The Downfall of Othello
The Failure of Othello in the play appears to be strong and brave. He is a combination of achievement and weakness. Othello is intelligent and confident in military matters but socially insecure, one of the reasons that result in his failure. Othello is uncomfortable and protective about his difference from other Venetians. He sometimes even speak about himself as an outsider. He is various from those around him, due to his origins and his life history. More significantly, he is noticeably various due to the color of his skin, due to being a Black among white people, which is viewed as wickedness, while white is viewed as pureness and innocent.
Despite the fact that he wins Desdemona’s heart with his story and tale but deep inside he does not believe that his words would win her. Othello’s inexperience deteriorates his self-confidence. Iago discovers it simple to drive Othello to jealousy and believe that Desdemona likes another male, due to the fact that he currently feels that her love for him is too great to be real. Othello sees Cassio as the man who a lot of Venetian females would like to wed and as the guy she would rely on if she stopped enjoying her other half.
He is waiting for the dream to come to an end, for Desdemona to decide that she has slipped up in weding him. His awkward becomes a weak point that Iago utilizes to control him. Othello is lack of judgment. He lets his guard down after getting to Cyprus. He believes the Turks are defeated, and there disappears enemy. Iago utilizes his honest track record and starts with the believable recommendations in building up Othello’s jealousy. For that reason, after listening to “Honest” Iago’s innuendo, whatever he sees leads to the conclusion that Desdemona has an affair behind his back with Cassio.
Othello places excessive faith in the one he thinks about as a friend, Iago, who is complete with covert jealousy for Cassio’s position and the rumor about his partner, Amelia, and Othello. Iago easily benefits from Othello’s trust and plants the jealousy in Othello’s mind. Othello is likewise full with male pride. He does not think his own other half. He selects to trust Iago’s opinion above his wife’s and his own. He has no reason to expect that Desemona is truly unfaithful, just Iago’s lies which he holds to heart. He never question Cassio about his suspicious.
Nevertheless, he asks Amelia, who tells him that Desdemona is faithful, which he does not trust her word, because his belief that females are wicked and untrustworthy. His male pride causes him to trust what Iago states and nobody else. Iago just puts a couple of words of tip and innuendo into Othello’s mind, makes him think that he is betrayed and lets Othello does the rest actions, falling under Iago’s trap, judging, violating and eliminating Desdemona. The downfall is largely affected by Iago, but Othello was extremely responsible for his own downfall as he was easily manipulated by Iago.
The majority of the causes are his own flaws. His insecurity damages his marriage life for Othello does not wholeheartedly think that he has actually won Desdemona with his terrific story and that his better half truly enjoys and is royal him. Othello’s lack of judgment is a benefit for Iago to develop trap, then has Othello challenges himself with his own judgment and finish up everything. Othello damages the very best of himself with his own weak point. After recognizing his own error, he judges himself and carries out execution to die with his beloved.