Othello is not a play concerned with race, it is not because Othello and Desdemona are of different creed that the tragedy occurs. Through deception Iago makes his fellow characters believes he is a true and honest man.
Iago is so blinded by rage that in that statement he says that if Othello has lain with my wife, I will make him lose his wife. He knows he has the ability to control his life and influence those around him.
Besides Roderigo, no one is aware of Iago's strategy. A psychopath Iago undoubtedly fits the role of a psychopath because of his manipulative, emotionless and devious behavior throughout the entire play.
Venice, a respectful and honorable town is overshadowed by the war torn villages of Cyprus. Iago uses Roderigo as an apprentice and someone to do his "dirty" work.Greed and jealousy play a major role as a motive for his various schemes. Verbal twists and the characters most importantly stress the act of evil. Hamlet a play that tells the story of a young prince who's father recently died. Iago easily controls Rodrigo and he is very aware of his power over him. Iago is an evil and immoral being and posses an extreme feeling of revenge. Notably, the media parades psychopaths to be violent and erratic All the while he is manipulating and deceiving every single one of them. Confidentially Iago continues his plot successfully, making fools of others while being rewarded.
The evil contained within Othello is by no means magical or mythical yet is represented by the character Iago. For the first motive to be understood the reader must become knowledgeable of Othello's heritage and the setting of the play.
The character of Iago is complex, smart, cunning and clever. Othello is not simply a tragedy about a man whose fate decides that he should suffer a great downfall.
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