- 1 How is Emilia manipulated?
- 2 What manipulation tactics does Iago use to make it seem like he is on Cassio’s side after the fight?
- 3 How is Desdemona manipulated by Iago?
- 4 How does Iago manipulate the relationship between Cassio and Desdemona?
- 5 Is Emilia a victim in Othello?
- 6 Is Emilia responsible for Desdemona’s death?
- 7 What traits allow Othello to be so easily manipulated?
- 8 Who does Iago call the true general?
- 9 Did I today See Cassio wipe his beard with?
- 10 Who does Iago manipulate first?
- 11 Why is Iago jealous of Othello?
- 12 Who does Iago kill?
- 13 Who all does Iago manipulate?
- 14 How does Iago deceive Cassio?
- 15 How does Iago manipulate Roderigo Act 4?
How is Emilia manipulated?
Iago uses and manipulates Emilia by getting her to take the handkerchief that Othello gave to Desdemona as a token of his love. Nothing was ever in it for Emilia like she had thought. If Iago will go so far as to betray and lie to his wife, there is no telling what this heartless man is capable of.
What manipulation tactics does Iago use to make it seem like he is on Cassio’s side after the fight?
Iago manipulates the other characters of Othello by preying on and triggering their individual doubts and insecurities. He implies to Othello that his wife, Desdemona, is having an affair with Cassio, but, importantly, he makes his implications sound hesitant so that Othello is more inclined to believe him.
How is Desdemona manipulated by Iago?
How does Iago manipulate Desdemona? After Cassio falls from Othello’s favor, Iago exploits Desdemona’s eagerness to bring the two men back together: “So will I turn her virtue into pitch / And out of her own goodness make the net” (2.3.). Her innocent hopes that “let Cassio be received again” (3.4.)
How does Iago manipulate the relationship between Cassio and Desdemona?
Iago manages to make Othello feel that Desdemona is having an affair with Cassio. He manipulates Bianca by making her find the handkerchief, a wedding present from Othello to Desdemona. Iago very cleverly manipulated every character subtly without them realising until the damage had been done.
Is Emilia a victim in Othello?
Emilia was not a villain; Emilia’s role in Othello is that of a victim: A victim to society’s codes to which she had no control over. Emilia contributes to the tragedy because of the standards in being the ideal renaissance woman, and then finally breaking her silence and obedience by revealing Iago’s plot.
Is Emilia responsible for Desdemona’s death?
Emilia is unwittingly responsible for Desdemona’s death because she is naïve about her husband’s actions; she is silent about the handkerchief and lacks courage to prove to Othello that Desdemona’s is innocent. Desdemona’s death is caused because Emilia is naive and has poor judgment of Iago.
What traits allow Othello to be so easily manipulated?
Othello’s main flaw was that he trusted people too much which led him to believe things that never happened. Iago knows about Othello’s trust in people and his need to show his “greatness” because he is black, which makes Othello open to manipulation.
Who does Iago call the true general?
|Whom does Iago refer to as the true general?||Desdemona|
|How does Othello kill Desdemona?||smothering|
|What, according to Iago, is the “green-eyed monster”?||jealousy|
|Whom does Cassio wound in the drunken brawl of Act II, scene iii?||Montano|
Did I today See Cassio wipe his beard with?
It was my first gift to her. See Cassio wipe his beard with. I don’t know about that, but I saw a handkerchief like that today. I’m sure it belongs to your wife, and I saw Cassio use it to wipe his beard.
Who does Iago manipulate first?
Iago’s constant ability to manipulate and use others to do his bidding allows his carry out the 3 most crucial components of the play. The very first one is at the beginning of the play where he is able to manipulate Roderigo to stir up Brabantio to inform him that his daughter, Desdemona has been stolen by Othello.
Why is Iago jealous of Othello?
Iago felt that Othello was not suitable to be in charge and wanted it for himself. Iago was so jealous that he didn’t care who died as long as he got what he wanted. He wanted Othello to suffer so bad, he murdered his own wife after she told everybody that Iago was behind everything.
Who does Iago kill?
Iago is furious about being overlooked for promotion and plots to take revenge against his General; Othello, the Moor of Venice. Iago manipulates Othello into believing his wife Desdemona is unfaithful, stirring Othello’s jealousy. Othello allows jealousy to consume him, murders Desdemona, and then kills himself.
Who all does Iago manipulate?
Iago Manipulating Othello, Cassio, and Roderigo. The main reason that Iago had success on manipulating Othello was based on the social differences of these two characters.
How does Iago deceive Cassio?
Iago begins the demise of Cassio when he uses his persuasion to convince Cassio to drink. This is to get him drunk and use his weakness against him which is his pride and reputation. Iago is able to persuade Cassio to drink and talk to Desdemona he could convince Roderigo to give him his money and to do his bidding.
How does Iago manipulate Roderigo Act 4?
Iago agrees to help Roderigo to find an approach to Desdemona. However, he never fulfills his promises, betraying him instead. Iago uses Roderigo to destroy Cassio’s reputation and career.