1. Summarize the events that lead to Lago’s unmasking.
The occasions that prompt Iago’s unmasking was brought out by all the lies he told. All through the whole play Iago needed reprisal. Iago made issues amongst Othello and Desdemona, and amongst Roderigo and Cassio. At the same time, he influenced himself to look fair and just. He additionally influenced himself to appear as though everybody’s partner. In the wake of setting this all up, he can unmask himself and his designs, he has won his retribution regardless of what happens. What’s more, at last, he couldn’t care less on the off chance that he meets his demise or is rebuffed, claiming he has accomplished his objective.
2. In your interpretation of the play, exactly what impels Othello to kill Desdemona?
In my understanding of the play, I trust that a mix of nauseate and envy actuates Othello to kill Desdemona. It is obvious that Othello is appalled by moves he supposes Desdemona made when he says, “she turned to folly, and she was a whore”. Othello likewise asserts “O, she was foul!” The implications of the two statements are additionally enhanced through Othello’s tone.
Alongside disgust, Othello likewise hints at envy by saying “Tis pitiful. But yet Iago knows that she with Cassio hath the act of shame a thousand times committed. Cassio confessed it; And she did gratify his amorous works with that recognizance and pledge of love which I first gave her. I saw it in his hand; It was a handkerchief, an antique token my father gave my”. This statement demonstrates that Othello was disturbed by the fact that Desdemona could without much of a stretch give away such an important fortune and, to the point that he was envious she offered it to his right-hand man, Cassio.
3. Jealousy? Desire for revenge? Excess idealism? A wish to be a public avenger who punishes, “else he’ll betray more men”?
I think the reason he executed Desdemona was on personal grounds. I trust he did it because of outrage and retribution. He cherished her so much and when he heard the stories from Iago he was profoundly harmed and amazingly incensed. I think he said that he needed to kill her so that she wouldn’t go to double-cross other men similarly as a conceal and although it may have been the main reason that drove him to kill his wife. Othello kisses Desdemona twice as she dies and after that yet again when he discovers reality and kills himself since he adored her and acknowledged he couldn’t live with himself.
4. What do you understand by Othello’s calling himself “one that loved not wisely but too well” (V, ii, 354)
At the point when Othello asserted to have not loved shrewdly but rather too well, he is talking about Desdemona’s supposed cheating on him. Since he trusts Iago and Roderigo’s bogus allegations of Desdemona and Cassio’s relations, he views himself as imprudent, however he loved her a considerable measure which persuaded that he cherished her well.
5. In your view, does Othello’s long speech in V, ii, 348-366 succeed in restoring his original dignity and nobility? Do you agree with Cassio (V, ii, 372) that Othello was “great of heart”?
I trust Othello’s discourse brings a slight feeling of respect and respectability again into his character. Othello acknowledges what he has done and how he was deceived, yet in the meantime he knows that Desdemona’s death was his own doing. He likewise tells the public looking on that they should talk about him as he seems to be, and not to over glamorize the circumstance.
I concur with what Cassio states since Othello was a decent individual on the most fundamental level who had a brief lack of foresight. Additionally. for somebody to state this subsequent to everything that was done to him demonstrates that he really implied what he was stating.