Types of love in 'Othello' Act 2 Scene 2

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  • Types of love within Act 2 Scene 2
    • Love of war
      • 'the mere perdition of the turkish fleet, every man put himself into triumph.'
      • Typical of the time period, men were usually taught to worship the idea of war because it represents patriotism and the idea of masculinity
      • Metaphor and personification, men cannot physically put themselves into triumph, but by giving it human qualities it makes it look like a tangible thing that men can achieve by doing certain actions.


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