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    Othello’s Relationship with Desdemona Essay

    One of the most outstanding Shakespeare’s quotations runs as follows: Love is a familiar. Love is a devil. There is no evil angel but Love. Indeed, in literature we may often observe unusual and contradictory cases, which can hardly be called a real love. Othello may be regarded as a bright example of such arguable, mysterious and conflicting feeling. What kind of person is Othello? Is his soul as black as his skin? Does he really love Desdemona? Can he love at all? Can we blame him for his deeds after all? Let’s try to clear it out. To begin with, Othello is depicted as a man of an extraordinary…

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    Love and Trust in Hamlet Essay

    Free Essay on Love and Trust in Hamlet The themes of love and trust are closely intertwined in many plays by William Shakespeare; “Hamlet” is no exception. In “Hamlet” love and trust are no synonyms. From the first few acts of the play, the reader meets Hamlet, a lonely and pensive young man who does not have anyone to confide in. The only living person the prince trusts is Horatio. Hamlet discovers that his mother, Queen Gertrude, is going to marry his uncle, King Claudius, less than a month after his father’s sudden death. The young prince is bitterly hurt and has senses betrayal in this act. He mocks his…

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    Free Essay on Othello

    The scene is set in the streets at nighttime outside Brabantio’s house in a city calledd Venice. Roderigo is angry with Iago because he has given Iago money to set him up with Desdemona but she had already eloped with Othello. Iago hates Othello because he expected to get a promotion but Othello chose Michael Cassio. Iago and Roderigo wake up Brabantio and tell him that Desdemona has eloped with Othello. Brabantio does not want Othello as a son-in-law because he is different in color, age, social background as well as culture. In act 1 scene 2 Cassio delivers the message that the Duke has sent for Brabantio and Othello.…