This episode will examine the tragic movement of Othello and why the play is a tragedy. Iago notices the friendship between Desdemona and Cassio and decides to use it. Othello believes he must kill Desdemona because it is just; the handkerchief exonerates Cassio and Desdemona.
Othello is a noble figure, who suffers a reversal of fortune, and recognizes the consequences of his actions. The audience is moved to pity and fear. Othello changes from a decent man to being blinded by jealousy.
Credits: Othello as a Tragedy
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It's "Othello: Behind the Scenes." Get ready for intriguing in-depth insights into Iago, daring diatribes on that delightful do-gooder Desdemona, and overwhelming, on-the-money observations of Othello. The Standard Deviants delve deep into the psyches of these super scene-stealers.
Length: 22 minutes
Copyright date: ©2005
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