Friday, December 27, 2019
Chenjie Chai. Ms. Milliner. Cuny Ela Period 2. 1/19/2016.
Chenjie Chai Ms. Milliner CUNY ELA period 2 1/19/2016 Essay Shakespeare s famous play of love turned bad by unfounded jealousy. His Othello also tells a sad story. The story begins in Venice with Iago, a soldier under Othello s command arguing with a wealthy Venetian, Roderigo. Roderigo has paid Iago a considerable sum of money to spy on Othello for him, since he wishes to take Othello s girlfriend, Desdemona as his own. The story to this as the main line, there have been many tragic things. In the story, there are several characters is impressive, their demeanor and psychological activities, I have some impression from those character, those characters all hadÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦These include Moorish, Thick Lips, Old Black Ram and Barbary. Although Othello appeared at the beginning of Act Two, we did not hear his name. The second act, Othello will be the last of the three ships arrived in Cyprus; Othello will separate, and Cassio and Igoros should be in t he fourth act, they discuss Desdemody; and Othello will assume the card Theo died, and did not exist when the battle took place in the fifth act. Othello s status as an outsider could be the reason he is so easy to prey for Igoros. While Othello is an outsider in the culture and race of Venice, his skills as a soldier and leader are of value to the country and necessary. Othello is part of Venice s civil society. He was in great demand by the Duke and the Senate, and Cassio s comments proved that the Senate issued three missions looking for Othello. The Venetian government trusted Othello enough to make his full military and political command of Cyprus; in fact, in his dying speech, Othello reminded the Venetians that he had done the service of their country. Those who think Othello their social and civic counterparts, such as Desdemona and Brabanzio, but seem to attract him because of his exotic. Othello admits when he told the Duke his friendship with Brabantio. He said - [Desdemo na s] father loves me, does not invite me, / still questions my life / stories every year. - Outro can also use his speech to attract his colleagues. Duke for Othello s speech, how he used his adventure