Essay: William Shakespeare’s Othello

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  • Published on: July 16, 2019
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William Shakespeare’s “Othello” was set in the late 1570’s in Venice, Italy. The play follows the destruction of Othello, a general of African descent who is essentially looked down upon by society due to his ethnicity. Throughout out the play, it becomes evident that he too, views himself as inferior to the venetian society. Othello’s self-doubts in his interracial marriage result in him being easily manipulated by Iago and his thirst to raise his position in the hierarchical social system, which leads to the destruction of his sanity and in return Othello’s honour. Shakespeare’s incorporation of dramatic techniques and literary devices, allows for the audience to feel as if they are part of play and in return understand the importance of every scene.

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