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“Othello” one of the four great tragedies of Shakespeare is still performed though it was written in 1603 because of its varied themes of jealousy, racism, love and. Iago is an ill-willed protagonist who cunningly infuses the seed of jealousy into the very heart of the protagonist, Othello who lacks knack and his hamartia of credulity leads his domestic life to devastation. The lines
Oh, beware, my lord, of jealousy!
It is the green-eyed monster, which doth mock.
The meat it feeds on.
are aphoristic in nature of which Shakespeare was master. The theme of appearance and reality is working here. This is here; Iago injects Othello with the idea of jealously which governs the whole play. I am still excited to watch the play.
Posted on: 2013-06-17T10:59:45+0000 Likes: 0
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