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Talk about the devil setting himself on fire.
In this essay I will be comparing and contrasting the theme of temptation and the tempter (sin/error) and downfall (the consequences of sin/error) presented in the narratives Dr Faustus and Othello. In both narratives the protrayal of the tempter is not so much of an evil decietful villain, but infact seems to be the representation or manifestation of the heroes supressed thoughts, in Othello's case; his insecurities. In a sense the villians represent a bit of doppleganger versions of the tragic heroes. The temptation is epitomized as willful self dellusion or self deception leading our he…
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