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 man vs man conflict, and that shows how Jealousy and Honor. The general argument of all characters ends up be trail and a shit load of jealousy and that shows that close friends can end up stabbing each other in the back and showing how selfish one can be. Honor and jealousy are truly being shown through the story of Othello while the same emotions and ideas are running in Shakespeare’s life.
At the moment of rejoice and happiness Othello comes in after war and shows great gratitude amongst his people. However he didn’t know what was going on amongst the ranked and the royalty.
With trust being a huge issue at the time, the city’s royalty broke into two. The sense able and the selfish. Through the first couple of acts it was hard to distinguish due to the temporary Utopia. At the moment of true betrayal was when Desdemona cheats on Othello and the whole handkerchief scheme unravels and Othello goes on a rage. At one point Cassio asks Desdemona to help him get his job back after Othello fired him for fighting drunkenly the night before. Desdemona agrees to sweet talk Othello until he gives in and says he’ll take Cassio back. Later, Desdemona comes in and finds Othello upset. She tries to comfort him, but accidentally drops the special handkerchief that Othello gave her. At this point the whole identity of life itself fell apart and turned into a living hell. The trust fell apart
Othello Essay By Samantha Dharma In Shakespeare's "Othello", the role of women is deeply emphasized; the significant characters of the play Othello, Iago, and Casio, each have a lady that stands behind him. These women each have commitment to remain faithful and respect their husband's needs, especially Desdemona and Emilia. Desdemona is the victim of this play; Shakespeare portrays her as the ...