Bust of Aristotle The Power of War Othello is an incredible warrior. Iago had various reasons why he felt he deserved the promotion over Cassio but never voiced his concerns. The tragic flaw of gullibility leads his feelings to make bad judgments. Othello is weak in his gullibility, but it is lago's Satanic villainy and also chance that overwhelms his critical mind- that is, whatever critical mind, he is a little too less for Iago and the bad chances. An honest man he is and hates the slime that sticks on filthy deeds.
Othello is the general in the army of Venice and is in love with Desdemona. It comes partly from mere inattention for Othello did suspect Iago and did ask him for evidence ; partly from a misconstruction of the text which makes Othello appear jealous long before he really is so; 2 and partly from failure to realise certain essential facts. On this side he is the very opposite of Hamlet, with whom, however, he shares a great openness and trustfulness of nature. Othello and Desdemona The Hamartia of Foolish Trust Othello's imperfections bring his extraordinary attributes to nothing. Othello murders his innocent wife in a fit of jealousy and then takes his own life when he realizes his error. Othello is the protagonist of the play. .
Yet his intelligence … paired with arrogance and metaphorical blindness leads to his destruction when it drives him to search for the truth. Also, it has few distractions from the main plot, and concentrates on just a few themes, like jealousy. By doing this, Othello begins to doubt his point of view on what Desdamona is like and if she would really deceive Othello after all they have gone through in achieving acceptance in society as a married couple. From his actions throughout the play onesees that Iago was gifted at using other people, to further his own schemes. Shakespeare also gives the excitement to internal events by giving the character or characters feelings, such as being angry, sad, happy, and scared. He is a manipulator, opposing Othello not directly, butthrough other characters whom he tricks.
The first reason is that everyone, not just Othello, trusted Iago. He is largely respected and embraced, if with some initial reluctance on the part of Desdemona's father. Both his wife and the witches could bend him to do evil. Shakespeare makes the plots complex so that the play is more exciting and we are left feeling that the situations are needless but at the same time, inevitable. This character is so noble, Othello's feelings and actions follow so inevitably from it and from the forces brought to bear on it, and his sufferings are so heart-rending, that he stirs, I believe, in most readers a passion of mingled love and pity which they feel for no other hero in Shakespeare, and to which not even Mr. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.
Othello is of strong character. Othello is brought to this action because Iago places extreme jealousy within him. The main character must be noble, have a higher stature than most men, and have better qualities than secondary characters. The tragedy was that he allowed lies to undermine his faith in life - his entire world view. Davies discussed his version of Othello in a recent conversation with Masterpiece Theatre. An example of misconception can be shown by another of…. When Othello was told about an affair between Desdemona and Cassio, he started to become jealous.
Most people would have needed to be maligned more grievously than not getting a promotion to sever themselves from such a deep bond. This emphasizes how easily people can relate Shakespeare to tragic love. Davies is the screenwriting sensation behind a fascinating mix of theatrical and Masterpiece Theatre productions including Bridget Jones's Diary, The Tailor of Panama, Take a Girl Like You, Wives and Daughters, A Rather English Marriage, Emma, Moll Flanders, Pride and Prejudice, Circle of Friends, Middlemarch, House of Cards, and To Serve Them All My Days. These characteristics are not necessarily bad, but when shown in extreme levels can cause the downfall of a great leader. And the same self-control is strikingly shown where Othello endeavours to elicit some explanation of the fight between Cassio and Montano. Othello is a person who is innocent and base in nature.
As he plots his revenge, it is clear Iago respects and cares for no one. This is a clear example of his gullibility and that appearances can fool him. With one of the greatest being Othello. Emilia discovers that Iago uses the handkerchief to frame Cassio and destroy the relationship between Othello and Desdemona. I do not mean that Othello's race is a matter of no account.
Instead of attempting to fix the situation, Desdemona hopes this side of Othello will pass. This quote shows that Othello is now a tragic hero because at first he was so pre, everyone adored him and he was of noble birth, as opposed to now where he has lost all that he held dear including his wife, his status, his position, and the respect held by others of him. Upon my soul, a lie, a wicked lie. No doubt the thought of another man's possessing the woman he loves is intolerable to him; no doubt the sense of insult and the impulse of revenge are at times most violent; and these are the feelings of jealousy proper. It is that those characters have a tragic flaw; that influences the character to their downfall.