Shakespeare presents Ago as a character with the ability to change his manner of speaking according to who his speech is directed.
When Othello chose Cassio, Iago says that Cassio does not have muchmilitary experience in the field. He says he has more experiencethan Cassio. Why does iago love Othello and cassio? Iago is also angered that a man of such race can be so highly esteemed in society.
Some also say that shakespeare seeks to demonstrate the 'goodness' of Othello's race, portraying him as the noble, and heroic character when not consumed by jealousywhilst portraying iago, the standard venetian man, as the 'bad' character ok im done, my eyes are falling off Why does iago hate cassio?
Iago resents Cassio because Iago resents the privilege that Cassio represents, and Iago equates this with a lack of manliness. We see this in the opening scene when he calls C…assio "bookish" and a "spinster" 1.
Iago cannot stand it. We see this "class feeling" again in Act 5 when Gratiano and Lodovico have forgotten his name: Here he apes the "courtesy" that Cassio says Iago lacks Act 2. Because he wants to be accepted as an equal, he addresses Cassio as "brother" 5.
Therefore, his bitterness at Cassio springs not so much from disappointment over not being promoted on just this one occasion as from his general sense that he is not acceptable as "officer material. AND He also suspects that Cassio has slept with his wife. He is jealous of Cassio. Why did Iago want Roderigo to anger Cassio?
Iago's plan is to make Cassio drunk and get him into a brawl that will ruin Cassio's reputation and cause him to lose his position. Iago, however, succeeds in getting Cassio dismissed from his lieutenancy to Othello, which plays in toIago's master plan to ruin Othello. Iago tells Cassio to go and talk to Desdemona have have her convince Othello to forgive him.
Because Iago knows that Cassio cannot handle his liquor and will be more likely to fight if he's drunk and that will make him look worse in Othello's eyes.What does Othello suggest he and Desdemona do? Giving her permission to cheat (have an open relationship) Othello tries to stab Iago but is disarmed by Montano and Iago stabs Emila and runs away.
Who runs after Iago? Montano. Where does Emilia die? In the bed next to Desdemona. Othello, Act 2, Scene 3 Page Index: Enter Othello, Desdemona, Cassio, and Attendants. Iago talks Cassio into drinking too much, then has Roderigo provoke him into a fight.
Iago is a man with an obsession for control and power over others who has let this obsession take over his whole life. Necessity forces his hand, and, in order to destroy Othello, he must also destroy Roderigo, Emilia, Desdemona, and ultimately himself.
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