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At the start of Act III, Scene III, Othello declares his love for Desdemona, how does Shakespear make such a changing character dramatically possible.
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At the start of Act III, Scene III, Othello declares his love for Desdemona, 'Perdition catch my soul, but I do love thee; and when I love thee not, chaos is come again.' However by the end of this scene he vows to Iago, 'I'll tear her all to pieces!' How does Shakespeare make such a changing character dramatically possible?
Shakespeare's Othello, in my opinion is one of his most cleverly written plays. It is a tragedy, similar in a way to the likes of the famous Romeo and Juliet, as there is a definite romance in the play, which quickly turns sour, due to lack of trust and jealousy, or as some might think, the tragedy is all down to manipulation and deceit, which both hold huge roles in the script. The play deals with many controversial issues which makes it unique and the way in which it was written, shows us how ahead of his time Shakespeare actually was.
Othello is a black man in the play, of extremely high authority; he is a proud army general who is looked upon with respect by the state and many leading Dukes. He first comes across
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