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A tragic hero is a noble character of high reputation who recognizes the consequences of his actions and suffer a reversal of fortune In this play Othello by William Shakespeare Othello is a highly respected noble character with a critical flaw that causes his hectic downfall Othello is a perfect example of a tragic hero He made poor choices had insecurities that are overwhelming and these ultimately result in death Othello makes many poor choices from life love and friendship He doesnt listen to anyone He only listens to Iagos lies Now art thou my lieutenant 35 545 Othello shows how he believes his lies by making the mistake to make Iago his new lieutenant Yet she must die before she cheats again with more people 52 6 Thinking Iago was his best friend he starts to think his wife is cheating on him Within these three days let me hear thee say that Cassios not alive 34 537-538 Not willing to listen to anyone elses side of the story he jumps to conclusion that Desdemona is cheating on him with Cassio Outraged he demands his new lieutenant Iago to kill Cassio Othellos poor decisions are a huge part of how he is a tragic hero Othello let his real insecurities come out as he believes all of Iagos lies Iago tells Othello made-up stories about his wife Othello lets his insecurities take the best of him and he does not believe his wife I think my wife be honest and I think she is not 33 439 While thinking things over he starts to be convinced that his wife is cheating He wants to believe Desdemona is being faithful but doubts her because of the stories Iago tells him As not jealous creatures are to put him to ill thinking 34 28-29 Knowing its everyones nature to become jealous he
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