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Rewrite episodes from 'Othello' which to you reflect crucial points of the story. Ensure that the final episode written is a happy ending.

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Introduction

Othello. In the 18th Century it was popular to rewrite certain of Shakespeare's tragedies in order to give them a happy ending. Rewrite episodes from 'Othello' which to you reflect crucial points of the story. Ensure that the final episode written is a happy ending. It was a drably, dreary drooping night, the City was blackened by darkness as the brightest star in the sky could bairly be seen, the blanket like clouds suffocated the moon and all the bright twinkling stars in the sky only letting light seep through the clouds seems on the rare occasion. As the ever blackening night grew on, the City grew silent one by one the inhabitance drifted of to sleep, it was as if the dark menacing night was putting a curse over all the walking inhabitants, making them dead to the world, but in the darkness of the night's sky two lonely figures walked side by side whispering in a devilish tone, trying to make there voices go unheard and unnoticed, but who are these two figures? What are they doing? Why are they up so late? And where are they going? "Look up ahead it's where were heading", the younger looking man told. "Good we will do the deed and you will have what you want", replied the older man. ...read more.

Middle

"Then we shall join you, we will catch you up, go on ahead I have to talk to my one true love for a moment', Iago replied. "Okay friend see you soon". Othello and Desdemona continue on down the street heading towards the dock to watch the ships dock. "Now wife, I have to catch them up but YOU go back I will tell them you are not feeling so good and you returned as you did not want to spoil the mood, OK'. "Yes my LORD". She pronounced. And walked back down the alleyway, but as Iago continued down the path Emilia with her courage quietly followed after him wondering what he is upto. Iago believing he is alone starts to mumble to himself "Oh fool Othello why did you not promote me, you say I am honest if you where not such a blind man you would see what I really am, I will have my revenge and in doing so Cassio will fall with you under my hand and you all will wish I was the one who was promoted", he continues along the path some more and starts again" I have a plan, I will take Desdemona' handkerchief when I get to the Docks, then I will slip it into Cassio's possession, from here I will make Othello believe Desdemona and Cassio are ...read more.

Conclusion

And out from the mist of a back alley walked a figure clothes torn, slashed and shredded, but alive, it was Cassio his sword gleaming with blood he replied "I am alive good sir but Honest Iago has come to his end, I am sorry sire if this was not your wish", he replied in a strong deep voice. "My friend you have only done what I was going to do, you have saved me a job", he tells smiling "But we will give him a proper Burial as he still was a damn good soldier, even though in the end he betrayed us all", he said in a sad voice. "My lord", Emilia pronounced "My husband was a good soldier but he betrayed me, you, your wife and many others I am not glad f his death but I am glad he will not be able to do this again", she told in a dreary sad voice. "Then we shall set him of to sea and let the waves of justice see fit to what must be done, we leave this place for now and now all is well and true we will be happy once again", Othello pronounced. All one by one turned there back on Iago and slowly, but not all sadly walked back to where they had come. ...read more.

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