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What is the role of Act 3, scene 3 of Othello and how does it relate to the whole play

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Rakesh Sorathia Othello: Oral Coursework: What is the role of Act 3, scene 3 of Othello and how does it relate to the whole play Dramatic Devices: I am focussing on the Shakespeare's stagecraft Shakespeare gives his characters soliloquies because Shakespeare wishes to tell the audience what each individual character is thinking in their sick minds. ...read more.


The purpose of the soliloquies was for the audience to find out what fatal flaws are. The importance of the handkerchief in the play is immense because without the handkerchief in the play, Iago would not be able to manipulate Othello with twisted thoughts. ...read more.


In Othello, entrances and exits are very important in the plot because it reflects who comes and who goes in the play. Also it shows when a conversation is going to take place between certain characters. It also shows when a character is going to perform a soliloquy. ...read more.

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