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Over a four hundred year history, Shakespeare’s Othello has been able to transcend age, its universal themes appealing to responders of different eras.
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Shakespeare’s characterisation in Iago has been composed to allow numerous interpretations and readings in different contexts. Through the use of language and dramatic devices, the characters in Othello allow us to admire both the victims and the villains who present the major themes ...
... does his true villainy shine through. As a contemporary responder to the play, the enduring power of Shakespeare’s characterisation in Iago allows us to admire his characteristics and his cunning behaviour which present to us the major themes of power and race.
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