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I can't believe that Othello fell for my plan! He killed Desdemona like the savage he is, and simply showed everyone that he wasn't, in fact, a model Venetian like he claimed to be! Now, everyone can praise me as the model Venetian!
Gasp! Iago was the antagonist the whole time! Maybe Iago was the true villain the whole time and not Othello!
Bryan Reynolds here, author of "Venetian Ideology or Transversal Power? Iago's Motives and the Means." Such was the case in Shakespeare's Othello. All problems can be traced to Iago's jealousy of Othello, since Othello was regarded more highly than Iago. To fix this, he devised a plan to lead to the downfall of Othello, which was realized by the audience only after the play was over. Neither man was a "model Venetian", but Othello was most certainly the more respectable man.
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