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Othello at the beginning of the play is shown as an intelligent brave and courageous Moor who won the heart of Desdemona As the play unfolds his true characteristics is revealed His character even being manipulated shows its weakness and flaws of his inherent character His jealous nature his vulnerability to being easily manipulated and his trust too quickly personality through to the end of the book where his uncontrollable anger overpowers his senses till he commits a crime Throughout the play you come to respect him love him hate him and empathise with him Othello is an incredibly noble and valiant solider who rose through the ranks and became incredibly powerful with a voice among the highest of ranks His story of heroism is told at early stages of the play where Othello is trying to defend himself in front of the court of nobles He talks about Of hair breath escapes ithimminet deadly breach where he talks about his life story Here he is explaining how he survived among battles and how he alone stood some grueling tests How he alone won the heart of Desdemona who fell for his courage Within this scene the duke of Venice talks about Othello describing his valorous nature Valiant Othello we must straight employ you against the general enemy Ottoman The word valiant describes what other people think about Othello and considering is was the Duke of Venice whom spoke these esteemed words it was a great honour to have them spoken to you Also the tone of his voice we must also describes the urgency of this mission showing how without a doubt Othello is the only man for the job It describes how Othello even though he is black he has the respect of a noble white in the court Othello also says I will be found most cunning in my patience These words were spoken to Iago as they were both plotting to
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