Role[ edit ] Othello is a Moorish prince living in Veniceas an ambassador of the Moors. After time in Venice, Othello is appointed general in the Venetian Army. His officer Iago tricks him into believing that his wife Desdemona is having an affair with his Lieutenant, Michael Cassio.
Table of Contents Othello Beginning with the opening lines of the play, Othello remains at a distance from much of the action that concerns and affects him.
Although Othello appears at the beginning of the second scene, we do not hear his name until well into Act I, scene iii I. Although Othello is a cultural and racial outsider in Venice, his skill as a soldier and leader is nevertheless valuable and necessary to the state, and he is an integral part of Venetian civic society.
Those who consider Othello their social and civic peer, such as Desdemona and Brabanzio, nevertheless seem drawn to him because of his exotic qualities. Othello admits as much when he tells the duke about his friendship with Brabanzio.
Othello sometimes makes a point of presenting himself as an outsider, whether because he recognizes his exotic appeal or because he is self-conscious of and defensive about his difference from other Venetians. In the final moments of the play, Othello regains his composure and, once again, seduces both his onstage and offstage audiences with his words.
The speech that precedes his suicide is a tale that could woo almost anyone.Hassan.
If Amir’s character arc is about growth, Hassan’s arc is about not changing at all. From the start and through his death, Hassan remains the same: loyal, forgiving, and good-natured. Narrative structure, a literary element, is generally described as the structural framework that underlies the order and manner in which a narrative is presented to a reader, listener, or viewer.
The narrative text structures are the plot and the setting. Othello and others in the play constantly refer to him as "honest Iago." He has risen through the ranks in the army by merit and achievement, and Othello, whose military judgment is excellent, has taken him as ancient (captain) because of his qualities.
In Iago, Shakespeare shows us a character who acts against his reputation. The character of Desdemona is inimitable both in itself, and as it appears in contrast with Othello's groundless jealousy, and with the foul conspiracy of which she is the innocent victim.
Her beauty and external graces are only indirectly glanced at.
Othello is a character in Shakespeare's Othello (c. –). The character's origin is traced to the tale "Un Capitano Moro" in Gli Hecatommithi by Giovanni Battista Giraldi Cinthio. There, he is simply referred to as the Moor.
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