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Othello, the tragic hero
Along with Hamlet, King Lear, and Macbeth, Othello is one of four Shakespeare's greatest play that deals with tragedies. More than anything else, what distinguishes Othello from its great tragedies appears in the role of its villain, Iago. Iago is a character who essentially writes the play's main plot, takes a key part in it, and gives the direction to others, especially, to the noble moor, Othello. In Shakespeare's classic drama, "Othello, the Moore of Venice," Othello is a classic example of Aristotle's theory of a tragic hero- a great man of noble birth, with a high position in his soc…
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