- 1 How did Iago manipulate everyone?
- 2 How is Iago introduced as manipulative in Act?
- 3 What literary devices does Iago use?
- 4 What motivates Iago to manipulate?
- 5 Who does Iago call the true general?
- 6 Why is Iago evil?
- 7 Who does Iago manipulate first?
- 8 Why is Othello easily manipulated?
- 9 How is Iago prideful?
- 10 How does Iago use language to manipulate others?
- 11 What are the main literary elements?
- 12 Why does Shakespeare use repetition in Othello?
- 13 Why is Iago jealous of Othello?
- 14 Who did Iago kill?
- 15 Did Othello slept with Emilia?
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 is Iago introduced as manipulative in Act?
Initially, Iago manipulates the ignorant, lovesick Roderigo and uses him as a pawn to fulfill his malevolent plan. Iago proceeds to manipulate Brabantio by comparing Othello to an “old black ram,” referring to him as the devil, and inciting Brabantio’s rage by commenting on Othello’s
What literary devices does Iago use?
Iago, the antagonist, plots against Othello which results in the crumbling of his marriage to Desdemona. The main literary devices Shakespeare uses to enhance the play are allusion, simile, symbolism, and foreshadowing.
What motivates Iago to manipulate?
One of the most baffling things about this play is why Iago goes to such lengths to destroy Othello & Desdemona. He has little to gain from his evil scheme, so why does he do it? Jealousy, a desire for power, sadism, racism and frustrated love are some possible explanations.
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|
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 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 Othello 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.
How is Iago prideful?
Iago’s pride led to his demise. He was extremely egotistical and thought that the world revolved around him. His pride led him to seek revenge on something that he was not entitled to feel vengeful about. Cassio was chosen over him, and that caused Iago to lose his mind basically and become a sociopath.
How does Iago use language to manipulate others?
He uses words to deceive and manipulate others to do his bidding or simply lead them to falsely believe something. Iago’s use of words finally lead the death to the Moor who is his target and even several others in the end proving to be a dangerous weapon.
What are the main literary elements?
Literary elements include plot, theme, character and tone. In contrast, literary techniques are non-universal features of literature and include figurative language, irony, and foreshadowing.
Why does Shakespeare use repetition in Othello?
This repetition suggests that he is so overwrought he has lost control of his words. He also may be repeating himself in an attempt to convince himself that what Iago says is true, and that murdering Desdemona is the only acceptable course of action.
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 did 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.
Did Othello slept with Emilia?
At the start of the play we are given two reasons. One is that Cassio has been picked ahead of him as Lieutenant; the other is that he thinks that Othello slept with Iago’s wife, Emilia. After all, who was chosen to take over from Othello in Cyprus at the end of the play but Cassio himself.