Summary of Shakespears "Othello".
Othello The Moor Of Venice
All problems in the play grow from a seed of passion. This seed is planted deep within the characters, it controls there every movement and action, there every thought. They are lost in there own lives so completely that they cannot see anything outside of their tiny boxes. Even Iago, supreme ringleader and puppet master, is trapped by a web of his own weaving because he became to involved in his own schemes. They all care about themselves and those immediately close to them, an apparently fatal flaw.
Othello, and his false accusations. The play ends with the tr…
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