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He was African, a great soldier, living in Venice, middle-aged, married to Desdemona.
There is no novel of Othello, actually. The famous Othello is a play by Shakespeare. Plays are not novels. If Othello was white, Othello wouldn't have been insecure, his relationship with Desdemona wouldn't be disapproved of and Iago might have hated Othello less. That is, of course assuming that Othello is white and so is everybody else. If Othello were white and everyone else was black, the story would be much the same because Othello's insecurity stems from his feeling of otherness, his feeling that he was different from everyone else. Othello has in fact been staged in this way, with a black cast and a white Othello. It has also been staged with actors playing Othello who are not black but are different from the rest in some other way.
The climax of Othello is when Othello goes into Desdemona's room to kill her.
The full title of the Shakespeare play often called "Othello" is "The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice." There are operas and other musical pieces based on the story and in some of these the name is spelled "Otello."
Othello kills himself with a knife. In some productions, he stabs himself with a dagger IN THE THROAT! Others have him stabbing himself abdominally.
Brabantio thought that Othello had used magic to get Desdemona to marry him. This was based on the highly racist assumptions that a) Othello was so ugly that no woman could possibly love him without some love potion, and b) Othello was from some weird foreign background where people probably used love potions all the time.
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They had a good relationship - Othello trusted Cassio and Cassio respected Othello
The address of the Othello Branch Library is: 101 E. Main Street, Othello, 99344 1039
Othello is the black man who was a main character in Shakespeare's play Othello.
Othello is the moor of Venice.
NO! Othello is DEFINITELY a tragedy.
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Emilia stole it for him.
Othello from Shakespeare's Othello? He was a man, didn't have a husband. Had a wife though: Desdemona.
Brabantio warns Othello that if his daughter, Desdemona, deceived him in order to marry Othello, then she can just as easily deceive Othello.
The same way I would describe any other Othello. Othello is still Othello no matter what clothes you put him in.
Desdemona slept with Othello in the play. And despite what Othello thought, he was the only guy she slept with.
Roderigo wants to marry Desdemona, so he dislikes Othello who has married her instead. Iago dislikes Othello because he has promoted Cassio to lieutenant rather than Iago and also because, for some reason, Iago thinks Othello slept with Iago's wife Emilia.