In Othello, Iago is a very manipulative and cunning character. Iago's entire scheme begins when Cassio is given the position that Iago wanted. Iago then comes up with numerous ideas and plots to steal the position he feels he most deserves. Iago deceis, steals, and kills to gain that position. …show more content…
Iago's manipulative plot led to the death of many characters in the play. Desdemona died because her husband did not believe that she was being loyal to him
ter Iago proclaimed that she was cheating on Othello. Emilia, Iago's wife, died because she revealed Iago's plot. Roderigo died because he was used and manipulated by Iago. And finally Othello died because he was tricked, by Iago, into believing things
thout any known proof. In Hamlet, Hamlet's vengenance for his father's murderer led him to kill Laertes. Gertrude, Hamlet's mother, dies after she accidentally drinks a poisoned glass. After Hamlet sees Gertrude has died, he forces Claudius to drink the
emaining poison. Hamlet dies after he is told by the dieing Laertas that the sword was poisoned and Hamlet has only thirty minutes to live. In both plays each characters motives, actions and characteristic traits had equal and similair results, death.
In Shakespeare's plays he often creates a straight forward atmosphere in which the reader can differentiate from good and evil. He shows this characteristic through his characters in the way they act and their motives. For example Hamlet's actions