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Preliminary Advanced English - Transformations Essay: Transformations Between "Othello" & "O"

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Othello Fiction Literature Film English-language films British films European literature Iago Michael Cassio Desdemona William Shakespeare Irony Othello Iago Hugo
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Othello Fiction Literature Film English-language films British films European literature Iago Michael Cassio Desdemona William Shakespeare Irony Othello Iago Hugo
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The context of Shakespeare’s time helps us to understand why Iago’s character is portrayed as pure evil: “I am not what I am” is a direct reference and inversion to Exodus 3:14 in the Bible where God remarks “I am what I am”. Considering the context of Shakespeare's time everyone would've understood this reference and would know that Iago is intended to represent the devil/pure evil. Shakespeare conveys Iago’s evil side through the use of asides which are featured throughout the play. "With as little a web as this will I ensnare as / great a fly as Cassio" one of Iago’s first asides shows the beginning of his plan beginning to take form, and the connotations associated with t...
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