- 1 Who does Iago manipulate?
- 2 How did Iago manipulate everyone?
- 3 How does Shakespeare present Iago’s manipulation?
- 4 How does Iago manipulate Othello Act 1?
- 5 Who does Iago call the true general?
- 6 Who does Iago manipulate first?
- 7 Why is Iago evil?
- 8 Who does Iago kill?
- 9 Why is Othello so easily manipulated by Iago?
- 10 Which act does Iago manipulate Othello?
- 11 How does Iago manipulate Emilia?
- 12 Why is Iago jealous of Othello?
- 13 What was Iago’s main goal?
- 14 When Iago tells Othello Desdemona is cheating?
- 15 How is Cassio manipulated by Iago?
Who does Iago manipulate?
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 did Iago manipulate everyone?
By getting him drunk through his other technique of being cunning. He gets the trust of people he can work with that, he would make everyone he came in contact with feel as if he was on their side. He could manipulate their minds, tell them false things.
How does Shakespeare present Iago’s manipulation?
Shakespeare presents Iago as the kind of person who performs character assassination through insinuation. He drops a hint that something is wrong; then, when he is pressed, he protests he didn’t mean to say anything or that he likes the person in question too much to want to say what he knows.
How does Iago manipulate Othello Act 1?
His manipulative nature was first mentioned when he explains to Roderigo that he “will follow him to serve my turn upon him” and that “in following him [ the Moor] I follow but myself”. In Act 1, Iago uses Roderigo’s love for Desdemona against him, manipulating him into participating in his scheme to ruin Othello.
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|
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 evil?
Iago is one of Shakespeare’s most sinister villains, often considered such because of the unique trust that Othello places in him, which he betrays while maintaining his reputation for honesty and dedication. Shakespeare contrasts Iago with Othello’s nobility and integrity.
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.
Why is Othello so easily manipulated by Iago?
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.
Which act does Iago manipulate Othello?
In act 3, scene 3, Iago poisons Othello ‘s mind, insinuating that Desdemona’s been cheating on him with Michael Cassio. It’s a total lie, of course, but Iago is such a skilled manipulator that he’s able to make his lies sound so utterly plausible.
How does Iago manipulate Emilia?
Iago stoops low enough to the point of even deceiving his own wife all in his grand scheme to get revenge against Othello. 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.
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.
What was Iago’s main goal?
Iago’s ultimate goal is to get revenge for Othello’s choice of lieutenant and to pay Othello back for sleeping with his wife. Iaga has a plan to have Roderigo kill Cassio.
When Iago tells Othello Desdemona is cheating?
Iago convinces Othello that Desdemona is cheating and having an affair with Cassio first by manipulating Othello’s own insecurities. Second, in Cassio’s room, he plants a handkerchief that Othello had given to Desdemona, giving the impression that Desdemona had given the handkerchief to Cassio.
How is Cassio manipulated by Iago?
Iago manipulates Cassio by convincing Cassio to drink, knowing that Cassio vulnerability is getting mouthy when he is drunk. Iago knows that this can cause Cassio to get fired. It was clear that Iago successfully used Cassio’s weakness to get what he wants by getting Cassio fired because of his drunken anger.