To further show Iago's evilness he gets Roderigo to attempt to kill Cassio. There is no true resolution Iago does get caught but the problems he causes death cannot be resolved. . Men and women face choices between good and evil every day, and human responsibility, not the will of God, is to blame for many of the decisions made. She must change for youth. In the scene of light hearted banter that follows Emilia manages to utter two words.
Given the way Cassio treats Bianca, her guess about the handkerchief is a reasonable one, but Cassio -- full of his own sense of innocence -- tells her to. Ulterior moves exposed, he is hunted down by the officials of Venice after killing Emilia and brought back to be tortured. This quote shows readers that Jack was willing to use torturous evil methods to get people to join his tribe. On the outside, Iago seems to have no interest in people's well being, caring only for his jealousy and vengeance against Othello. No, sure, I cannot think it That he would steal away so guilty-like, Seeing your coming.
Iago's wife, Emilia, becomes the ultimate undoing of Iago. Lodovico is shocked and tells Othello that he should make it up to her because she is crying. Bradley: Iago stands supreme among Shakespeare's evil characters because the greatest intensity and subtlety of imagination have gone to his making, and because he illustrates in the most perfect combination the two facts concerning evil which seem to have impressed Shakespeare most. All of this just represents the evil surrounding Iago and his character. He refers to Othello again as the devil because of the colour of his skin. He was just meant to embody evil, which can't be resolved.
Why is the representation tolerable, and why do we not accuse its author either of untruth or of a desperate pessimism? Iago feels betrayed because he considers him self more qualified than Cassio to serve as lieutenant. Let's see:— After some time, to abuse Othello's ear That he is too familiar with his wife. As the play opens we are immediately introduced to the hostility of Iago against Othello. Most of the antagonists present in Shakespeare's plays have valid reasons for the troubles the cause. Is it possible, Iago asks, that she just gave Cassio an innocent kiss? Sinai, and Moses asks God his name. However, she resigns herself to her death out of this goodness. Following a fight with Cassio, Roderigo thought he had an alliance with Iago, but while Roderigo is wounded on the ground, Iago kills him.
Iago tries to get Cassio to calm down, but he once again exclaims against drunkenness and drink: Iago convinces Cassio that the best way to get his job back is to appeal to Desdemona, then sends him off. It raises the great, the remote, and the possible to an equality with the real, the little and the near. The morgues would be full if ordinary people were as capable of murder as Othello. There is a great deal irony in this play. Shakespeare is pessimistic about the existence and survival of a true type of love.
He threatens Iago with is life. And boredom is the greatest moral hazard in contemporary American life. It is evident Shakespeare feels that characters, such as Iago, that are greedy and power hungry show the full potential of what the evil inside each person could do. There was only one conflict in the whole play Iago. It is through this struggle for power that, the evil inside humans comes out and is most evident. That way Cassio will be dismissed from lieutenant and Othello will lose Desdimonia. Othello at this point is completely taken in with Iago's mind poisoning and willingly submits to him, yielding to his trickeries.
He is a good soldier and a good man, but this good is twisted and he commits an evil act. Othello comes out and dismisses Cassio from lieutenancy. Corruption overcomes the Venetian society as Iago uses his crafty skills of deceit. When Emilia informs Othello of the attack on Cassio, she finds her mistress Desdemona dead and screams for help. Shakespeare uses Iago to show that humans are naturally evil, but it is the humans that are power hungry and greedy that show the evil nature of humans the most. He is the voice of jealousy in its entirety, giving way to the evil deeds that drive the play.
The allegations of Desdemona's affair hurt his pride even more than they inflame his vanity and jealousy; he wants to appear powerful, accomplished, and moral at every possible instance, and when this is almost denied to him, his wounded pride becomes especially powerful. Shakespeare highlights his view on human nature mostly with the character, Iago, who is a character that feels he has been unrightfully passed over for a spot in the military, which was given to, Cassio, an inexperienced military man. His flaws are easily manipulated, and he is unable to see the truth while blinded by pride. Othello's race sets him apart, and makes him very self-conscious; it makes him work hard and look carefully after his reputation, so he is regarded as equal to the white people that surround him. The first of these is the fact that perfectly sane people exist in whom fellow-feeling of any kind is so weak that an almost absolute egoism becomes possible to them, and with it those hard vices — such as ingratitude and cruelty — which to Shakespeare were far the worst.
Soon after Cassio stabs a man named Montano. Still trying to justify himself, Othello says that Desdemona was a whore. I think he wanted him more to symbolize it. Iago and his use of language set the main plot for every characters outcome. It is not very clear however if Othello is referring to Cassio or Desdemona as the devil. This connects back to Hitler and his desire to terminate anyone that he did not find suitable for the Aryan race.