A Comparison of Shakespeare's Hamlet & Othello
A comparison of the behaviors and actions of the protagonists of both plays.
# 2052 | 1,465 words | 2 sources | 2001 |
Published on Feb 16, 2003 in Drama and Theater (English) , Literature (English) , Shakespeare (Hamlet) , Shakespeare (Othello) , Literature (General) , Drama and Theater (General)
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This essay compares and contrasts the behaviors and actions of Hamlet and Othello. In particular, the two characters' handling of love, grief and revenge are examined.
From the Paper:"Chance, coincidence, and circumstance influence the actions one takes when dealing with highly emotional situations. Everyone has their own way of dealing with these emotional situations, but the actions one chooses to carry out portray an image of the character they have become. In William Shakespeare's Hamlet, and Othello, Hamlet and Othello, respectively, are similar in ways of handling their emotional states, but are very unalike in some aspects also. Hamlet and Othello's handling of love, grief, and revenge can be compared and contrasted in their respective plays. The love of their women, the grief of their losses, and the revenge that consumed them, have different, yet similar approaches by Hamlet and Othello."
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