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Othello and O tell the story of a great man who suffers terrible destruction as a result of external evil Othello is a tale that weaves an intricate pattern of lies and deceit beginning with the main character Othello being questioned by Brabanzio the father of his new wife Desdemona who Othello had just married in secret Brabanzio is not happy with this as not only is Othello a middle-aged man while Desdemona a young women but Othello is a Moor a black man and the thought of a white women marrying a black man was looked down upon despite that fact that Othello was a prized general and diplomat the pride of Venice Iago a man Othello trusts is secretly extremely jealous of Othellos happiness and plotting his downfall behind his back with the help of Roderigo who is very much in love with Desdemona but is only a source of money for Iago Iago manipulates everyone around Othello including his own friends and makes Othello believe Desdemona is betraying him by seeing Othellos friend Michael Cassio At Othellos orders Iago is told to make sure Cassio is dead and with the help of willing Roderigo who dies as well Cassio is killed Desdemona is confiding her unhappiness in her friend Emilia who is Iagos wife When Othello comes to Desdemonas bedroom he strangles her believing Iagos tales of lies out to destroy him Emilia comes to stop him and tells of what her husband has done which is silenced when Iago comes and murders her Othello realises what has happened and finally draws a knife and takes his own life The modern day version O takes place in a white prep boarding school One of very few black students Odin is the star basketball player He has the love of the most popular girl who also happens to be the daughter of the schools dean On the other side there is Hugo
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