Othello And The Doll'S House

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    Henrik Ibsen’s Play a Doll’s House

    Henrik Ibsen’s play A Doll’s House is one play that led Ibsen to be the father of modern drama. Ibsen creates the theme of falseness of appearances through Nora’s contentment, Torvald’s supremacy, and Dr. Rank’s health. In the opening of the play, Nora and Torvald appear to be in boundless love with each other, and Dr. Rank is concealing his sickness from Torvald for he does not take well to any kind of ugliness. To begin, in the start of the play Nora seems to be content in Torvald possessing

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    Othello

    Clearly, Othello is guilty of misplaced trust--he believes a man whom he didn't feel was fit for the lieutenancy over his wife, and as you note, many factors contribute to the tragedy of the play. Ultimately, though, Othello is responsible for his own actions and is therefore at fault. While Othello does exercise poor judgment in whom to believe (especially for an experienced military leader), he deserves less blame for his downfall. He is a product of a prejudiced society, a society which uses

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    Othello

    Ambivalence of Human Nature Othello—one of Shakespeare’s more dreadful tragedies, tragedy of an un-heroic egotistical fool, a tragedy that shows how both good and evil are summed up within a person and how manipulation and ambivalence are stronger than love and logic together. The play opens with Othello and Desdemona, a newlywed couple in Venice and Iago, a man jealous and envious of Othello and his newly appointed lieutenant Cassio. In his jealousy, Iago destroys not only Othello and Cassio but virtually

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    A Doll's House Symbolism

    A Doll's House's Symbolism A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen was written in the late 1800’s and uses symbolism to get the writer’s ideas and descriptions across to the reader in greater detail. We will examine four of the writer’s uses of symbolism. The first is actually the title of the play and sets the stage for everything that transpires in the play. The second symbol is the Christmas tree that is brought into the first scene by Nora. The third use of symbolism that Ibsen uses is the macaroons

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    Othello

    Name: Leslie Sham Course: Eng4u Teacher: Mr. P. Emond Due Date: 16th Dec, 2009 Analytical Essay Othello is a tragedy by William Shakespeare, he wrote this masterpiece in 1603. The play mainly revolves around four central characters: Othello, the Moorish general in the Venetian army; his wife, Desdemona; his lieutenant, Cassio and his ancient, Iago. In this play, by not showing Othello at the beginning of the first scene, Shakespeare creates an uncomfortable feeling to the story. Furthermore

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    The Fighting Spirit of the Women Protagonists in the Two Novels, ‘a Doll’s House’ Written by Henrik Ibsen and ‘Yerma’ by Federico Garcia Lorca

    source of disturbance or himself to an extent that is immeasurable. This quality can be seen in the women protagonists of the two novels, namely Nora in ‘A Doll’s House’ and ‘Yerma’ in Yerma. The play ‘A Doll’s House’ is a melodrama of the nineteenth century. Henrik Ibsen has portrayed Nora Helmer, the female protagonist, as the doll of the house. In the play Nora has been constantly treated as a showpiece earlier by her father and now by her husband Trovald Helmer. She has extravagant spending habits

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    A Doll's House

    In the play, A Doll’s House, by Henrick Ibsen, the author begins by cleverly painting a picture of a beautiful couple who seem to be very much in love, and very happy. Throughout the first act, the reader is kept in the dark about the fact that Nora is being controlled, if not physically, but mentally, by her husband. Torvald, her husband, often refers to her as his “little skylark,” (1.6), and reminds her that she must not “droop her wings” (1.6) if she does not get exactly what she wants, when

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    Othello

    Yahaira Rosario Comp. II Othello Essay November 2, 2012 Old Black Ram Othello one of many of the great works of William Shakespeare and a very interesting piece of English literature considering it was written in the sixteenth century. It is the epic tale of a moor that is brought to Venice and serves as a general for the Italian army, though it is his private life away from worldly affairs which is much more interesting. Othello marries the daughter of a wealthy lord by the name of Brabantio

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    A Doll's House

    In the play, “A Doll’s House,” by Henrik Ibsen, we see a man and a woman who have a seemingly wonderful life together in their home with their children. Soon into the play, we learn the strength of her love that she has for her husband through her actions. She proves her love for Torvald by forcing her father’s signature on the promissory note, stating that she would pay back every penny that she owed from borrowing money to move her husband south to Italy when he fell ill. Throughout this story

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    Othello

    A Drama Analysis of Williams Shakespeare’s ‘Othello’ Othello: Insecurity and Jealousy Shakespeare’s, Othello, is witness that everyone, no matter their cast in society, can become vulnerable when they are brought to doubt their sense of self. As a person matures and reaches the level of adulthood, they take on many different types of responsibilities as a functioning part of society. Society characterizes its members based on how effectively they deal with their responsibilities, and furthermore

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    Othello

    OTHELLO In the tragedy Othello, written by Shakespeare in 1604, about a Moor named Othello who marries the beautiful Desdemona, causes much disdain and envy in the masses. A man named Iago deceives Othello and everyone else to manipulate for his own cause and jealousy and ultimately meets his doom when Iago’s wife spills the truth of Iago’s deceit. As Othello plays as the tragic hero, Iago plays out to be the villain, who is also very reminiscent of the devil. Iago reflects all that can be

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    A Doll’s House

    Professor Keenan   English 102- 0014   July 11, 2011 A Doll’s House The role of women has evolved since the 19th century. Generally, our social norms and outlooks on males and females have changed dramatically over time compared to the daily lives we now live. These changes have especially been more significant toward women. The only obligation women had to fulfill when Henrik Ibsen wrote A Doll’s House was to take care of the house and bring up the children. Nora does not realize her decision

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    The Role of a Mother in a Doll's House and Mother Courage

    The redefinition of a woman's role in society and the image of the maternal figure through comparison of female characters in Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll House and Bertold Brecht’s Mother Courage and her Children. Henrik Ibsen’s Nora Helmer and Bertolt Brecht’s Mother Courage present two strongly defined female heroines whose actions not only adversely affect the other characters’ lives but also suggest a fundamental problem with their societies. Both playwrights establish the macroscopic

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    Othello and the Doll's House

    Name Subject Iago, Krogstad and the Degeneration of Marital Relationships Iago and Krogstad Iago and Krogstad, while both being antagonists within their respective plays Othello and A Doll’s House, do not share many traits, nor resort to the same actions, or have the same ambitions. In fact, both can be considered to be total opposites with respect to characterization. This reflects the great change that literary conventions have undergone from the time of Shakespeare to Ibsen. Nevertheless

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    Othello

    Othello Research Paper Othello is quite an interesting tragedy; full of deception. The Moor, also known s Othello is the undisputed “hero” of our story; but his heroics are no match for the sly antagonism of the character Iago. Iago is a bitter, crafty mind that uses his political prowess and friendly swagger to deceive his victims. Desdemona has her innocence used against her and exposed for a weakness as she is blinded by what’s right in front of her. The Moor, also known as Othello

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    Othello

    The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice is a tragedy by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written in approximately 1603, and based on the Italian short story Un Capitano Moro ("A Moorish Captain") by Cinthio, a disciple of Boccaccio, first published in 1565. The work revolves around four central characters: Othello, a Moorish general in the Venetian army; his wife, Desdemona; his lieutenant, Cassio; and his trusted ensign, Iago. Because of its varied and current themes of racism, love

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    Othello

    also fully realise the extent of their own contribution to the disaster. In ‘Othello’, there are many examples of his heroic status, for instance, the many compliments he receives from various characters show that he himself is an admirable character and shows his great personality not only as a person, but as an officer too, and shows that he is possible of heroic status. Othello tells us that Brabantio; ‘…loved [Othello], oft invited [him],

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    Othello

    Literature Paper 3: Othello How are conflicts between the individual and society presented in the play, Othello? In drama terms, the definition of conflict is the opposition between characters or forces that motivates or structure the action of the plot. In Othello, the conflicts between the individual and society are manifested through the conflicts between friends and enemies, Othello’s inner conflict, cultural and racial disparities which lead to racial discrimination. In this play, society

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    Feminism in a Doll's House & Hedda Gabler

    Feminism in The Doll’s House & Hedda Gabler To an average reader, at first glance, Henrik Ibsen’s plays Hedda Gabler and A Doll’s House are just an entertaining read. However a more in-depth study of the text shows that throughout A Doll’s House and Hedda Gabler Ibsen makes use of symbols, motifs and circular conclusions to demonstrate the development of two housewives throughout the late 19th century. One of the ways that Ibsen shows this is symbolism. Throughout Hedda Gabler the symbols that

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    Doll's Huose

    The Struggle for Identity in A Doll's House A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen, is a play that was written ahead of its time. In this play Ibsen tackles women's rights as a matter of importance. Throughout this time period it was neglected. A Doll's House was written during the movement of Naturalism, which commonly reflected society. Ibsen acknowledges the fact that in 19th century life the role of the woman was to stay at home, raise the children and attend to her

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    Realism in Ibsen’s a Doll’s House and Churchill’s Top Girls

    Ibsen’s A Doll’s House and Churchill’s Top Girls Nineteen-century Europe held rigid conventionalisms of class division, social order and gender roles. Society hid behind the mask of hypocrisy in an attempt to preserve bourgeoisie’s position of power. In that concern, conceptions of ‘liberty of the spirit’[1] and ‘liberty of thought and of the human condition’[2] came to question. Thus, Henrik Ibsen drew attention to the threat to ideas of freedom and public opinion by giving life to A Doll’s House

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    A Doll's House

    1. To what country did Tovarld need to travel for his health? Torvarld traveled down south to Itlaly for a whole year because of his health. 2. From whom did Nora borrow money? Nora borrowed money from Nils Krogsted. 3. What does the black cross on Dr. Ranks’s calling card signify? The black cross on Dr. Rank’s calling card signifies that he is dying. 4. How many children do Torvald and Nora have? The Helmers have three children, Ivar, Bob, and Emmy. 5. List at least three nicknames that

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    An Analysis of 'a Doll's House'

    A Doll’s House 1. DRAMATIC STRUCTURE ‘A Doll’s House’ is widely considered by many to be Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s magnum opus. The play is tightly structured with 3 acts that take place over a short span of three days. Each act contains just one long scene. The scenes are primarily two person scenes that are interleaved with temporary entrances and quick exits by the other characters in the play. Furthermore, the play has a strong sense of unity of action, in the sense that events in

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    A Doll's House

    2013 Is Anything Really as it Seems “A Doll’s House” is a play where nothing is as it seems; the play written by Henrik Ibsen was an extremely controversial play in that time. Many thought that Ibsen wrote as part of a feminist movement but when asked about this, Ibsen said that this wasn’t so he meant it to be about humanism. He saw it as, every person has the right to be who they wanted to be no matter what their gender was. In “A Doll’s House” everyone is keeping some kind of secret from

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    Othello

    Othello, by Shakespeare, is most recognizable for the brilliant villain, Iago. While Othello is likeable, though thinly developed, the reader develops a sense of awe as Iago’s plan comes to fruition throughout the text. Iago, being a Machiavel, does not hold any inhibitions or stops to accomplish his goal, while Othello is doubtful and wavers quite a bit. The betrayal of Iago’s plot is rife with planning and cunning, and certainly drives the plot forward. Yet, there is a betrayal of Othello that

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    Discuss About the Miracle in a Doll’s House

    课程论文 FORE120009.01 现代欧美戏剧名篇赏析 Discuss about the Miracle in A Doll’s House 院 系:经济学院 专 业:国际金融系 姓 名:陈卓佩 学 号:11307100212 日 期:2013年6月6日 Abstract This article focuses on the miracle Nora mentions in Act Three of A Doll’s House. The miracle Nora hopes for “in terror and hope” is for her husband to change and accept responsibility. But Torvald’s initial reaction towards her sacrifice is panic, then

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    A Doll's House

    Abraham Smith Prof: Rennie English 102 18, May 2013 "A Doll's House" The play " A Doll's House" written by Henrik Ibsen was published on December 4, 1879. This play was first performed in Copenhagen on December 21, 1879 and sold its first eight hundred copies. The title in this play narrates the theme that symbolize the "contrast between realistic and idealistic". (English Literature & Grammar) The plot this play shows a seemingly perfect happy family but later starts to go bad when Krogstad

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    A Doll's House Essay on Nora's Character

    conscience, one for men and one quite different for women… woman is judged by masculine law.” Back in the mid 1800s, Ibsen’s view of men and women being treated by society as equals was not looked highly upon by the rest of society. However, through A Doll’s House, Ibsen portrays his views of women’s rights mainly through his leading protagonist, Nora, a woman whose character grows and develops over the course of the play, to the point that she is eventually empowered enough to leave her husband in her personal

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    Othello

    Crocco and Morgan Eddleston Mrs. Russell Advanced composition October 1, 2014 In The Tragedy of Othello, the character Emelia is oblivious to the fact that her husband, Iago, is a nefarious and jealous man who has wronged Othello and many of the other characters in the play. Towards the end of the play, she encounters an epiphany in which she realizes that her husband has deceived Othello and convinced him that his wife, Desdamona, has been unfaithful and disloyal. In the play Emelia does

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    Othello

    Nakee Mayes English46A Professor Roberts 6 November 2014 Othello William Shakespeare`s Othello is a play set in Venice. The plot is based on a story about two people who love each other dearly and the problems and conflicts they face from the start. The conflicts are, for the most part, tied in with racial issues and questions of race and loyalty. These conflicts stem from the society around the couple, as well as from the couple themselves as they too are part of this society,

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    Othello

    Aristotle’s concept of a tragic hero “William Shakespeare’s “Othello” the Moore of Venice Tragedies frequently focus on a tragic hero that has a flaw that ultimately leads to his downfall. According to Aristotle, the tragic flaw is the most important part of the hero and the events that occur in the work is a reflection of that flaw. A tragic flaw is essential in a true tragedy. In William Shakespeare’s Othello, Othello is a prime example of an Aristotelian tragic hero. His gullibility

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    A Doll's House

    Hall English 105: College Writing 12 November 2014 A Doll’s House Throughout the play A Doll’s House, there was a constant struggle between the patriarchal relationship that Nora and Helmer had and the soul mate love that they thought they had. In the time frame that the play is set in, a patriarchal relationship is very typical. Patriarchy through the male line. This basically means that the male is superior over any female. Patriarchal love is the same. The male rules over his female companion

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    Othello

    Name Course code Tutor’s name Date Othello Othello is one of the great works of Shakespeare that has intriguing experiences. Othello explores different aspects of life but the most interesting one is the aspect of jealous entangled with love. The characters act in very interesting ways that leave anyone reading the book to be always curious of what happens next. The way women have been presented in the play is a clear indication of how patriarchy had taken root in the society at that time

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    A Doll's House

    In a Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen, Nora's mind is pulled in conflicting directions by two compelling desires, that of wanting to be free while still being morally obligated to her family. For Nora's entire life, society has forced her to succumb to its expectations of a woman's role as a mother and wife, rather than to her personal desires. These repressed desires then lead to her feeling trapped and confused, considering her responsibility to her family but also her own wish to be free of this life

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    Othello

    OTHELLO’S FOCUS ON RACISM The play, Othello, by Shakespeare is a tragic play that reveals that racism played a part in why various incidents happened throughout the story. Throughout the play, there are a few cases in which Othello seems to recognize and comment on his differences from those around him. Othello is very humble and doesn’t pretend to “act” like a pompous figure and states, “Rude am I in speech,/And little blessed with the soft phrase of speech” (I.iii.81-82). This humility defines

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    Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Racism in Othello Once or twice in a lifetime, individuals go through the ordeal of racism or being alienated; in the play by William Shakespeare, Othello, the young man Othello has served the city of Venice in a number of ways ranging from emerging victorious in the wars he fought to providing other services to the same city. At the time the play was being written in the 17th century, the minority groups were considered nonentities

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    A Doll's House

    Ibsen’s play, A Doll’s House is a portrayal of a Victorian lifestyle in the 1800’s, when the men of the family were powerful figures and the women merely powerless in their own homes. Throughout the entire piece, Ibsen included many symbols to show the mistreatment of women in the Victorian era. During the 1800’s, the time period this play was based in, women had little to no control or power, merely accessories for their husbands to wear to events, “trophy wives”. In A Doll’s House, Torvald, being

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    Othello

    Othello 1. a. Point of attack: A rich man, Roderigo has been trying to win a woman Desdemona, but he finds out she has recently married Othello, who has just gain the position of lieutenant that Roderigo’s friend was in the running for. Roderigo and Iago seek out Desdemona’s father and tell him that his daughter has been forced to married Othello. b. Exposition: When Brabanzio finds out his daughter is missing he gathers people to go out and find Othello. When he finds him

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    Othello

    Othello Notes Reputation/Honour Importance of the theme of Reputation / Honour in Othello: The significant theme of reputation and honour is portrayed frequently throughout the novel Othello. Many of the characters in the novel carefully consider the consequences of their thoughts and actions in regards to their reputation and honour, making sure that they appear noble even when their actions are irrational and selfish. Such an example is shown when Iago appears to be simply stating the obvious

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    Othello

    Othello as a Tragic Hero William Shakespeare's famous tragedy Othello, the Moor of is arguably one of the finest, if not the finest, tragedies in the literary history of Western civilization. This paper discusses Othello as a tragic hero and compares him to Aristotle's concept of what a tragic hero actually is. First, we need to understand the characteristics of a so-called tragic hero as defined by the Greek critic, Aristotle. He indicates that a tragic hero must have these characteristics: (1)

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    A Doll's House

    PEnglish 102-5 March 29, 2011 A Doll’s House Nora is the main character all throughout the first act of A Doll House. She has several different qualities that both work together and against one another to build up her character in this play. The two most prominent are her as a child, and as both a manipulator and one who has been manipulated. Nora is seen as a “doll” or child throughout this play. She is treated this way because of the way she “acts”. She will clap her hands when she gets excited

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    A Doll's House

    A Doll’s House – Being More Than Just A Doll June 15, 2015 Dr. Ozichi Alimole A Doll’s House – Being More Than Just A Doll In A Doll’s House, Ibsen uses many literary conventions such as realism and symbolism to convey his message about marital inequality and the rights of individuals. His play is powerful, requiring imagination on the part of both the author and reader to experience wholly. Additionally he very effectively shows the conservative way in which women were treated and expected

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    Othello

    Elyse Carbajal ENGL 102 Professor Falwell 11/02/2015 Research Paper Othello Othello is a famous tragedy written by William Shakespeare as a Tragic Hero. The Moor is arguably one of the finest, if not the finest, tragedies in the literary history of the Western Civilization. In this paper I will discuss Othello as a tragic hero and compare his to Aristotle’s concept of what a tragic hero is actually is. The characteristic of a tragic hero is defined by the Greek critic, is determined by

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    A Doll's House

    Kandis Kresinske Dr. Hall September 21, 2015 A Doll’s House Love is Equality Imagine living inside a house where the feeling of alienation is present at all times. The same house where you have children and a husband that provides, but yet you still felt like you are living in solitude. Visualize a situation where your husband becomes deathly ill and the only way for him to heal is if you move somewhere very warm. Sounds picture perfect if you had the money to do so and there was hope that

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    Inferior Role of a Married Woman Nora in a Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen

    Inferior Role of a Married Woman Nora in A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen Mengdan Shen Theatre and Drama 120 Section 319 Ashley Bellet December 9, 2015 Before the twentieth century’s feminism movement, European females suffered from their unfair and discriminated positions in marriage and in society. In his masterpiece A Doll’s House, Henrik Ibsen creates Nora, a housewife who is dependent financially and socially on her husband, Helmer. Ibsen uses Nora’s marriage to depict and embody the

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    Othello

    Othello Is Responsible for His Own demise. Othello is a play written by William Shakespeare. Othello is the character the play is named after and is therefore the main character. The play describes how Othello is lead to believe that his wife has been unfaithful to him. This treacherous act is the work of the villain, Iago. However, as we are about to study, his demise is might be his own doing. Othello by William Shakespeare. In the play, the main character is portrayed as too trusting and

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    expected to marry. This unruly outsider is a black man by the name of Othello. In the beginning of the play, Desdemona was a strong woman who defied traditional beliefs, but as the story continues, her strength is weakened, and her relationship with her husband falls apart. This is due to the fact that a man named Iago told lies to Othello about Desdemona’s faithfulness simply because he wanted to ruin their marriage. Othello is insecure about being an outsider and chooses to believe Iago's report

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    The Use of Symbolism Inhenrick Ibsen’s Play, “a Doll’s House”

    The Use of Symbolism inHenrick Ibsen’s Play, “A Doll’s House” Henrick Ibsen has outdone himself in his play “A Doll’s House”. Ibsen has refined and fine-tuned the taste and view of his plays with the use of different techniques, among them being Symbolism. Symbolism is among the most common techniques used in drama. Symbolism is the use of symbols to represent ideas and qualities, in an artistic and poetic style. It uses images, and indirect suggestions to express mystical ideas, emotions, suggestions

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    Criticle Analysis of a Doll's House

    Critical Analysis of "A Doll's House" by Henrik Ibsen Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House was a controversial play for its time because it questioned society's basic rules and norms. Multiple interpretations can be applied to the drama, which allows the reader to appreciate many different aspects of the play. This paper examines how both Feminist and Marxist analyses can be applied as literary theories in discussing Ibsen's play because both center on two important subject matters in the literary work:

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    Othello

    Othello - An Aristotelian Tragedy When distinguishing the characteristics of an Aristotelian tragedy, Aristotle writes that there are certain qualities that define Othello as a tragic hero. These qualities include; 1. Must come from nobility, the protagonist must fall from power and from happiness. 2. Hamartia which is the tragic hero is fallible, and his downfall is the result. Whatever the characters' fatal weakness is that brings him to a bad end. 3.Peropeteia which is a reversal of fortune

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