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Handkerchief Significance in William Shakespeare's Othello

good man, whom he has treated unjustly. Desdemona has, of course, been persuaded by Iago to defend Cassio, as he knows that this w...

Shakespearean Conflict Analysis

of honor. Macbeth is one of Shakespeares darkest and most intriguing plays- a tragedy of ego, obsession, guilt and ambition. Ma...

Jealousy in Othello

tells Desdemonas father that he must act quickly else "youll have your daughter covered with a Barbary horse" (I.1.112-113). As p...

William Shakespeare's Othello and a Single Scene Analysis

a hundred times Wood me to steal it; but she so loves the token, For he conjured her she should ever keep it, That she reserves it...

Desdemona, Emilia, and Bianca

her innocence and lack of understanding in her words as she dies, words that do not even point to Othellos guilt as Emilia asks he...

Research on Shakespeare’s Othello

myth. It is a play that demonstrates a profound intelligence on the part of the author, and a play that illustrates how the autho...

Desdemona's Handkerchief in Othello by William Shakespeare

In five pages this report discusses the significance of the handkerchief in this tragedy by William Shakespeare. Three sources ar...

How Othello is Admired by Others in the First Act, Third Scene of Othello by William Shakespeare

an outsider, a theme which is emphasized in most critical analyses of the play, Othellos identity as the Moor in Venice was "not a...

Short Essay Responses to Questions About Othello by William Shakespeare

In seven pages this paper answers questions regarding characters Iago, Othello, and Desdemona featured in William Shakespeare's Ot...

'What is Man?' and William Shakespeare's King Lear

In four pages the question regarding the nature of man is examined within the context of William Shakespeare's King Lear....

Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare and its 2 Couples

In five pages Benedick and Beatrice and Claudio and Hero are contrasted and compared in this analysis of William Shakespeare's Muc...

Overview of Postmodern Views on William Shakespeare

In ten pages this paper examines postmodern philosopher Stanley Cavell's views on William Shakespeare's tragic plays Antony and Cl...

Othello's Disintegrating Spirit in William Shakespeare's Tragedy

In six pages this research paper on Othello by William Shakespeare focuses upon the protagonist's spiritual disintegration. Five ...

Othello and Desdemona in William Shakespeare's Othello

fall upon my life" (Shakespeare I iii). In this he is leaving it all up to his wife and her father, nobly demonstrating that he do...

Racism in Othello

seem that Desdemona is having an affair with Cassio, the man that Othello favored for promotion over Iago. Convinced that Desdemon...

Othello and Iago's Views of the World

discussing Othello, Roderigo blatantly refers to Othello in derogatory terms by calling him "the thick lips" which directly single...

Patriarchy and William Shakespeare's Othello

In five pages this paper examines how the social patriarchy victimizes Othello and his bride Desdemona in an analysis of Othello b...

Iago's Devices in Othello by William Shakespeare

also aware that Desdemona is not one of his soldiers, obliged to obey orders; she is her own person and if she chooses not to love...

Emilia's Importance to Othello by William Shakespeare

Iago as evil, but what is Iagos true motivation? It could in fact be that he is envious of Othello. Yet, he seems to be somewhat p...

William Shakespeare's 'Romantic Revisions'

tragic reality. It comes as no surprise to note that one of the most powerfully, if not the most powerfully, tragic individual ...

Othello by William Shakespeare and Desdemona's Role

very easy to do so because she has been a kind and loving daughter. In truth, he had hoped that she would have married someone lik...

Characters of Macbeth and Othello

man who feels isolated and alone in that he is different than those around him. He truly has no real friends and thus his wife ser...

Exercise in Dante's 'Inferno'

commit a sin where he would go to held under Dantes model, it seems that he might be found in Limbo. At the same time, the truth i...

Othello's Noble Change

with the civilized manner of a Venetian court, he is clearly out of his element. "If stirred to indignation, as "in Aleppo once"...

William Shakespeare's Tragedies and Patriarchal Structures

so heavily reliant on the patriarchal system. She is passive and obedient, indicating that she easily goes along with the society,...

Connection Between Othello by William Shakespeare and Poetics by Aristotle

of patriarchy and the political state (Shakespeare, 1994 and See Also Lambs Tales from Shakespeare - Othello, 2001). This essay ...

Classic Literary Poets, Searchers, Lovers, and Heroes

In six pages this paper examines these character genres and how they occasionally have coincided or overlapped throughout literary...

Shakespeare's Villains

In five pages this paper contrast hero weaknesses with the villains in William Shakespeare's The Tempest, Othello, Richard II, and...

Comparing Stage and Film Versions of Othello

the audience a close up of Othellos face and the audience is able to watch the doubt creep over Othellos face. Without saying anyt...

Tragic Hero Othello

confidant. Of course, the tragedy is, Iagos intent is to destroy Othello. Secondly, the tragic hero holds fast to his ideas and ...