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Essay heading: Othello - Iago's Causes And Effects Of Jealousy
 
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In Act I, Scene 2 for example, in a bit of playful boasting, Iago says that "in the trade of war I have slain men, / Yet do I hold it very stuff o' the' conscience / to do contriv'd murder I lack inequity?" (1.2.1-3). This was an outright lie, but he had come on stage with Othello and he said this for his general's (Othello's) benefit, posing as the rough and ready , but good hearted soldier...
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This was an outright lie, but he had come on stage with Othello and he said this for his general's (Othello's) benefit, posing as the rough and ready , but good hearted soldier. Iago also hides his contempt for Cassio because Cassio is a fellow soldier. Because Iago pretended to be something he wasn't, throughout the play he was forced to lie repeatedly to everyone in his path...
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