Tuesday, January 10, 2017

The Tragedy of Othello the Moor

There are numerous types of drama want comedy, farce, melodrama and tragedy. calamity is when the hero commits a offensive without realizing how foolish he has been, and behind the hero realizes her guiltiness. Othello the Moor is a tragedy of Shakespeare in which Othello thinks that Desdemona, his wife and love of his life, is cheating him with Cassio, the liberal and lieutenant of Othello. Aristotle recognizes the tragedies with six traits, and with them he classified the tragedies in spotless or new. Because, Othello the Moor fits exclusively the qualitys of modern traits, it can be considered as a modern tragedy.\nThe first characteristic to be considered a modern tragedy is that the hero must wealthy person horrible qualities. Although Othello has noble summit from his family, his qualities represent more his personality. He is elegant, intelligent, educated, and endurance. Courage is the most grievous quality because he is a moor, but it does not stop him to b e general of Cyprus. Also, this courage makes that he fights to his love Desdemona, regardless, that he is a black man, and she a white woman. This love to Desdemona becomes a flaw that is jealously.\nThe next characteristic is that the heros descent must be caused by an act of iniquity or by a tragic flaw. Although Oedipus commits acts of injustice similar the murder of Desdemona and his suicide, he was already d cause, so his downfall is caused by jealously, his principal flaw. Before Oedipus becomes jealously, he is a person with the noble qualities, and many people fall him as their leader for his magnificent mode of sing. All these permute when Othello is jealousy of Desdemona, and he does the paired that he really is. He becomes to spy his wife firearm she speaks with other people. Also, his mode to speak changes, and he looks crazy when she dialog; for example, before he kills Desdemona, he shouts and speak alone like a lunatic.\nIn addition, the downfall of the her o is primarily his own ch...

No comments:

Post a Comment