hating u Essay

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The fact that Othello is from a foreign land and might feel like an outcast (his race) adds to his insecurities. He might even at some points think Desdemona is too good for him which might lead to him believing she has been with Cassio who is younger and better looking than him. Pride is also one of Othello’s weaknesses because he thinks that he cannot live up to his wife's expectations and her position in society. Othello and Desdemona are pretty happy and in love at the beginning of the play but later Othello becomes convinced that his faithful wife is cheating on him. We know that Iago manipulates Othello with his lies about Desdemona, but Iago never actually offers up any real proof that Desdemona is cheating. Othello's suspicions stop being suspicions and become, in his mind, truths which lead him to his irrational actions. This suggests that Othello is gullible and trusts the wrong people and he starts to think the worst about his wife. I don't think there was even time for Desdemona to be unfaithful to Othello since the play occurred in a few days. Othello and Desdemona had just been married and it was too early in their marriage for Desdemona to be unfaithful to Othello. I don't think it would be possible for Desdemona to meet up with Cassio because she didn't love him and had
The fact that Othello is from a foreign land and might feel like an outcast (his race) adds to his insecurities. He might even at some points think Desdemona is too good for him which might lead to him believing she has been with Cassio who is younger and better looking than him. Pride is also one of Othello’s weaknesses because he thinks that he cannot live up to his wife's expectations and her position in society. Othello and Desdemona are pretty happy and in love at the beginning of the play but later Othello becomes convinced that his faithful wife is cheating on him. We know that Iago manipulates Othello with his lies about Desdemona, but Iago never actually offers up any real proof that Desdemona is cheating. Othello's suspicions stop being suspicions and become, in his mind, truths which lead him to his irrational actions. This suggests that Othello is gullible and trusts the wrong people and he starts to think the worst about his wife. I don't think there was even time for Desdemona to be unfaithful to Othello since the play occurred in a few days. Othello and Desdemona had just been married and it was too early in their marriage for Desdemona to be unfaithful to Othello. I don't think it would be possible for Desdemona to meet up with Cassio because she didn't love him and had
The fact that Othello is from a foreign land and might feel like an outcast (his race) adds to his insecurities. He might even at some points think Desdemona is too good for him which might lead to him believing she has been with Cassio who is younger and better looking than him. Pride is also one of Othello’s weaknesses because he thinks that he cannot live up to his wife's expectations and her position in society. Othello and Desdemona are pretty happy and in love at the beginning of the play but later Othello becomes convinced that his faithful wife is cheating on him. We know that Iago manipulates Othello with his lies about Desdemona, but Iago never actually offers up any real proof that Desdemona is cheating. Othello's suspicions stop being suspicions and become, in his mind, truths which lead him to his irrational actions. This suggests that Othello is gullible and trusts the wrong people and he starts to think the worst about his wife. I don't think there was even time for Desdemona to be unfaithful to Othello since the play occurred in a few days. Othello and Desdemona had just been married and it was too early in their marriage for Desdemona to be unfaithful to Othello. I don't think it would be possible for Desdemona to meet up with…