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PEOPLE I got an A for this essay in england thats the highest you can get but im only 15 so it may not be that amazing The play Othello written in the 17th century by William Shakespeare is a tragic play involving romance love murder and deceit Iago one of the main characters other than Othello is very conniving and egotistical He is very sly in his ways and he will do anything to be more powerful not caring about whom he hurts in the process He tells Othello lies about Desdemona and includes Cassio Roderigo and Emilia in his plotting Everything goes according to plan until Emilia says in front of everyone that she stole the handkerchief to give to Iago That is when Iagos control of events slip and the ensuing deaths reflect the tragic genre A trait of the tragedy genre is that the tragedy is foreseeable In Iagos soliloquies he lets the audience into his evil schemes to abuse Othellos ear that he is too familiar with his wife Ill have our Michael Cassio on the hipmake the Moor thank me love me and reward me for making him egregiously an ass and two things are to be done My wife must more for Cassio to her mistress Ill set her on Myself the while to draw the Moor apart and bring him jump when he may Cassio find soliciting with his wife In addition he says this is the night that either makes me or fordoes me quite These occasional soliloquies informing the audience have a dramatic effect as they can see the way Iagos plotting evolves without suspicion around the other characters When Iago says with as little web as this will I snare a great a fly as Cassio he uses imagery to make the audience envisage he is like a puppet master holding all the stings with Othello Cassio Roderigo Desdemona
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