherlock Holmes is thought of as a highly mannered but stubborn man whom is willing to get to the bottom of any case. “Watson examines a mysterious cane left in the office by an unknown visitor, and Holmes sits with his facing his friend....   [tags: English Literature:]

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The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle

- Arthur Conan Doyle - The Hound of The Baskervilles The Hound of the Baskervilles - GCSE Coursework Essay In this essay I aim to look at how the settings in Arthur Conan Doyle's novel The Hound of The Baskervilles affect the atmosphere of the book. I will discuss a number of areas of the novel among these how the main settings of the novel compare and contrast with each other, The history, description and pre-knowledge of the main settings, The characters reactions to their surroundings and whether this give us any clues to the mystery and the minor settings that contribute to the atmosphere....   [tags: English Literature]

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Othello by Shakespeare

- Many centuries have passed and almost everything has changed except one and that is discrimination . Discrimination is everywhere in the world, whether it is of caste, creed or color but it exists. It varies from place to place, country to country and from civilization to civilization but it exists. There are so many laws to stop it. But, it exists and it will exist no matter how hard we try to abolish it until there are a majority and a minority of people in imp this world. In Othello there is discrimination with Othello on the basis of his color and in The Importance of Being Earnest there is discrimination of class with Jack....   [tags: Discrimination, Literary Analysis]

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Othello, By William Shakespeare

- In William Shakespeare’s Othello, identity seems to be the biggest concept in which Othello faces. Being the outsider in his world gives him a disadvantage amongst his peers. Othello being a moor is thought very low of in the eyes of Iago who despises him and ultimately sets out to destroy him, by tricking him into thinking his new wife is being unfaithful. However, for Othello the way he views himself is not as clear, being a moor married to a white Venetian beauty, with a father in law who despises the notion of them being together....   [tags: Othello, Iago, William Shakespeare, Desdemona]

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The Use Setting to Help Create Mystery in The Hound of the Baskervilles

- How does Doyle use setting to help create mystery in The Hound of the Baskervilles. Arthur Conan Doyle was born in Edinburgh on 22 May 1859. He died in 1893. His first book he published was when he was still a student. In 1885 he married Louise Hawkins. Sherlock Holmes made his first appearance in a short novel called "A Study in Scarlet" which was printed in 1887. He continues to write thrilling stories until he realised he wanted to be known not just for Sherlock Holmes but wanted to get involved in other projects....   [tags: English Literature]

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Sherlock Holmes' The Hound of the Baskervilles

- Sherlock Holmes' The Hound of the Baskervilles Introduction Sherlock Holmes story, 'The Hound of the Baskervilles' was popular when published and still remains so today for a variety of reasons. Back in the Victorian period crimes stories were very well-liked by the general public. A police force had just been formed and many people didn't yet know how it worked. Crime was on the rise and it wasn't safe to walk alone on the streets at night. People were fearful of the streets but were also intrigued by the changes that were occurring before them....   [tags: Holmes Sherlock Hound Baskervilles Essays]

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Race, Religion, and the Significance of Stereotypes in Othello

- According to author Chinua Achebe, “The whole idea of a stereotype is to simplify. Instead of going through the problem of all this great diversity…you just have one large statement; it is this.” These broad simplifications have been found throughout history and often reflect the attitudes of an entire society at a specific time period. In particular, one can discover much about the prevailing attitudes of a society through its literature. Shakespeare, specifically, has written multiple works that incorporate generalizations of his era....   [tags: Shakespeare]

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The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett

- The Secret Garden The Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Burnett, was first published in 1910, tells a unique story about a 10 year old little girl Mary Lennox. The story goes through the transformation of main character Mary, Colin and the locked secret garden. Burnett uses many symbols during the process of these transformations. The power of nature is also presented as a magic in the story. The novel uses symbols to present different motifs like parallel lives of Mary and Colin, magic and secret....   [tags: Character Analysis, Symbolism]

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Racism in Othello by William Shakespeare

- Have you ever thought about how much Othello’s race and the racism around him affected his life. Othello struggled a lot during the play because of his dark skin color. He was called several racist names like “the Moor,” “old black ram,” “Barbary horse,” and “thick lips” (Shakespeare 1.1.40; 1.1.88; 1.1.111; 1.1.66).The term “racism” has been around for several years; it started in the twentieth century (Bartels 433). By the way the Elizabethan era viewed black people was similar to how racism is today with all of the racial comments, and stereotypes....   [tags: skin color, desdemona, race, ]

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Othello, By William Shakespeare

- Shakespeare 's plays hold cultural significance throughout the world. The social stratification of his plays make them important to be performed because there is a certain prestige about his works but I feel that one play that should not be performed is Othello. Black actors especially should not play Othello because it only reinforces negative stereotypes by having them become actualized over the course of the play. The play is very problematic. Hugh Quarshie, a British actor who has played Othello, spoke about why he has abstained from playing Othello which is because of its underlying racist suggestion of the notion that "black people behave as they do because of their ethnicity," (1:15...   [tags: Black people, Race, White people, Miscegenation]

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Iago, By William Shakespeare

- Everyone loves a good plot twist, and Othello has a fairly huge plot twist. “Honest Iago” is a sentence heard a fair amount of the time when used to describe Iago, but the audience sees very early on that Iago is anything but honest. Iago is seen as one of the most hated villains ever as he was extremely devise and no one ever really understands why as his motives are never quite clear. “Iago stands supreme among Shakespeare 's evil characters because the greatest intensity and subtlety of imagination have gone to his making, and because he illustrates in the most perfect combination the two facts concerning evil which seem to have impressed Shakespeare most.” ("Iago Character Introduction."...   [tags: Othello, Iago, Villain, Michael Cassio]

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Othello, By William Shakespeare

- Othello 's race does not greatly influence his downfall in the play. He maintains that while Shakespeare touches upon the issue of race, the cause of Othello 's demise lies elsewhere. However, the implications of race in the play directly lead to its tragic ending; it is this issue that impels the characters to set the tragedy in motion. Brabantio would agree to the union of Othello and Desdemona if it were not for Othello 's blackness. Roderigo could never be motivated to pursue Desdemona were it not for his belief that their relationship is unnatural....   [tags: Othello, Racism, Iago, Desdemona]

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Othello's Tragic Flaws

- Shakespeare has been known to create terrific tales of love and tragedy. Even James Van Der Beek, a well known actor from Dawson's Creek, once commented that, “like all great romantics, Shakespeare realized love was a lot more likely to end with a bunch of dead Danish people than with a kiss”("Americans on the Bard"). This emphasizes how easily people can relate Shakespeare to tragic love. Although he did write many poems and plays with happy endings, his tragedies stand out the most. In these tragedies, people are often led through use of misconception, trickery, or both....   [tags: Othello Essays]

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Hounds Of The Baskerville

- The Hound of the Baskervilles Sir Aurthur Conan Doyle One night Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson came back to there office and found a walking cane. After finding this walking cane Holmes and Watson examined and made hypothesis of who could have left this walking canes here. After making a conclusion Dr. Mortimer came in the office with a case of homicide on Sir Charles Baskerville who had died that week. Dr. Mortimer explains what had happened to his friend. Dr. Mortimer thought that even though it was a clean death he thinks there is some foul play....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Hound of the Baskervilles Plot Summary

- The story begins on Baker Street where Sherlock Holmes and Watson are trying to figure out who left a walking stick at Holmes's residence and as they figure out whose it is, its owner arrives. The cane belongs to Dr. Mortimier, who has rumours of a new mystery for famous Sherlock to solve. The mystery involves what seems to be a supernatural hound that is the cause of the deaths of a line of related Baskerville men. The stories began a few generations before Sherlock Holmes?s era. Hugo Baskerville was killed while riding out upon the moor....   [tags: essays research papers]

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A Comparison of Orlando and Othello

- Orlando and Othello In her novel Orlando: A Biography, Virginia Woolf draws upon Shakespeare's Othello to both enhance the images within her novel through allusion and further Orlando's character development using juxtaposition. Spanning about 400 years, various historical eras, and gender ambiguity in the characters, Orlando is certainly not a traditional novel. Thus, it follows that its use of historical information and literature breaks from convention as well. This is true for Woolf's use of Shakespeare's Othello....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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The Lost Identitiy of Othello

- The Lost Identitiy of Othello   Othello's identity in the Venetian society is his role as "the Moor". Few people use his real name when talking about him. When speaking the given quote, Othello is telling the Venetians how he won Desdemona's heart by telling her the story of his life, and he now retells it to the Venetians. This tale-telling is a way of employing the linguistic system to reshape for himself a new identity with more positive connotations than "the Moor" can offer. "The Moor" is an expression the Venetians connect to other expressions in the linguistic system which all have a negative value....   [tags: GCSE Coursework Shakespeare Othello]

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Othello and Desdemona's Love In Act 1 Scene 3

- Othello and Desdemona's Love In Act 1 Scene 3 The scene begins with the Duke and senators sitting around a table in the dukes chamber, the conversation is based around what is going on in Cyprus the conversation is between the Duke a Sailor, An Officer, a messenger and senator's. Lots of different people express their different thoughts but in the end the main message is that soon Cyprus will be under attack by the Turks. Just as the conversation is getting intense one of the Senators says First Senator: "Here comes Brabantio and the valiant Moor"....   [tags: Papers]

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Analysis Of The Story ' Thrushcross Grange ' And ' Wuthering Heights '

- The story begins from the point of view of an outsider, who temporarily resides in Yorkshire Moor, Northern England in 1801. The actual event concerns itself with two families who live in Thrushcross Grange and Wuthering Heights, each four miles apart, in 1778. Thrushcross Grange is two miles within Thrushcross Park. Gimmerton is the nearest town that provides residence for minor characters. Penistone Crags is a desolate, but beautiful rocky landscape that is a mile and a half away from the Heights that becomes a symbol of freedom, youth, and carefreeness; this is especially true for Catherine Linton....   [tags: Wuthering Heights, Catherine Earnshaw]

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The Role of Humans and Climate on Landscape Evolution on Dartmoor

- 30-60 million years ago Dartmoor would have been covered by a dense sub-tropical forest where now it has gentle lowlands and high moorlands which attract millions of visitors every year to this National Park (Dartmoor National Park Authority, 2004). Over the past century advances in science and geology mean we are able to conclude the previous environment of Dartmoor and view the dramatic ways in which the climate has changed. The word, ‘climate’ describes long term weather patterns, Meteorologists determine ‘climate’ by taking weather measurements over a period of 25 years and calculating the averages (Dartmoor National Park Authority, 2005)....   [tags: Geology, Volcanic Activities]

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Presentation Of ' The Great Gatsby ' And ' Othello '

- Imaginative Response Interview face towards camera: This is an interview conducted for students of English Literature class one, I will be asking Mr F. Scott Fitzgerald and William Shakespeare some questions, regarding their work on The Great Gatsby and ‘Othello’. The interview will include all of the questions that students from English literature class one have raised. As we all know Mr F. Scott Fitzgerald and William Shakespeare are from very different times, we will be looking deeper in to some of the characters and themes....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Othello]

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Comparing and Contrasting the Chiaroscuros Between Othello and Iago

- In a work of typical literature, the blackness of something represents its darkness and how evil it is, and the whiteness represents the purity and goodness of something. William Shakespeare plays with the status quo of literature in his play Othello by giving Iago, a white man who should represent purity, an evil, black heart and by giving Othello, a black man, a noble, white heart when he should represent evil. Shakespeare “founds his play on the rupture between outward signifiers and inward signifiers, between the Moor’s evil-seeming black face and his ‘perfect soul’, between his ancient’s honest-seeming white exterior and the ulcerous evil that breeds around his heart” (Calderwood 59)....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature ]

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Analysis Of ' Iago 's ' Othello '

- 90) and “(For I fear Cassio with my night-cape too)” (2.1.301). According to Jonathan Lear, Iago exemplifies “a hatred that cannot be rationalized, an evil not based on reason” (Schapiro 483). Knowing he cannot support his claims, Iago still insists on revenge against the Moor, using Cassio to wreak said revenge; however, it is not because of a supposed infidelity with his wife that seeks revenge. His sole purpose is to get vengeance on not receiving a position he believes he earned, he would care nothing about Emilia having an affair....   [tags: Roman Republic, Julius Caesar, Julius Caesar]

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Racism and Cultural Differences Exposed in Othello

- Othello, from the onset, is shown to us a play of love and jealousy. There is however more to this play than just love and jealousy; there is underlying racism, hate, deception, pride, and even sexism between these pages. Othello is a transcendent play, one that will survive the perils of time simply because it is still relevant. Even today, over 400 years later, there are still issues of racism and sexism. Hate is as natural as love in humans and Othello gets right to the root of that. We witness this from the very first scene, “…you’ll have your daughter covered with a Barbary horse/ you’ll have your nephews neigh to you” (I.i.112-14); to the very last, “Moor she was chaste....   [tags: Othello Essays]

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Tragic Hero in Othello by William Shakespeare

- One might think of a tragedy being a terrible and destructible event in one’s life that causes great pain and may contain great loss. One particular play written by William Shakespeare – one of the most well known poets in history, happens to be a tragedy-filled story. Othello, the Moor of Venice, set during the captivating renaissance era portrays a character named Othello who reveals characteristics of a tragic hero. The brilliant philosopher Aristotle from the fourth century B.C. developed his own definition and idea of what a tragic hero is....   [tags: Aristotle, Tragedy, Downfall]

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Shakespeare 's Othello - Iago 's Image

- “Iago’s Image” In William Shakespeare’s “Othello, the Moor of Venice”, we observe several different characters to include the Moor himself; however, Othello’s trusted and loyal ensign Iago continually surfaces as somewhat of the play’s director that holds a generalized hate with the world (Web.b.ebscohost.com.bethelu.idm.oclc.org, 2015). Consequently, Iago uses his very strategic skills to manipulate and control people’s emotion for his personal gain. Iago, also known as “honest Iago”, is initially presented as being direct and truthful, when in fact his actions are not consistent with his reputation (Bevington, 2014)....   [tags: Othello, Iago, Michael Cassio, Brabantio]

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The Protagonist in Willima Shakespeare´s Othello

- The central character, or protagonist, in William Shakespeare’s tragedy Othello, The Moor of Venice is Othello. Aristotle defined the concept of a tragic hero as the destruction of a noble person, usually with a personal flaw, and this flaw determines their fate. Othello is a tragic hero with a tragic flaw in one of Shakespeare’s most known tragedies. Shakespeare so prominently exhibits the tragic flaw Othello obtains, allowing implications and thoughts, to overrun reality and show how just the insecurity one possesses can allow a person to become powerless....   [tags: tragic, hero, flaw, fate, mistrust]

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Who's Responsible for Desdemona's Death?

- Is Othello responsible for Desdemona’s death. Or is it Iago who planned to get revenge against the Moor. There are many people in the play who are responsible for Desdemona’s death. However, one of the individuals in the play unwittingly helps contribute to her death by being naive. Emilia who is Desdemona’s loyal friend fails to convince Othello that Desdemona is faithful. She is unwittingly responsible for her friend’s death because, she never mentions the handkerchief until Desdemona has been killed....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature ]

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The Role of Jealousy in Shakespeare's Othello

- The Role of Jealousy in Shakespeare's Othello In the play, Othello, written by William Shakespeare, there is the classic good against evil conflict. Evil, in this case, was represented by jealousy in every bad situation. The antagonist, Iago, was jealous of Othello's power as a general, and of Othello's relationship with the fair Desdemona. Othello is a powerful general, a Moor, who married Desdemona, the daughter of Barbantio, who was a senator. Jealousy begins the book when every body comes to realize that Othello and Desdemona have eloped....   [tags: Othello Shakespeare William Essays]

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Othello's Tragic Flaw

- Othello, a Moor, comes to Venice after several years of serving in the military. Being a Moor makes it difficult to be taken seriously. I tis like segregation in the 1960’s, white’s had luxury while colored had almost nothing. In order for Othello to gain some respect, he had to gain authoritative power, which he did by becoming a military general. In the military Othello meets Cassio and Iago, he chooses Cassio as his lieutenant which upsets Iago. The promotion of Cassio begins to show jealousy in the play....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature ]

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Iago's Soliloquy Analysis

- Soliloquies play a vital role in William Shakespeare’s works. One of the most important examples of soliloquy use by a character was provided by Iago throughout the play, Othello. A soliloquy is side speech given by a character that is directed to the audience; it most often used to reveal emotions or thoughts of a character in a play. Iago’s use of soliloquies are very unique and stand out from any other character. They constantly change the audience's opinion of him. Each of Iago’s eleven soliloquies reveals his true evil or gains him pity from the audience....   [tags: William Shakespeare]

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Racism in Othello

- Racism is just one of the many problems that we have here in the United States today. Racism isn’t as bad as it used to be but it’s still here. In Othello, written by the one and only William Shakespeare, racism is the main theme and focus. England became involved in the slave trade during the late sixteenth and seventeenth centuries (Slights 377). Racism started in the twentieth century after this was written but the way the Elizabethan era viewed black people was similar to how racism is today (Bartels 433)....   [tags: Othello Essays]

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Shakespeare's Definition of Dissimilarity

- It seems to be a perennial feature of human society that individuals judge each other by using the language of similarity and difference. Some of these judgments are reasoned, taking into account the actual qualities of the individual being assessed. Too many of these judgments are superficial, presuming from the existence of one readily observable characteristic a whole host of unrelated characteristics. Assessment and prejudice should be very different activities, but too often human beings combine the two, muddling their understanding of other individuals and the world....   [tags: Race, Other, Culture]

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The Tragedy of Othello

- William Shakespeare masterfully crafted Othello, the Moor of Venice as an Aristotelian tragedy play. The main protagonist of the play, Othello, is the perfect example of a tragic hero. Shakespeare was influenced by Aristotle’s concept of a tragic hero and used Aristotle’s principles to create Othello. William Shakespeare attempted to create an Aristotelian tragedy play with a tragic hero and succeeded in Othello, the Moor of Venice by weaving in pity and fear into each line and action. The power of pity and fear creates the upmost tragic situation and follows in accordance of Aristotle’s definition of tragedy....   [tags: Othello Essays]

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The Ethics of Cyborgs

- The great philosopher Aristotle believed that humans had a fixed nature and should not be tampered with, although the 19th century philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre believed “existence precedes essence” which humans have their own freedom to choose to do what they wish. These two philosophical theories clash against one another about whether humans should alter our natural human nature and the issue of cyborgs. According to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary a cyborgs is defined as “a person whose body contains mechanical or electrical devices and whose abilities are greater than the abilities or normal humans....   [tags: superhuman abilities with mechanical elements]

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Othello, By William Shakespeare

- Shakespeare 's play “Othello” Is a tragic comedy written in 1603; The play deals with many universal problems that were prominent in that time period. The reason Shakespeare has remained so popular in today 's culture is the fact that each of his plays includes natural occurring problems and challenges humans have faced throughout history. In Othello the universal and timeless problem that appears in the play is jealousy. Since humans first felt love jealousy has been right there causing havoc and stirring up trouble....   [tags: Othello, Jealousy, Iago, Michael Cassio]

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William Shakespeare's Othello

- In Aristotle’s poetics, he describes in detail what constitutes a traditional tragic hero. Aristotle said that the tragic hero must be of high status and admired by the community. In addition the tragic hero must be “essentially good”, meaning that they must not have intentionally caused evil or the catastrophic deed. But although the tragic hero did not purposefully cause harm that doesn’t mean it wasn’t their fault. Aristotle said the tragic hero but have a tragic flaw that is to blame. The character Othello is considered as the tragic hero in Shakespeare play....   [tags: play analysis]

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Othello: the Noble Savage

- Othello: The Noble Savage There are many opposing views to the way that Othello is defined within Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Othello. Some suggest that Othello is a savage "Moor," and at no point is he the noble "Venetian" he attempts to portray himself as. Others suggest that Othello is the noble "Venetian" he portrays himself as, and his ultimate demise stems directly from Iago being a savage. Yet some agree that Othello is both the noble "Venetian" and the savage "Moor," unable to fully interpolate himself into the "Venetian" paradigm, but becoming, rather, a "noble savage." When the play begins, Othello is introduced as a military leader and a Christian, both characteristics of a...   [tags: European Literature]

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How Does Shakespeare Present the Character of Iago in Act I, and Prepare the Audience for His Part in Othello’s Downfall?

- ‘Othello’, also known as ‘The Tragedy of Othello, The Moor of Venice’ is a play written by William Shakespeare, somewhere between 1601 and 1604. It is a tragedy set in Venice and Cyprus, with a strong and respected soldier, Othello, playing the protagonist; although some critics argue that the play should have been named ‘Iago’ after the treacherous villain whose role is at least as important as the protagonist’s. The play is the heart-rending tale of a black Venetian soldier, who is excellent at his occupation, but would still collect negative sentiments towards him due to his colour, and African ancestry (which is constant throughout the play with terms like, ‘Moor’, and ‘Devil’ being used...   [tags: Shakespearean Literature]

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Analysis Of Emily Dickinson 's ' The Poem ' Broken Up Into Two '

- Grand thoughts and ideas usually require grand length and depth; a powerful message is best relayed through a powerful analysis. This literary formality is an understood truth among most writers and poets, and their knowledge of this principle helps readers to understand what messages and themes are being conveyed. Emily Dickinson challenges this norm by providing a short but poignant poem about something as meaningful as the concept of faith. The poem is broken up into two short stanzas, with the first acting as an analogy to the second....   [tags: Knowledge, Understanding, Emily Dickinson]

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The Great Gatsby And Othello By William Shakespeare And F. Scott Fitzgerald

- I believe that Jay Gatsby and Othello’s inability to face the truth lead to their tragic consequences, but in real life I believe it is not the case. The Great Gatsby and ‘Othello’ are both stories beautifully constructed by William Shakespeare and F. Scott Fitzgerald. I believe that the refusal to face the truth for Gatsby and Othello, was definitely an element used by the authors to construct them as tragic protagonists. Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby is an ambitious and hopeful character. He is the protagonist of the novel and he is pursuing an unrealistic dream, thinking that Daisy Buchanan was a nature of perfection that could not possibly be real....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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