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A critical interpretation of othello through a psychoanalytical, evil in humanity perspective. identified critics included.
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“How has your study of critical perspectives shaped your understanding of Shakespeare’s Othello?” Shakespeare’s Othello is predominantly concerned with the notion of the mental state and its weakness’. In a society where military prowess and honour defines a man, Othello fails to expand his persona and embrace the notion of love and emotion. Despite his age and apparent wisdom, an inexperience ...
... of Iago’s mentality, irony appears frequently as both protagonist and antagonist experience identical traumas only for Iago’s more stable mental situation to deal with the situation in an equally contemptible manner. Through the indication of Othello’s final demise being his reflection on his actions, he manages t be viewed as an equally immoral man to the man who convinced him his actions were correct.
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