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In the play Othello William Shakespeare uses revenge to prove jealousy is a moving emotion as well as ruins lives easily Throughout the play jealousy seeps through the minds of the character that then lures them into believing revenge is sweet Roderigo is a man who has an incredible infatuation for Desdemona Othellos wife to which he cant have so he seeks revenge on Othello Iago is an expert manipulator who becomes angered by Othellos choice of Cassio for lieutenant and therefore seeks revenge on Cassio Othello is a sweet caring army general whose life is turned upside down with counterfeit rumors about his wife and Cassio for which he seeks revenge on Desdemona Roderigo a friend who has this lust for Desdemona becomes jealous of Othello because he had the ability to win her love He then wishes to win her love by degrading Othello of his status He thinks that if he told Barbantio her father I think I can discover him if you please I i 178 of their marriage he then will win Desdemona as a consolation prize He then pays Iago to help him in any which way he can and Iago tries to get him to provoke him that he may IV ii 178 Cassio so that Othello will be mad at him Throughout the play everything turns against him and he ends up on his deathbed Iago manipulator and reason of this revengeful play gains this unfortunate jealousy of Cassio due to his winning of the lieutenant position He becomes angry with Othello as a result urges revenge to destroy his one thing that he loves most Desdemona After some time to abuse Othellos ears that he is too familiar with his wife I iii 389-390 is his plan to make Othello believe that Cassio is having this ridiculous affair with Desdemona by using simple gestures made by Cassio to Desdemona If such tricks
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