Iago who many people perceived to be an honest man when it couldn't be further from the truth and in Othello's cased it proved to be a deadly mistake for trusting him. It is very interesting in the way Iago was able to live such a drastic double life which I will explain in the way he did it by the way he presented himself, what made him so effective at manipulating people, why was his hatred for Othello so strong, and what do characters, besides Othello think of Iago. Iago was able to make create such an elaborate lie and execute his plan because of his pure hatred for Othello, this hatred was so great because there were multiple factors that were causing his ill will towards the Moor. Othello's appointing of Cassio as his lieutenant is what initially triggered these feelings towards him. There were several reasons Cassio's appointment enraged Iago to the point of madness, first Cassio was a Florentine and Iago found it despicable that a Florentine could and would be named lieutenant to the general of Venice.
Napoleon Bonaparte is easily the most eager, intelligent, charismatic, successful, and hardest working leader of all time. Napoleon was the most detail oriented and dominant person I knew. Due to these traits he became a phenomenally successful leader. Napoleon was also very charismatic. He always had a special charm, which resulted in him climbing the “military ladder” so quickly, so to speak.
Or was it maybe that he, and the British Union of Fascists were fighting a losing battle from the beginning, not based on the ideology of fascism being alien to British traditions but a lack of fortune in his favour, with regards to the economy and propaganda, as well as Britain’s political structure being unique compared to other Countries as both Parliament and Monarchy work together? What were the real factors behind Mosley finding it easier ‘ to borrow the Mussolini’s black-shirts as a party uniform, than to recreate the political circumstances that had permitted the Fascist seizure of power in
[para causative]). On the one hand, some historians claim that the League of Nations was a failure from the start. To begin with, it was to closely linked to the Treaty of Versailles, which was regarded by many as unfair. In fact, they thought it was an organization set up for the victorious powers, a “winner’s only club”. Italians and Germans in Czechoslovakia and Poland felt disappointed.
To find ourselves dishonorable graves.” Referring that Caesar was better than them and that Cassius wanted to be Caesar. Another more direct example of Cassius’s jealousy is in the same place when he says “Did I the tired Caesar- and this man is now become a god, and Cassius is a wretched creature and must bend his body if Caesar carelessly but nod on him” (1.2.115-118). This quote is showing that Cassius was jealous of how people practically worshiped Caesar and Cassius wishes they were worshiping him. Document T also provides a clear statement from Cassius showing his jealousy, “Ye gods! It doth amaze me, A man of such a feeble temper should So get the start of the majestic world, And bear the palm alone” (1.2.127-130).
This then leads up to Casca who is another character that is jealous of Caesar. He feels sickened by the way Caesar controls the commoners. Casca then agrees with what Cassius had said about Brutus being an important part of the conspiracy. He says “O, he sits high in all the people’s hearts / And that which would appear offense in us, / His countenance, like richest alchemy, / Will change to virtue and worthiness” (I.iii.157-160) Out of all the conspirators, Brutus is the only one who doesn’t take part in the killing of Caesar out of jealousy. He acts as Caesar’s friend and along with Caesar, has a powerful position in Rome.
Othello is a nobleman, a decorated soldier, very well respected by his men... ... middle of paper ... ...ortant. Because of racism, Othello becomes much more vulnerable to manipulation and is easily tricked by Iago. Racism assures that Othello will remain isolated from his peers while Iago tinkers with his mind by separating him from his white peers and making him the outsider. Although Othello is not solely the tragedy of racism, it truly could not be a tragedy without the negative pressures from
In this question I am going to answer the question, ‘explain why each of the ‘big 3’ was dissatisfied with the treaty of Versailles’. The treaty was a formal compromise. It was written by David Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau and Woodrow Wilson to punish Germany for the damage to Versailles in France. David Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau and woodrow wilson was called the big three because they’re the main people in charge of creating the treaty of Versailles. Italy is part of the big three but was not that important because Italy's experience in World War One was disastrous and ended with the insult of her 'reward' at the Versailles Settlement in 1919.
It was humiliating for them, something Mussolini could not stand for and had to repair. Another reason was that Mussolini craved a powerful empire, similar to the Roman Empire Italy had once had, and annexation into Abyssinia could have been the first step of this. Also, Italy had been left disappointed by the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 as Italy had received very little territory or reparations, despite being on the side of the allied powers and several battles during World War I taking place in Italy. This attack was not
Therefore,the result that noneof the previous Italians leaders could ever achieve including Mazzini. He also received a supporter from german since they offered to get back venetia for piedmont,the 7weeks war. The French victory in helping popepius ix to regain his position in rome in 1849 leading to dreams for unification blown away. This is clear that diplomatic strategy applied by cavour had made him more successful than Mazzini. On the other hand,Mazzini was not success because of he disliked cavour’s policy that believed the Italians should act their own account.