From the 2 stories of Othello’s and Romeo and Juliet. In Romeo and Juliet, as we’ve seen in Othello, a female willingly goes against the social norms and marries somebody of a different requirement. In Othello, the lady wed a guy of a various race. However in Romeo and Juliet, Juliet just weds various. Interestingly enough, it is Romeo and Juliet that is seen as the romance, not Othello, and certainly not Titus. What makes Romeo and Juliet various? Is it that their distinctions are not so terrific as to end their love?
Or is it that they do not genuinely know each other enough yet to state that they do not love each other? Othello and Desdemona come together, in spite of their racial and cultural differences, and withstand society. As Othello got married to Desdemona without her daddy’s authorization due to the fact that of their love they didn’t care of what anyone very same with Romeo and Juliet they got wed despite the fact that they found out that their households are enemies. Romeo and Juliet are about puppy love and how it deals with and gets rid of troubles while Othello has to do with the way a love is ruined by an outsider.
When I think about Romeo and Juliet and Othello, I think about love, violence and sacrifice…?? Othello and Desdemona come together, regardless of their racial and cultural differences, and stand up against society. What binds them together is their mutual love for adventure. For Romeo and Juliet, there is no unifying aspect; there is no withstanding society. The whole thing has to do with a secret love that is not exposed till both are dead. Othello is imagined as more callous, and less about love.
For Othello the evil exists as a man, Iago, and is therefore more easily seen. The driving force of evil in Romeo and Juliet is hidden, the undercurrent of unreasonable hate in between 2 groups. I discover the violence in Romeo and Juliet to be more meaningless than in Othello, at least Iago had a factor. But perhaps that is the point, Romeo and Juliet is about the undeveloped relationship: an undeveloped rivalry, undeveloped love, and undeveloped strategies. At the end Romeo and Juliet and Othello all end up dyeing for love in a different way of compromising…? Othello’s passionate love relied on passionate hate when he was led to think that Desdemona had actually betrayed him. In that method his love was accountable for him killing her. On the other hand one might decide that he liked the idea of love, he enjoyed his “honor” more than her, and so Othello compromised Desdemona for himself. Unlike Romeo for the pure of love for Juliet he compromises himself into death for the sake of the love for Juliet that she was everything to him.
He loves Juliet, and he believes she was dead; He feels life is not living without love since he will never find love in anyone else he wants to sign up with Juliet up in heaven so they can be together once again…?? From what I can inform Othello thought Iago over his partner and utilized violence and eliminated Desdemona. Juliet was attempting to get a message to Romeo that she wasn’t dead however he missed it. Both stories both fans’ partners are dead. The violence things that occurred in Romeo and Juliet are when Romeo consumes the toxin and when Juliet stabs herself.
Othello was puzzled over his love that makes him use violence over his partner Desdemona and then regretted after he discovered the reality and end up murdering himself. Romeo eliminated himself before getting the letter that Juliet sends him and after that he utilized violence way when he consumed the toxin likewise Juliet when she saw him dead for her sake she marked herself for the sake of both fans life… The similarities in Romeo and Juliet and Othello in Romeo and Juliet, their families do not desire them to be together; this is the exact same in Othello as Brabantio is clearly very dissatisfied about his child’s marital relationship.
There is the apparent distinction that both relationships end tragically with both fans passing away. Romeo, Juliet and Othello commit suicide since they can not bear to live without their husband/wife and the distinctions is that in Romeo and Juliet never ever really question each other; Othello is driven to extreme doubts about Desdemona. Othello, it seems has never remained in love before, revealed by how his sensations appear to overwhelm him, but Romeo was formerly I love with Rosaline.