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At The Beginning Of Act 3 Othello Is Entirely Confident Both In Himself And In The Love Between Himself And Desdemona. By The End Of The Scene He Has Sworn To Kill Her. Explain How And Why This Change Occurs. How Convincing Do You Find This Change.

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Introduction

At The Beginning Of Act 3 Othello Is Entirely Confident Both In Himself And In The Love Between Himself And Desdemona. By The End Of The Scene He Has Sworn To Kill Her. Explain How And Why This Change Occurs. How Convincing Do You Find This Change. In this essay I will be explaining Act 3 Scene 3 in detail to come to a conclusion in how Othello's attitude changes and the way he felt and showed it. In the beginning of the scene Othello's language had a lot of poetry and shows how confident he is showing it through the language he uses. He is also had no doubt in marrying Desdemona and their love between them seems very unbreakable. He is also positive about how things are going on in Cyprus, as he has been made general and feel real proud in leading the army. By then end of the scene Othello's language becomes more like Iago's and much hatred for Desdemona this shows lack of love in him and the faith within himself and toward Desdemona. He is also convinced that Desdemona should pay for what she has done and summons to killer her. Throughout the essay I will explain how the change is made in just one scene. Iago feel that he needs to get back at Othello had he wanted to be in Cassio's place. ...read more.

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On page 68 Line 180-190 assures that he still has all his faith in Desdemona and will not have any doubt in it till the question ahs been settled. Iago then goes on to explaining that he would never be so open with him but and tells him that he is over confident over Desdemona. On line 199 he says that he should look at his wife and Cassio get on with each other and they have also done such pranks such as sexual tricks. Iago in lines 208-210 says that she did deceive her father and married you and seemed to fear your looks and loved them the most. Othello agrees to this. On page 69 Iago tries to prove to Othello that there is something going on but on line 223 he says that 'He will not.' In lines 224-227 Iago says that there might be a dreadful result and that he is worthy of this friend Cassio. From lines 230-240 Iago mention that he is in no position the speak of her but he fears that she will recoil her better judgement to make it really effective Iago says that he will take his leave and listen to what Othello has got to say. In lines 244-255 he question him self into why he married her here you can see that Iago poison on him is starting to work. ...read more.

Conclusion

He also kneels down feeling low and it makes Iago feel really high above him as he does this after line 450. On pg 78 he mentions that he doesn't want Desdemona apart of his life and that he can do without her, on lines 476-479. After that Iago mentions that he is Othello's forever and tries to make him feel better by saying such things. AS of conclusion I think that the change that happened within just one act is really big because in the beginning of the play Othello seems to be really confident in his language and what he is but by the end of the act and scene he shows that he has lack of love and in many ways shows that he is really gullible. He is very innocent bet yet trusts people that he should look up on and make sure the people are right that he is with. He has shown that a few words that were very big lies can affect him a lot and that he is very soft hearted. On the other hand where Desdemona is very innocent yet Othello has too much hatred for her now that anything she says will not convince him and will not take her word over Iago's. Emilia is also innocent but doesn't know what kind of a man she is married to. By Minisha Patel 10L ...read more.

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