Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Essay --

Kashayla SnipesDr. Nancy BlairEnglish Composition 1102February 25, 2014Othello A Tragedy of JealosuyJealousy is troublesome to others, but a torment to themselves. Those are words from a famous entrepreneur and philosopher, William Penn. In William Shakespeares Othello, the act of jealousy is a powerful sensation seen almost in every aspect and relationship throughout the tragedy. Furthermore, it is one of the most important topics in the play. Based on the conflicts within Othello, jealousy can be define as troubles or misfortune caused by hallucinations. At the same time, Millicent Bell states in his essay, Othellos Jealousy that the characters are driven to madness by cosmos allowed to see what really is not so or simply using imagination. Bell also goes on to say the jealousy traits are shown only in a sexual manner. That statement can be argued against. True enough, sexual jealousy is shown in Othello, but it is not the only form of jealousy exposed. correspond to Medical Dic tionary, sexual jealousy is a condition characterized by suspicion of a spouses infideli...

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