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Transcript of OTHELLO DEBATE
"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)
"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
Topic: Othello's hubris is not his downfall
OTHELLO'S DOWN FALL
Trust: the lack of it/ use of it (Othello's inability to trust and Iago's manipulation)
Cassio's suspicious actions
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