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Othello The Moor Of Venice All problems in the play grow from a seed of passion This seed is planted deep within the characters it controls there every movement and action there every thought They are lost in there own lives so completely that they cannot see anything outside of their tiny boxes Even Iago supreme ringleader and puppet master is trapped by a web of his own weaving because he became to involved in his own schemes They all care about themselves and those immediately close to them an apparently fatal flaw Othello and his false accusations The play ends with the tragic death of Desdemona and Othello a result not of Iagos deceit but of Othellos blind jealousy he accuses and accuses until he turns blue in the face Yes he had some proof but I believe he really did love his wife and he should have confronted her Instead he became lost in his little green soul and murdered his beloved in a fit of rage a fit of passion Well illustrated in his quote Tis he O brave Iago honest and just that has such noble sense of thy friends wrong Thou teaches me Forth of my heart Desdemona those charms thine eyes are blotted Thy bed lust-stained shall with lusts blood be spotted Act V Scene I Line 34-36 40-41 Rodrigo and his apparent gullibility Near the end Rodrigo is murdered by his best friend Iago Iago who had lead him on for years Iago who had held Rodrigos purse as his own Iago whos will had been carried out by everyone but him simply because he was trusted That Iago Tush Never tell me I take it much unkindly That thou Iago who hast had my purse As if the strings were thine shoust know this Act I Scene I Line 1-3 Rodrigo did everything Iago wanted for as long as forever and on many
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