In William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Othello, Iago demonstrates a mastery of manipulation over people who had previously trusted and confided in him. His sudden turn from Othello’s loyal ensign to rage-filled villain seems indicative of a man who can no longer accept his position in life.
This is clearly shown when Othello continues to believe Iago, in spite of hearing Desdemona’s pleas of innocence. Othello still goes ahead to murder his lover. As well as being able to manipulate Othello, there are several circumstances throughout the play where actions of the other characters, and coincidental events, aid Iago’s manipulation.
In conclusion. This goes to show that Iago is a cunning character, as he is planting ideas in Othello’s, and manipulating him with something he cares deeply about, which speaks volumes about his personality.Iago’s Manipulation of Othello in Shakespeare’s Othello Once a seed of suspicion or doubt is planted in a person’s mind, the noxious effect of jealousy is soon to ensue. Jealousy and suspicion are Othello’s flaws hubris throughout the play and foreshadow to the audience his imminent downfall.His adroit manipulation of those characters range from convincing Roderigo to serve Cassio another glass of wine, to leading Othello to the conclusion that only by killing Desdemona could he save himself and mankind from her treacherous acts of infidelity.
Again it’s plain tosee that, in Iago’s deception of Othello he is motivated by his jealousy andsubsequent bitterness. In conclusion, it’s evident that Iago is evil for greed’ssake, as opposed to evil for evil’s sake. His craving can be seen in his clevermanipulation of Roderigo, Cassio, and Othello.Read More
He could manipulate their minds, tell them false things. Such as who’s the bad guy, who’s planning against them, and when he was talking to Othello who was cheating on who. Such a lady named Desdemona, who was supposedly cheating on a guy whom he once fired. And that was all accomplished through one guy named Iago.Read More
Iago ably manipulates others because he has a deep understanding of their personal insecurities and complexes. When he begins manipulating Othello, he never directly utters his intention, he rather suggests. In a very subtle way, he empathises with Othello.Read More
Iago tricks Othello into beleiving that his own wife is having an affair, without any concrete proof. Othello is so caught up in Iago’s lies that he refuses to believe Desdemona when she denies the whole thing. Much credit must be given to Iago’s diabolical prowess which enables him to bend and twist the supple minds of his friends and spouse.Read More
In Shakespeare's Othello, the character of Iago uses these strategies almost to perfection to achieve his desired goals. The first field of Work I shows Iago's utilization of manipulation. Iago knows that Roderigo is raise red flags to about burning off Desdemona to Othello.Read More
Iago is all things to all the characters in the play. He is; therefore, a good actor and lies well. He is able to manipulate those around him in order that they can carry out his evil work, especially Othello. Iago's ability to dishonor can be seen throughout the play and is demonstrated by rol.Read More
In the case of Othello, there are certainly three important people involved at the beginning: Iago being the jealous individual, Desdemona being the partner, and Othello being the third party rival. Iago definitely feels threatened by Othello’s dominance over him, both in his military rank and his relationship with Desdemona, as portrayed upon Iago’s words, “I hate the Moor!” (I,iii,377).Read More
Essay: Iago in Shakespeare’s Othello Perhaps the most interesting and exotic character in the tragic play “Othello,” by William Shakespeare, is “Honest” Iago. Through some carefully thought-out words and actions, Iago is able to manipulate others to do things in a way that benefits him and moves him closer toward his goals.Read More
Essay The Perfect Villain: Othello By William Shakespeare. Shakespeare’s infamous tragedy, “Othello.” Iago is the epitome of a perfect villain. He knows people’s weaknesses and manipulates it to his own advantage. Throughout the play, Shakespeare proves that everyone has a hamartia.Read More
Othello was the main focus of Iago's manipulation. 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.Read More