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Speech on Jealousy in Othello
The Green Eyed Monster.
No other monster is as terrifying.
It fangs go deeper than Dracula's.
Unlike the Werewolf, its malevolent form haunts you not only at night, but every hour of the day, every second.
But what makes it more terrifying, of course, is that it's real. Everyone at some stage falls victim to jealousy. Shakespeare's Othello gives us a glimpse of what 17th Century English society thought about Jealousy as a motivating force.
Good afternoon students and teachers.
In 17th Century England, in a society that believed in the devil and of eternal damnation, jealousy is described…
- David Copperfield is a novel of "Passionate jealousy, sniveling hypocrisy, cold hearted, sexual degradation, sexual exploitaion and much morefff
- Iago the Con from Othello
- Speech on Jealousy in Othello
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