Considered as the most painful and moving, at the same time, most powerful of Shakespeare's great tragedies, Othello, the play, trace the fall of a proud, dignified, but irresolute and vindictive Othello. He is a mere victim of lago, the most impressively evil and diabolical lago.
The plot is simple- love turning sour by unfounded jealosy, lago uses this weakness of Othello as he convinces him of the infidelity of his young and beautiful wife Desdimona. The enraged Othello Kills her, only to find later the truth and finally kills his own self as a punishment.
Set throught in a domstic atmosphere, the play highlights the hairline gap that always exists between reality and appearance. On its way, it drives home themes like the challenges the confront trust, honesty, reputaion and patriarchy.
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