Relationship Between Othello And Desdemona

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Citizens of Venice, we are gathered here today to honor and remember Othello and Desdemona who even in death are still bound by their love that is everlasting. Othello, how can words even describe him. He was a valiant moor and an honorable general who fought and did everything in his power to protect Venice against the Ottomans. Oh how he loved Desdemona who loved him despite the color of his skin. I remember him telling me about how she used to listen to the stories of his life and his struggles. He loved her because of her ever radiant skin and beauty. There love is what led to his demise. I am so honored to of had been Othello’s Lieutenant and fought with him in battle. Othello was my best friend and my role model. He taught me everything

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