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Essay heading: Othello as a victim
 
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His naive childlike behavior merits him to be credited as a victim to his own ancient Iago.
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As a child might loose their temper when frustrated so does Othello. He even goes as far as telling Iago he would “tear her to messes.” Othello’s ego is so fragile due to his shaky faith in his wives faithfulness, that all of Iago’s tormenting works to a tee. All of Desdemona’s gentleness was easily turned to flirtatious teasing with the flit of an unsuspecting Othello...
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