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Othello As A Tragic Hero Othello ­ William Shakespeare




Aristotle portrays the tragic hero as one who embodies boldly his or her culture or state. He depicts a
tragic hero to as `somebody' who's psyche/soul is developed through interaction with the society they
live in. from this we can gather…

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Othello As A Tragic Hero Othello ­ William Shakespeare




Scene Two of Act One. This scene of Othello reenacts a small part of the Gospel when Christ and his
followers are met by officers carrying swords and torches. A similar comparison can be made when
Othello avoids any physical activity…

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Shakespeare felt it unnecessary to complicate things with useless information which wouldn't be
expected from the heart of tragedy.

Although Shakespeare does not waste any time transforming Othello the virtuous protagonist doubtfully
into an insane murder, but we need to remember…

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Othello As A Tragic Hero Othello ­ William Shakespeare




In Othello's last speech, it seems like he separates himself from the flaw responsible for his deeds and
seems to kill it. "Set you down this. And say besides that in Aleppo once, where a malignant and
turbaned Turk beat a…

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Bibliography

`Poetics' by Aristotle







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