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- File Size: 270 KB
- Print Length: 116 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 150848046X
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00847TGNI
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- Average Customer Review: 49 customer reviews
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Othello Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Might have been easier if translated into modern day English.
One of the classic Shakespeare's.
I think the question of Iago's motives or lack thereof comes down to the issue of whether his actions can be justified by his reasons for the actions. In other words, in motives, we look for some egregious grievances for which any rational being would want to seek revenge or some reparation. But Iago does not provide us with an outrageous grievance to warrant his ceaseless machinations.
He is a low ranking officer, who does have a good record of loyalty and valour ( by his assessment), but is overlooked for promotion. Well, probably other low ranking officers had some hopes as well, and not every potential candidate gets selected. That is life in an army.
His thought that his wife was seduced by Othello he admits is just "a mere suspicion" that he decides to use as a justification for his "sport and profit".
He seems to be a born manipulator, who gets bored unless he stirs the pot and makes mischief. The more the daring and risk to himself, the more he derives pleasure. Overall an interesting read especially from an academic perspective.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love having this.
Will keep coming back to it in the years to come.
Help me to read on mobile phone for my gcse.
Othello made me to read Shakespeare
Brilliant. Shakespeare at his very best. Othello is a study of racism as well as jealousy. Iago is a villain of the highest nature.Published 9 months ago by Christopher Brown
Bought this book for school, but I despise the storyline. Maybe that's just because I'm a teen who doesn't like to read but it's pretty boring. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Hafiza Begum