Othello: All the Makings of a Tragedy

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Title: Othello: All the Makings of a Tragedy
 
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Date: July 1, 2009
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She does this because of her loyalty to her husband. “And give `t Iago: what he will do with it/Heaven knows not I;/I nothing but to please his fantasy.” While the stealing of the handkerchief itself is significant to the plot, Emilia’s decision not to say anything about the fact that she has stolen it when Othello confronts Desdemona about the missing handkerchief (III, iv) has more significance...
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Emilia further doesn’t say anything until after Desdemona is dead. Her silence is interesting. The idea of loyalty to her husband could be the reason for it, but she seems more loyal to Desdemona throughout the play than to her husband. What drives her silence is most likely fear of disapproval and repercussions from Desdemona and Othello...
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