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"Othello": The Difference between Professional and Sexual Jealousy as They Affect the Play
Many of the characters in "Othello" were jealous of other people's possessions. There are only two types of jealousy in the play, sexual and professional. Roderigo, Othello, and Bianca were sexually jealous. Iago was both professionally and sexually jealous. Jealousy was a major idea of Othello since it lurked within so many of the characters and greatly affected the plot.
Roderigo was sexually jealous of Othello because he wanted Desdemona. His jealousy was revealed the earliest in the play. The play was opened by Roderigo's lines of "(Tush,) never tell me! I take it much unkindly / That…
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