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Othello's hamartia is the strong trust he places in an undeserving man. Othello takes Iago at his word, believing there is no need for him to verify things himself. As a result, he is blind to his demise as Iago strings him on a path of lies.
Othello has a strong sense of self-confidence allowing him to take great pride in his relationships (Iago and Desdemona). This causes him to put a lot of trust in those around him as he feels they are there to entertain and protect him. Ultimately, this makes him vulnerable and it causes him great pain when wronged by those he is close with.
Othello begins as the Moor of Venice. Through his dependency on the antagonist of the story, Othello ultimately ends up dead.
Iago's wife reveals how the handkerchief ended up in Cassio's possession. Othello realizes he was wrong in killing Desdemona and believed the wrong person. He concludes that he loved "not wisely but too well," and he commits suicide.
Iago represents the enemy in the story. He works against Othello by creating the illusion that Desdemona is cheating on him with Cassio. Iago does this in order to overtake Cassio's position. It ultimately leads to the demise of Othello.