Throughout the play, Othello is confronted with the idea that because he is black he is not good enough for Desdemona, and their very being together is against nature. In Act 3, Scene 3, line 96, it is said by Brabantio: “To fall in love with what she feared to look on?” This comment, and the implication that a good white girl would not even look at a black man would lower further Othello’s self-esteem, and make it easier for Iago to later on exploit his insecurities... displayed 300 characters
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Also, in act 2, scene 1, line 220, Iago comments: “What delight shall she have to look upon the devil?... Very nature will instruct her in it, and compel her to some second choice”. Once again, this line reinforces that because Othello is black, it is unnatural for him to be with Desdemona. After Iago has been dropping hints about Cassio and Desdemona having a relationship, in act 3, scene 3, line 265, Othello comments; “ Haply for I am black” essentially admitting his fears that it is because he is black that Desdemona is unsatisfied by him... displayed next 300 characters
Othello is planning
Desdemona's death. He appears to be very stressed out, by the way he acts and
talks. He tries to think that everything is all right but based on what he
hears from Iago, it really isn't...
Instead, he keeps quiet and just assumes everything Iago says is true. By keeping to himself, Othello is really lying to himself. The author uses dramatic irony to show the reader information Iago and we know, but Othello and the other character do not...
Brabantio complains to the Duke that Othello bewitched his daughter and had intimate relations with her.
Desdemona is brought in to settle the matter, Othello meanwhile explains how he and Desdemona fell in love...
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