Irony in Othello

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Irony in Othello により Mind Map: Irony in Othello

1. Thesis

2. The aspect to consider is the ironies of the play, and how the characters virtues as multifaceted people are portrayed; the extremes between who the the characters think of themselves as and how they turn out to be: Liars in opposition to honest men and women, chaste women in opposition to whores, racial views in opposition to honorable hardworking men.

3. Racism

3.1. Towards Othello

3.1.1. Skura

3.1.2. Gilbert

3.2. Play Quotes

3.2.1. “O, sir, content you./ I follow him to serve my turn upon him:/ We cannot all be masters, nor all masters/ Cannot be truly follow'd. You shall mark/ Many a duteous and kneecrooking knave,/ That doting on his own obsequious bondage/ Wears out his time, much like his master's ass,” (I.i.42-48)

3.2.2. "Even now, now, very now, an old black ram/ Is topping your white ewe." (I.i.94-95)

4. Innocence Vs Infedelity

4.1. Othello

4.1.1. Gilbert

4.2. Desdemona

4.2.1. Cassal

4.2.2. Gilbert

4.3. Emilia

4.3.1. Cassal

4.3.2. Cassal

4.4. Play Quotes

4.4.1. Othello being warned by Brabantio: "Look to her, Moor, if thou hast eyes to see; /She has deceiv'd her father, and may thee" (I.iii.292-293).

4.4.2. “She must change for youth: when she is sated with his body, she will find the error of her choice: she must have change, she must: therefore put money in thy purse.” (I.iii.349-353)

5. Lies Vs Trust

5.1. Iago

5.1.1. Swan

5.1.2. Gilbert

5.1.3. Gilbert

5.1.4. Gilbert

5.2. Othello

5.2.1. Swan

5.2.2. Gilbert

5.3. Play quotes

5.3.1. “Now, I do love her too;/ Not out of absolute lust, though peradventure” (I.ii.299-300)

5.3.2. “Or failing so, yet that I put the Moor/ At least into a jealousy so strong/ That judgment cannot cure. Which thing to do,/If this poor trash of Venice, whom I trash/...I'll have our Michael Cassio on the hip,/Abuse him to the Moor in the rank garb--/For I fear Cassio with my night-cap too--/Make the Moor thank me, love me and reward me./For making him egregiously an ass/And practising upon his peace and quiet/Even to madness”(I.ii.309-319)