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Essay heading: Universal truth (Shakespeare)
 
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Surrounding the timeless emotion of love are feelings of pain and betrayal. Desdemona dishonours her father and risks not receiving his blessings. To this day couples elope and marriages that do not receive the blessings of the parent are still considered doomed. Brabantio's half warning, half curse, "Look to her Moor ?she hast deceiv'd her father, and may thee...
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Brabantio's half warning, half curse, "Look to her Moor ?she hast deceiv'd her father, and may thee." (I. iii. 293) serves a two fold purpose. It confirms that perception and alerts us of his anger and disappoint. The reaction is real and the emotions that the situation evokes are acceptable. On the Duke's suggestion that Desdemona stays with her father while Othello is at war, the father responds, "I'll have it not so...
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