Tragic story board of Othello
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Othello: part 1
Othello: Part 2
Othello: Part 3
The play takes starts in Venice. The Moor-General, Othello, secretly marries a nobleman's daughter, Desdemona. They do this without the blessing of the nobleman, Brabantio.
Othello: Part 4
Othello and Desdemona are attempting to build a life together. However, their relationship is sabotaged by the envious friend, Iago, who convinces Othello that Desdemona is unfaithful to him. Othello is first sure of Desdemona's genuine love but then hesitates under Iago's wickedry.
Othello: Part 5
Othello is sent to defend the Island of Cyprus from Turkish Invaders. Iago tells the audience them his plan to split up Desdemona and Othello in the form of a soliloquy. Part of the plan includes getting Cassio, a lieutenant, fired from his position by getting him madly drunk and making him look like a fraud.
Othello: Part 6
Iago plants a strawberry-dotted handkerchief of Desdemona’s in Cassio’s room to make it appear that the two have been together. Othello finally believes Iago, and vows that he will not stop until he has his revenge.
Othello smothers Desdemona with a pillow which suffocates her, and Iago attempts to kill Cassio. However, Emilia, Iago's wife, exposes his plan. She hints that Iago was behind all this; this makes Othello unable to take his life anymore.
Othello kills himself and Iago is taken away to be tortured. The reader is left with disbelief and despair, but some satisfaction that Iago has had justice been brought upon him. This is how we know it is a tragedy. Almost everyone dies.
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