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This is main character in the play He is a Moorish General and head of the army of Venice He is a warrior honest and loves his new wife Desdemona very much His one flaw is that he trusts his ensign Iago too much and allows Iago to corrupt himIago cons him into believing his wife is cheating on him and he kills her for it When he realises she was not cheating he commits suicide in anguish He is Othellos ensign and the main villian in the play He hoped to be promoted to the position of lieutanent but Othello chose Cassio over him To get revenge he hatches a plot to convince Othello that Cassio and Desdemona Othellos wife are having an affair He is truly evil and cares only about himself She is the wife of Othello and the daughter to the Venetian senator Brabantio Against her fathers wishes she married Othello a man of a different race For that her father disowned her Due to Iagos deeds Othello ends up killing her She is deeply in love with Othello and her last words are in his support He is Othellos lieutanent and was chosen of the veteran soldier Iago for the position He is a young and handsome Florentine and a ladies man He ends up getting drunk and wounding Montano Governor of Cyprus This causes him to dismissed from his post He manages to avoid being killed in a plot by Iago Near the end he is appointed Governor of Cyprus Lees Analysis She is the wife of Iago and is loud and cynical-especially about men This is because of years of living with the sexist Iago Even though she does not hold her husband with high regards she does not suspect him of plotting out his elaborate schemes She dies at her husbands hand after disclosing the truth about Desdemonas fidelity A rich and gullible Venetian who is in
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