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Names, again.

In most of the novels that we have read so far, names have been super important and they often defined certain characters. In Sula, it was the Deweys. 314 more words

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Iago's character

Having only read act 1 scene 1 and watching the movie I have already gotten a little taste of Iago as a character. I find him to be incredibly deceitful and manipulative yet I am still  very drawn to his character. 65 more words

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Setting of Othello

In our previous class we briefly read over the handout discussing the importance of setting in Othello and how it impacts the plot. Prior to reading this I had not given any thought to the importance of setting in Othello. 287 more words

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Racism/Class in Othello

When contemplating what to post for Othello, I remembered what I studied for APUSH and thought of the racism and class divide America faced during the beginnings of Jim Crow law during the Gilded Age in America.  111 more words

Othello Act 5 Scene 2

Summary

Othello is in his bedroom talking to himself, convincing himself that he must kill Desdemona. He wakes her up with a kiss and asks her to pray for forgiveness for her sins before she dies. 646 more words

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Othello Act 5 Scene 1

Summary

Iago and Roderigo are hiding in the dark, waiting for Cassio to walk by. When he does, Roderigo thrusts his sword at him, but Cassio is wearing armour under his clothing. 332 more words

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Othello Act 4 Scene 2 & 3

Summary

Othello interrogates Emilia about Desdemona’s behaviour around Cassio, and Emilia swears to him that she has never seen her do anything remotely immoral. Despite this, Othello doesn’t believe her and asks her to bring Desdemona to him. 642 more words

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