Othello Essay by The Research Group

This paper analyzes Act IV And Act V of Shakespeare's tragedy "Othello."
# 73758 | 1,125 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Shakespeare (Othello) , Literature (General)

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The paper offers an analysis of Act IV And Act V of Shakespeare's tragedy "Othello" that focuses on the evil treachery of Iago and the gullibility and pride of Othello, as causes of the tragic ending.

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"In Acts IV and V of Shakespeare's "Othello" we see a steady and quick destruction of Othello. In Act IV Iago works his evil on Othello, driving him to jealous rage through a series of ploys. In Act V we see Othello like the base Indian throw a pearl away. Richer than all his tribe when he kills Desdemona, Shakespeare Act IV and Act V bring to light two main themes of the play."

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