I found by fortune, and did give me husband? I found by fortune, and did give me husband? Villain, be sure thou prove my love a whore? He is more convincing for he speaks in an innocent tone as if he has nothing to do with the problems that Othello has and that it is not of a large importance to him.
The next technique that he used was that he knew how to use all his options he could use all the tools in his grasp. His adroit manipulation of those characters range from convincing Roderigo to serve Cassio another glass of wine, to leading Othello to the conclusion that only by killing Desdemona could he save himself and mankind from her treacherous acts of infidelity.
In Othello, it is Iago who manipulates all other characters at will, controlling their movements and trapping them in an intricate net of lies.
With the scene set, Othello begins to believe his beautiful Desdemona has been unfaithful with Cassio. As Othello views the scene, Iago plants seeds of doubt and jealousy in Othello.
Even though the handkerchief was extremely important in helping him spin his web around Othello and he could not do without it, but I am sure he would have thought of another way to get the handkerchief and use it as he so wishes. As this seed takes root in Othello? III, iii, 37that he knows will plaque Othello?
Vozar, in a article in Philosophy and Literaturesuggests that the epileptic fit relates to the mind—body problem and the existence of the soul. Through his mere words, he plants seeds of doubt in Othello.
Though the actual racial definition of the term is murky, the implications are religious as well as racial. In my opinion, Iago knows what he is doing wrong yet during the play he shows no sign of emotion, for the guilt and sorrow he is putting Othello through.
There was in my own personal opinion one more technique, and that was that he knew how to use all his options and could use his wits and cunningness. Written by William Shakespeare. Othello confronts Desdemona, and then strangles her in their bed.
When Desdemona drops a handkerchief the first gift given to her by OthelloEmilia finds it, and gives it to her husband Iago, at his request, unaware of what he plans to do with it. Iago has succeeded in reducing Cassio to a pitiful state; a state in which he will be highly suggestible due to his desperation.
I cannot think it that he would steal away so guiltylike? Using Desdemona's prime weakness, naivety, Iago puts Cassio up to seeking Desdemona's help in getting his position as lieutenant back. He fails not because of Cassio or Othello initially working out his sinister plan but because of his honest wife and her love for Desdemona.
But how is this? Desdemona is directly in love with [Cassio]? This causes Othello to question what Iago is really saying.
II, iii,and that with her as his petitioner his relationship with Othello,? Some of these cluster together in quite extensive passages. Only as the setting moves from Venice to Cyprus, order to chaos, is Iago able to blacken each character?
So the techniques that he used were to gain their trust, then branch off that. Yet, Iago successfully manipulates Roderigo to his purposes, as he and Cassio fight, leaving only Cassio for Iago to deal with.
In this incapacitated mental state Roderigo accepts Iago? He demotes him, and refuses to have him in his company.
Othello reenters and vows with Iago for the death of Desdemona and Cassio, after which he makes Iago his lieutenant. He stayed with his retinue in London for several months and occasioned much discussion. Roderigo desperately desires Desdemona and is unable to reason that no amount of money will help the situation.
Othello orders a general celebration and leaves to consummate his marriage with Desdemona. He could gain the trust of people as if it was nothing to him.
He holds everyone that is important in his plans in the palm of his hand and he does with them as he so wishes. From beginning to end Iago moves the characters of Othello as if they were chessmen. When in fact the real reason why Cassio sneaked away was that he did not want to enrage Othello further.
At the beginning of the play, Iago divulges his vengeful and maliciously devious intention to manipulate and mislead Othello, his so-called friend. Iago ever so subtly points out that Desdemona is capable of lying:Extracts from this document Introduction.
How Does Iago Successfully Manipulate Othello in Shakespeare's Play Othello? July 25th Playwright William Shakespeare wrote "The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice", or "Othello" for short in the year and it is believed that it was first performed in in Elizabethan England, though.
Earlier, he said he hates Othello because "the Moor" passed him over for a promotion, but here, he tells us he hates "the Moor" because he's heard a rumor that Othello has been hooking up with Iago's wife, Emilia, "twixt [Iago's] sheets.".
Iago manipulates the other characters of Othello by preying on and triggering their individual doubts and insecurities. He implies to Othello that his wife, Desdemona, is having an affair with. An Analysis of Iago's Manipulation of Each of the Characters in Othello.
The essay describes in detail Iago's manipulation of Cassio, Desdemona, Emilia, Roderigo, and Othello. From beginning to end Iago moves the characters of Othello as if they were chessmen. Iago anticipates and manipulates the other characters so skilfully that they seem to be acting simultaneously of their own free will and as Iago's puppets.
For example, it takes only the slightest prompting on Iago's part to put Othello into the proper frame of mind to be consumed by jealousy. Explain how Iago manipulates the other characters in the play Othello. Essay by threezee, High School, 11th grade, A+, April download word file, 7 pages download word file, /5(7).Download