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Othello was confronted with many betrayals that lead him in killing his beautiful wife Desdemona When though Othello was a great warrior as well as a person of wisdom but even his strength or his wisdom could not stop him from felling into the hands of a villain The hands he fell into were Iagos Iago was a mastermind who would do anything to please himself Othello fell into a trap jealousy that cost him to lose his dignity his wife and his life The downfall of Othello was a great tragedy which no- one cant prevent Othello was a great warrior because he was wise but in some case beginning wise cannot help any one who falls in a trap of jealousy This always happen in real life even if we are not a jealous person Othello was not a jealous person but they made him into a jealous person Iago who was Othellos best man betrayed him to try get to his wife DesdemonaIago is a villain that will betray anyone or anything to get what he wants To make the long story short Iago is a backstabber He would tell things to Othello to brain wash him Iago who had this planned as many people do who sometimes get away with this kind of tragedy and have no remorseThe tragedy that happened to Othello made him lose his beloved wife all because of jealousy Many thing that were told to Othello made him jump to conclusion like many people do which would lead them to do actions that will end up in tragedy Roderigo was also a victim of Iago Iago had said to Othello that Roderigo had an affair with his wife but this was not true because Iago wanted to be with Desdemona These lies lead Othello to have Roderigo killed and to kill his on wifeAs we live life we hardly think about how these tragedies of jealousy do
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