The Psychoanalytic Perspective in Relation to Iago
There are a number of perspectives that a critic can use to interpret a work of literature. One perspective, the psychological approach, deals with interpreting the text by using what is known about psychology. Some critics will try and understand the writers while, "still other critics employ methods of Freudian psychoanalysis to understand not only the writers themselves such as Shakespeare but the literary characters they create" (DiYanni 635). In Shakespeare's play, "The Tragedy of Othello," a critic might want to use the psychoanalytic approach to help understand Iago. To do this…
- Iago the Con. Othelllo
- The Psychoanalytic Perspective in Relation to Iago
- What is Iago? -- as distinct from what he pretends to be -- and what are his motives?
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