​Topic analysis of Shakespeare's Othello

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Topic analysis of Shakespeare's Othello

According to The Norton Shakespeare: Based on the Oxford Edition, "Othello is Iago's show, partly because he wittily speaks to – not just before – the audience. Iago is also extremely talkative, uttering two hundred more lines than Othello himself" (see page 2112). In fact, it is Iago's language that is most used in his manipulation of Othello.

Drawing on the introductory materials as well as the text, explain and find examples of Othello beginning to talk like Iago and explain their significance.

1. Pay particular attention to Act 3, Scene 3.

2. Be certain to craft an argument (900-1,200 words) that you will then prove with your writing, avoiding unnecessary summary.

3. Be certain to provide specific evidence from the play and the introductory material.

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Analysis of Shakespeare’s Othello
Introduction
The Othello play is considered one of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies and one of the
greatest dramas ever written for the stage. He wrote this story of love, betrayal, and jealousy in
his last days. The play also used a lot of symbolism and this is essentially what makes the lay
entirely interesting. Othello is one of the main characters in the play and his role has been used to
explain a number of issues that affect the members of the society.
Othello has undeniably great oratory skills and adventurer’s nature is also brought out
clearly in the play (Marsden 10). Characters in this play have been given different roles and their
character demands that they have distinct character traits as well. This is the case with Othello.
Different characters have been given particular character traits and this helps in identifying the
roles that they play in the play. This takes a different turn when Othello begins to talk like Iago
in the third scene of the play.
Examples where Othello begins to talk like Iago
The fact that Othello begins to speak and to act like Iago in the t...

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