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In Shakespeare, Othello suffocates Desdemona, but in Cinthio, the "Moor" commissions the "Ensign" to bludgeon his wife to death with a sand-filled stocking.
When Iago highlights the almost excessive amount of time that Cassio and his wife, Desdemona, are spending together, Othello becomes filled with rage and, following a series of events, will murder the one that he loves.
Othello orders a general celebration and leaves to consummate his marriage with Desdemona. In retribution, Iago sabotages Cassio's promotion and convinces Othello that the handsome officer is cuckolding him.
There are those who also take a less critical approach to the character of Othello such as William Hazlittwho said: "the nature of the Moor is noble Though the actual racial definition of the term is murky, the implications are religious as well as racial.
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Vozar, in a article in Philosophy and Literaturesuggests that the epileptic fit relates to the mind—body problem and the existence of the soul. In Othello, it is Iago who manipulates all other characters at will, controlling their movements and trapping them in an intricate net of lies.
In Cinthio, the two murderers escape detection. The Folio also lacks a scattering of about a dozen lines or part-lines that are to be found in the Quarto. Audiences of the time would expect Othello to be insecure about his race and the implied age gap between himself and Desdemona.
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Othello blames Cassio for the disturbance and strips him of his rank. The Folio also lacks a scattering of about a dozen lines or part-lines that are to be found in the Quarto. Iago, who has served alongside Othello for a decade, is angered when the general chooses another lieutenant, Cassio, as his second in command. There are those who also take a less critical approach to the character of Othello such as William Hazlitt , who said: "the nature of the Moor is noble Iago, still in the room, takes note of Brabantio's remark. Honigmann , the editor of the Arden Shakespeare edition, concluded that Othello's race is ambiguous. However, the version in the Folio is rather different in length, and in wording: as the editors of the Folger edition explain: "The Folio play has about lines that do not appear in the Quarto. When Emilia arrives, Desdemona defends her husband before dying, and Othello accuses Desdemona of adultery. Audiences of the time would expect Othello to be insecure about his race and the implied age gap between himself and Desdemona. As the Protestant Reformation of England proclaimed the importance of pious, controlled behaviour in society, it was the tendency of the contemporary Englishman to displace society's "undesirable" qualities of barbarism, treachery, jealousy and libidinousness onto those who are considered "other". Othello reenters and questions the men as to what happened. Iago then accuses Bianca of the failed conspiracy to kill Cassio. But questions of race may not boil down to a simple decision of casting a single role.
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