Evidently, Iago manipulates the people around him by using their weaknesses, Roderigo’s naivete, Cassio’s trusting nature, and Othello’s insecurity, against them. First of all, Iago uses Roderigo’s gullible and naive personality to his advantage. Roderigo’s obsession and lust for Desdemona. Initially, Iago dupes Roderigo of his fortune, he convinces him that the gold and jewels will be given to Desdemona as a proclamation of his love when actually, Iago plans to keep it to himself. Iago states: “Thus do I ever make fool my purse” ( I.iii.374).
He gained many followers by manipulation and helped them all hit rock bottom, and by doing so they are able to destroy their false self and over, because only when you have reached an all time low you will not have anywhere else to go but up, his belief was once you hit bottom that when you can truly achieve perfection. His motivation for everything was to help everyone find their true self and get rid of their consumerist materialist self. Siddhartha is searching for the same thing, to find his true self, but compared to Tyler Siddhartha has a completely different way of finding his goal. Siddhartha went on search for wisdom. He left his home on a search because he felt his parents and teachers had taught him everything they could offer him.
Female are always integrated as pathetic victim of men for revenge, self indulgence and entertainment since ancient times. Zeus molester and made Leda his sexual victim. Yeats used the words like “staggering girl,” “her helpless breast” and “her loosening thighs” to reflect how pathetic Leda was? Leda was cemented in the circumstances where she was the lady abducted by the god (swan), yet she was unexpected to do that. In Yeats said“her nape caught in his bill,” reflects the situation that leda was forced to get sexually intimate by the swan.
Seeing her miserable was his happiness. Finding every moment he could to scare or startled her, showed him he had power, and that Deliah was going nowhere, because he lured her in by his deceiving and unworthy behavior. Deliah is broken down; hands drowned in pain and soaked in sweat from all the hard work she’s put in her home and relationship. Sad
At the same time he is directing the rest of the cast down a dark and tragic path. Self-preservation and self-promotion are Iago’s main goals. His amorality allows his him to embark on accomplishing these ideals by lying, stealing and eventually murdering the ones around him. He is an artist of words, able to manipulate people with his “silver tongue.” In the beginning of Act I the reader gets their first glimpse at Iago in action, as he is confronted by Roderigo about his misappropriation of the funds that were given to him to win Roderigo “favor” with Desdemona. Iago is able to skirt the issue and convince him of where his loyalties lie, “I follow to serve my turn upon him.
Introduce me to your friends, But wait does it all still depend? On anything, do you even think I’m worth it? Why do you even do this to me? You keep me out of touch, and you put me in my place. And you sit back and laugh in my face, you go through such trials and tribulation, to protect your stupid reputation.
As the movie comes to a close, Bart shoots General Lamar outside of the Grumman’s Chinese Theater, and as a final message he tells people of all color and nations to get along and live in harmony. The main message of this movie is to make fun of the western genre of films. Mel Brooks is worldly known for his creation of many different film genres and films, and Blazing Saddles hold up to that claim in some people’s opinion one of the funniest films made by brooks. The trailer for this movie would appeal to viewers about 13 and older. By previewing the movie it looks like a western comedy.
Iago uses lies and tricks to plant into Othello's head that his innocent wife has committed adultery. "-beware, my lord, of jealousy; it is the green-ey'd monster"(3.3.165-171).Iago tell this to Othello, Iago knows this better than anyone, but he doesn't take his own advice. Iago dose not stop until Othello feels the same overpowering jealousy that Iago feels. Iago sets Cassio up at the man Othello's wife Desdemona is sleeping with, destroying an innocent man's reputation. His skillful tactics of planting this plot expand throughout he whole play into much larger issues.
Orgon is able to finally see Tartuffe’s lies and hypocrisy, but it is too late as Tartuffe has accused Orgon of wrongdoings to the King. Yet in the end, justice prevails as the King decides to punish Tartuffe instead of Orgon. It is as the King says, “he sees into our inmost hearts/And can't be fooled by any trickster's arts.” The King recognizes that Tartuffe is a liar and schemer