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Othello as Noble Character



Words: 1254 (6 pages)

Othello is a puzzling character, who in the first half of the play is alleged as a noble, wise leader, and whose style of dealing with Brabantio’s insults is an example for all men, yet who becomes in the second half a ruthless murderer. While it is difficult to argue that Othello is noble in…

The Characters of “Othello”



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Behind the face is a retained or damaged soul. William Shakespeare clearly shows the true identities of the characters of Othello during their times of greatness. The themes that are thoroughly portrayed throughout the story and the temper of certain characters end up in a killing spree. The advancement in ranking ends up in a…

In Act One, Scene One the character of Iago is swiftly established in a number of ways



Words: 1568 (7 pages)

In his early conversations Roderigo, Iago makes it clear to him that he only follows ‘The Moor’ (Othello) to suit his purposes; to the audience, it shows us that he is a selfish, scheming character. I think Shakespeare gives us a full picture of what sort of a character Iago is, so that we are…

A Critical Analysis of Desdemona, a Character in Othello

Character Analysis


Words: 1586 (7 pages)

An unfortunately common critique Desdemona’s character in Othello is that she presents a passive character, who is virtuous, yet lacks any real depth or resolve, and thus the tragedy is unfortunately hollow because of this problem. This critic is not well founded, as Desdemona, on the contrary, presents an image of a woman going against…

Representation of Female Characters in Iliad by Homer



Social Studies

Words: 982 (4 pages)

In Homer’s epic, The Iliad, women such as Helen and Chryseis are depicted as objects and possessions to be taken, traded, and enjoyed by males. Other females provide emotional support to male characters, such as Achilles mother, Thetis. Additionally, several female goddesses are depicted as powerful figures lending support or influence over males. Overall, the…

The Negative Consequences of Spreading Superstition Among the Jewish People




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Superstitions have unpleasant effects on the Jewish population regarding the Jewish religion. Jewish people such as Isaac Bashevis Singers father Pinchos Menachem Singer, a rabbi, believed more strongly in the superstitions that are filled into his head than what the Torah and Pentateuch teach him. One of the end results of the superstitious ways of…

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