Orson Welles In Othello and Citizen Kane

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Music and Movies

 

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Andy M

 

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October 3, 2015

 

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The only set definition of a tragic hero is in the eyes of creator. Orson Welles created a tragic hero in several of his films, including Othello and Citizen Kane. Although his description varies from others, it is evident that his remains the same throughout his films. Orson Welles defines the tragic hero as a man who has always had a difficult life yet, is a well-known, important figure in their setting who, although is tall and handsome, is two-sided, desperate for love and loses everything by his death...
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Welles' Othello and Kane are no exception. Othello and Charles Foster Kane were both important and famous men in their day. Othello was a commander in the Venetian Army, an important role for a Moor. Othello was famous due to his military standing, and because he was able to obtain such a high ranking considering his ethnicity, he must be an outstanding official...
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