?????Jealous Much?????? Tyree Smith????? Mr. Welch???? Crete-Monee High School ?Jealous is feeling or showing envy of someone or their achievements or advantages. Think back to a time when you felt jealous of someone or something. One of the biggest themes that took place in Othello was jealousy. Several times in the book jealousy occurred.
Iago is upset because Othello chose Michael Cassio as his lieutenant. Brabantio is jealous because the Moor stole his daughters love. Othello gets jealous when he finds out Desdemona is unfaithful. Jealousy is a result of circumstances and manipulation.?In the beginning of the play, Iago is upset because Othello selected Micheal Cassio as his lieutenant. He is jealous of Cassios position both in military and with Othello’s service.Order now
“I hate the Moor and it is thought abroad, that twist my sheets ‘Has done my office. I know not if’t be true, But I formere suspicion in that kind will do as if for surety.” Iago claims he hates Othello because he got an promotion and he hates Othello because he hears a rumor about Othello has been hooking up with Iago’s wife. Iago also felt he could be a better lieutenant because he had more experience. Iago had more experience but Cassio knew more about the role but no experience. Which is why Iago thinks he isn’t worthy enough for that role.
?Being a father is tough. Especially when have a daughter that falls in love with a man you dislike. If you think that is tough, think about the pain Brabantio had to go through. “I am one, sir, that comes to tell you your daughter/ and the moor are now making the beast with two backs.” Iago stired up some drama between Brabantio and Othello. His crude euphemistic metaphor remarks Iago’s crassne.
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Shakespeare Alive! NY: Bantam, 1988. A lively introduction to Elizabethan thought, Shakespeare ‘s sources and theatre and stage history of Shakespearean production.Shakespeare Quarterly. Annual bibliography that is exhaustive on articles, productions, editions, translations of Shakespeare. Annotated entries.