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Title: Iago’s Intentions in Shakespeare’s Tragedy, Othello

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Subject: English
Author: Robert M
Date: July 5, 2016
Level: University
Grade: B
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He expresses his hatred for Othello for appointing Cassio to lieutenant over him, as well as suspicion that Othello has slept with his wife. Iago goes on to describe how he will use Roderigo for his money, “Thus do I ever make my fool my purse” (I,iii). Iago also reveals his plan to ruin Othello’s love with Desdemona...

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Iago also reveals his plan to ruin Othello’s love with Desdemona. Iago has many other moments throughout the play where he is alone on stage and talking as the audience hears of his evil plots. This may suggest that he talks to himself a lot, and his odd behavior hints that he may have issues with himself or with his own paranoia...

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