What Happens In Othello?


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This, the second greatest tragedy of Shakespeare's, is the story of a soldier propelled into furious murder by his wife's apparent unfaithfulness. Othello is a hero, not a devil,and ends the play a tragic and isolated being. The calculating killer of his wife, he becomes a victim himself, as the real villain, Iago, seamlessly directs everyone else to do his bidding. And, at the end, is unrepentant of the horror and murder he has created. The tragedy of Othello, draws us in like no other, which makes it one of Shakespeare's very greatest achievements.
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Iago makes othello jelous so that othello ends up killing desdemona its a tragedy loads of people die

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