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... order to get the person on the other side to admit they are at fault. Regardless of the situation, what was revealed to these characters did not create an outcome they expected. There are high expectations for each character at the beginning of each play, however, the reader starts to find that they are flawed, and that these flaws will eventually lead to their downfall. Othello, Oedipus, and Nora have lose something or someone in their lives because of their character flaws. Although they may have expected their lives to play out perfectly and to not be at fault, their stories do not end this way. Othello, Oedipus, and Nora, gained an education that resulted in them having to sacrifice what they cared about. In the end, these chacracter become haunted by their lies, and their lives start to reek of the stench lies create, driving them to act in different ways.
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