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Preliminary Advanced English - Transformations: Visual Representation of Transformations between 'Othello' & 'O'

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Included is a photo of my visual representation as well as the analysis. I received 21.5/25 as an overall grade, 8.5/10 for my written analysis and 13/15 for my spoken analysis of the visual representation. A useful resource for anyone undertaking a visual rep as they can be hard to understand.

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Preliminary Advanced English - Transformations: Visual Representation of Transformations between 'Othello' & 'O'
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William Shakespeare Othello Literature English-language films British films European literature Iago Michael Cassio Emilia Ö Jealousy BBC Television Shakespeare Tim Nelson
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William Shakespeare Othello Literature English-language films British films European literature Iago Michael Cassio Emilia Ö Jealousy BBC Television Shakespeare Tim Nelson
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To show the depth of deception and jealousy by the villains, Iago and Hugo within the texts I’ve chosen to create a double-sided artwork to represent these themes, focusing on the extended metaphor from ‘O’ of the dove and hawk. Jealousy, regardless of the time period, is a dangerous emotion and in ‘Othello’, Shakespeare warns his audience of the dangers of jealousy through Iago and Othello. Iago’s famous metaphor, “Beware the green eyed monster” emphasises that jealousy is dangerous. Iago is jealous of Othello and has heard a rumour that he has slept with Iago’s wife, Emilia: “I hate the Moor,/ ...thought abroad, that 'twixt my sheets” And as a result, manipulates Othello to unleash his jealousy. “I turn her virtue into pitch/ ...her own goodness make...
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