Othello Response

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janskii – Othello Response.
Mr. jannski

Othello Response After reading “Othello” by William Shakespeare i found it to be a very intriguing story that contained great details and imagery. This tale also includes a fascinating plot line. I can relate to the text in this story very well. The character Rodrigo is very much alike me because i have been in the situation alike where, i had feelings for someone who had absolutely no mutual interests back to me and the person i had interests for had feelings for someone else. I can fully relate to the jealousy that Rodrigo continues to experience. This does not conflict with which i see the world. I see the world as, you cant fix something without resorting to violence. In the story, theres violent themes such as hatred and a great example of this would be when Iago says that he hates Othello. “I hate the Moor, And it is thought abroad that ‘twixt my sheets ‘has done my office.” He says that he hates Othello because rumors point to Othello sleeping with Iago’s wife. In the text, Iago tries to provoke Brabantio by telling him his daughter is seeing Othello, whitch triggers very vulgar language. This can be explained when Iago proclaims, “Even now, now, very now, an old Welhaf 1

black ram is tupping your white ewe”. Thats my opinion on this tale of different emotions, which contained many themes and is serious, yet comical in some parts. Its a hard read for a 10th grade honors class, so reading pages multiple times would ensure a good understanding about this story. I can fully relate to the jealousy that Rodrigo continues to experience. This does not conflict with which i see the world. I see the world as, you cant fix something without resorting to violence. In the story, theres violent themes such as hatred and a great example of this would be when Iago says that he hates Othello. “I hate the Moor, And it is thought abroad that ‘twixt my sheets ‘has done my office.” He says that he hates Othello because rumors...
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