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During the semester fall 2010 I was enrolled in an English 203 online class We read most of William Shakespeares work along with other authors We were assigned to do a lot of essays in this online course One of which we had to chose one character from Williams Shakespeares stage play Othello and write about his or her tragic flaw Also how it affected other issues that surfaced and the concept of the story line The concept issues of the story Othello are the circumstantial situations of jealousy deception race power love and greed When dealing with a dramatic pay one question that is most likely to arise in one way or another is what the tragic flaw of a character is In the definition sense according to Webster a failing of character in the hero of a tragedy that brings about his downfall The issues that arises due to the flaws presented are death of the innocent betray of trust disloyalty and dishonesty uncertainty of love The famous plays that I am familiar with that Shakespeare has written have been tragedies His work was composed in the late 16th early 17th century meaning his time frame will be of the Elizabethan Era The call to write of the document is writing in school The issues Shakespeare address is about interracial love jealousy and authority There could be possibility that the same issues arises in the time frame and community so he composed a play to bring them to surface of all to understand and recognize The act of deception and result of death is the identification and the consequences of the issues Shakespeares purpose for writing the play Othello can be argued to entertain or to inform Due to all of the issues that are presented in the work I believe that it is to inform For example the way jealousy is acted upon in the
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