The Theme in "Othello" by William Shakespere
The theme of love is woven throughout the story of "Othello", in many forms. Othello's love of Desdemona, Cassio's love of Othello, Rodrigo's love for Desdemona, Iago's supposed love of his wife, but more importantly his love of his own fortune. These are but a few of the forms of love that steer and guide the reader through love's perils. All in all, though, there seems to be one theme that pervades the entire story of The Moore fighting for Venice: Blind love will be man's undoing.
The easiest proof of man's undoing at the hand of love is in the form of Othello and Desdemona. …
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