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It is claimed that Act 3 Scene 3 of Othello is the most important and dramatic scene of the play. Examine the reasons for this claim and explain to what extent you agree with it, by considering its significance in terms of plot, character, theme and Drama
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It is claimed that Act 3 Scene 3 of Othello is the most important and dramatic scene of the play. Examine the reasons for this claim and explain to what extent you agree with it, by considering its significance in terms of plot, character, theme and Dramatic power.
In Othello (or Othello, the moor of Venice) it is said that act three scene three is the most dramatic in the whole of the play, even though others believe that the last scene is more dramatic due to the deaths of Emilia, Desdemona and Othello. In the next few paragraphs I will be debating whether it is true that act three scene three is most dramatic or not, as well as giving a brief synopsis of the play itself. The play Othello was written by William Shakespeare in the early 1600's and, like most Shakespearian plays, is set around a tragedy with a "tragic hero" in the centre of it, a tragic hero is the main character of the story and starts of noble and brave, but always dies in the end due to a fatal flaw he made during the story, which in the case of Othello was
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