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OTHELLO DEBATE

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on 17 June 2014

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Transcript of OTHELLO DEBATE

OTHELLO DEBATE
JEALOUSY
"Oh beware my Lord, of jealousy; it is the green eyed monster which doth mock the meat it feeds on" (Act 3, Scene 3, Lines 167-169)
VENGEANCE
"Arise black vengeance, from thy hollow cell! Yield up, a Love, thy crown and hearted thrown to tyrannous hate!" (Act 3, Scene 3, Lines 448-449
Cassio's
Conclusion
Othello Debate
Topic: Othello's hubris is not his downfall
OTHELLO'S DOWN FALL
Jealousy
Trust: the lack of it/ use of it (Othello's inability to trust and Iago's manipulation)
Cassio's suspicious actions
Vengeance
Inexperienced lover
As seen, Othello's jealousy, inability to trust, Iago's manipulation, the overall need of characters seeking vengence a Cassio's suspicious actions all significantly led to the downfall of Othello. Othello's pride was only a mere flake compared to the reasons listed above, and thus, Othello's Hubris was not the cause of his decent.
hu·bris (noun) \ˈhyü-brəs\
: a great or foolish amount of pride or confidence
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