Othello, the Moor of Venice

Othello, the Moor of Venice

Othello, the Moor of Venice is an awful play composed by William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare is the greatest author in the English language and the most popular dramatist in the world. Shakespeare wrote numerous well known plays and poems. A number of his plays have been thought about some of the finest operate in the English language, such as Hamlet, King Lear, Othello, and Macbeth (Wikipedia). His writing is so unique; he transformed the method of writing in English. Additionally, with a deep understanding of human nature, Shakespeare produced lots of terrific characters in his plays.

Individuals are amazed by these great characters, and this made Shakespeare the greatest author of all time. Othello, the Moor of Venice is one of the most popular plays of Shakespeare. Othello takes place in Venice and Cyprus. Othello was a black general. He secretly fell for Desdemona. Iago wanted to divide them so he informed Desdemona’s fatherly marry with Othello Desdemona privately wed Othello. Desdemona’s daddy was strongly opposed to their marriage. Nevertheless, obviously they were in love with each other so they lastly got married.

Iago was jealous of his companion Cassio since Othello relied on Cassio more than Iago and Othello gave Cassio a promo. Iago, in order to get rid of Cassio, tricked Othello by stating; Cassio and his spouse have adultery. Othello thought what Iago stated and started to doubt Cassio and his other half. In the end, Othello killed his wife, but Desdemona did not blame him. In the ends, Iago’s partner has actually told the whole fact. After Othello knew everything, regretted his action, and killed himself on the side of Desdemona. There are numerous themes in Othello, one important theme is race.

Race plays a really crucial function in the play. It has great impact on how individuals treat Othello. Othello is a black Moor. Although he is the general in the military, he is disrespected by many people even if of his race. Those people who distrust and disrespect black individuals never like or trust Othello. For example, Senator Brabantio, Desdemona’s daddy, does not want his daughter to wed Othello because Othello is black moor. Another example is one factor Iago hates Othello is that Othello is black however has more power than him. Othello’s race sets him apart from the society.

Race likewise makes Othello perceive himself as an outsider in the white society. Given that Othello is a black Moor in a white society, he needs to work harder than others to get what he wants and to get his track record. Moreover, race is likewise the most essential element that leads Othello to eliminate Desdemona. During the play, Othello lost confidence since his race. Then he began to question himself, and concern Desdemona, lastly he eliminated Desdemona. The theme in Othello I just discussed, race, does somehow associate with my individual life.

My personal life is similar and various from Othello’s. I am an immigrant from China. My identity makes me an outsider of the American society. Like Othello, as an outsider I require to work harder than others to accomplish my goal. For example, I work really tough to discover English, so I can communicate with others and get great grades in school. At the very same time, my life is likewise different from Othello’s because of the social setting. One thing I need to say is that I am luckier than Othello. I reside in a modern-day American society.

In this multi-cultural society, I do not have issues with racism, and I do get more opportunities than Othello. Right now, I am studying in this class, an unique class for an outsider whose mother tongue is not English. This is an example of an opportunity I got that makes my life much easier. Othello might never get this kind of opportunity in his society. In conclusion, my life does somehow relate to Othello’s. We are similar in being outsiders of our own society; but different because I get more respect from others and get more chance from the society, but Othello doesn’t.

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