Othello, Acts II-IV - Winthrop

Othello, Acts II-IV - Winthrop

Othello, Acts II-IV The complications Terms

Freytags pyramid Rising action Complication(s) Irony

Hamartia vs. tragic flaw The action of a tragedy (Freytags Pyramid) What are the sources of conflict in Othello?

How do self-government and self-fashioning figure into the complications? How does Iago cause complications? How do the main plot and the sub-plot work together? Whats the deal with the handkerchief?

How are women portrayed? Evidence for how Desdemona is portrayed Evidence for how Emilia is portrayed Bianca Vives, Education of a Christian Woman

What will bring about Othellos downfall? Tragic flawtheory that there is something in the hero that brings about her/his downfall. Implication is that its in her/his control to change this. Hamartia Aristotelian termthe weakness, error, misstep, bad judgment, or whatever

that brings the hero down. Integral to his/her charactermay not necessarily be a bad thing but has a tragic result

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