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Exploration of the motivations for revenge in Othello, Hamlet and Frankenstein




The exploration of the motivations for revenge, which pertain to Iago, Hamlet and the monster
from Shakespeare's Othello, Hamlet and Shelley's Frankenstein respectively is a fascinating
title. It allows a deeper understanding of each text to be gained, with…

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emotion in the audience for they partly stem from spite and a sense of mistreatment. The
Ghost is a major factor contributing to Hamlet's motivations for revenge, as it reveals that
"The serpent that did sting thy father's life,…

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why he is isolated from those around him when he means them no harm, further enraging
him against Frankenstein for creating a being that has no quality of life.
Shelley carefully constructs a physical description of the monster with…

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Exploration of the motivations for revenge in Othello, Hamlet and Frankenstein




which exhibits Iago's mental torment at Othello for failing to promote him, thus Iago feels that
he has no choice but to make Othello suffer the full extent of his rage and pain as stated by
B.J Paris.
The…

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Exploration of the motivations for revenge in Othello, Hamlet and Frankenstein




his family and friends, Frankenstein became closely attached to his creature, for they both
experienced and were bound by the same sombre emotions of being solitary and alone.
Such an ending is diametrically opposed to the peace and tranquillity,…

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