Othello and Desdemona Love

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Othello and Desdemona are truly in love?

When two people are in love, there is almost nothing that can break it. A relationship between two people can be tested, but in the end, their love is forever. In the play Othello, Desdemona and Othello have a relationship that is indestructible, they have a genuine and honest love for each other throughout the entire play. Desdemona and Othello show their affection for each other regardless of racial and cultural differences. In the first half of the play, they believe and reassure others that their love is real and no one else’s opinion can affect this. In the second half of the play, Iago’s cunning acts start to test Othello’s feelings for Desdemona. Othello becomes enraged with jealousy, but Iago does not create it, but only influences it.
As a Senator's daughter in Venice Desdemona has a strictly life, she must be smart and act smart. But love does not care it makes you blind. So is Desdemona blind with her love.She defies her father for her love “But here’s my husband, And so much duty as my mother showed To you, preferring you before her father, So much I challenge that I may profess Due to the Moor my lord” (Act 1 Scene 3, Line 184-188). This tells everything about her love, she loves Othello now more as her father.

Some may think that Desdemona is just a very passionate young woman she does not know about love. But we see Othello the Moor the leader of Venetian army who can have every woman he likes. But he doesn’t want another woman because he is in love with Desdemona and he cannot stay without her, he wants her everywhere with him even to Cyprus, he wants to spent all his life with her and no look at other woman, so he believe and reassure others that she is his truly love.

As we know every love has the hostile called jealousy. But being jealous is also a proof of love, because if you are jealous in your partner that means you love her/him. His jealousy is derived from his sincere love for...
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