Paying close attention to the language, tone, and action, discuss the following passage, showing how it contributes to the presentation of the relationship between Iago and Roderigo.
I, i, 43-112
Paying close attention to the language, tone, and action, discuss the following passage, showing how it contributes to the presentation of the relationship between Iago and Othello.
III, iii, 191-266
In the passage presented Shakespeare depicts Othello's relationship with Iago as "a green eyed monster" encompassed by false affection and evident deceit. The sarcastic tone that Shakespeare assigns to Iago's character paints the picture for the audience of his manipulative intentions in his delusive relationship with Othello. While the "black ram" feels that he is "bound to [Iago] forever" Shakespeare makes it indisputable to the audience that Iago does not feel the [to] bear" to the "beast."
The shift in tone Shakespeare displays in Othello's character from the commencement of the passage to the conclusion unveils the puppet strings Othello has attached to his brain to the audience. What seems to be like confidence in his wife, Desdemona, since she "has eyes and chose [him]" morphs into suspicions as Iago controls the handles on the strings of manipulation.
Your focus on the shift in tone to exposes the masterful manipulation Shakespeare has achieved through "honest Iago."
Paying close attention to language and tone, consider Shakespeare's presentation of women in the following passage and its significance at this point in the play.
IV, iii, 66-117
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