Line 329. The interesting part about this line is that Iago sees his evil plan as a “monstrous birth to light” Act 1. Sc 3. Line 12. that he will bring forward and succeed with. He states that he should make Othello believe that his wife, Desdemona, is having an affair with Cassio to get into Cassio’s
First importantly in the Student Code Of Conduct.weapons are very bad things they can injure you badly or they might even kill you.Weapons can also be illegal and you must need a license to use them.Anything can be considered a weapon if you harm someone for example guns,bats,ice picks, grenades etc.This is why i think weapons is a important rule in the Student Code Of Conduct. Secondly will be bullying. Bullying is a very big problem in America.Tens of Thousands of kids commit suicide every year because of bullying. It really affects another kids life to get taunted and made fun of. Bullying can be considered name calling racist remarks etc.
• In Act 2 Scene 3, after the brawl has happened between Cassio, Roderigo and Montano, Iago is put in a position of power when he is asked to speak about what happened to cause this brawl, he pretends as though it hurts him to tell of what Cassio did but in reality we know that he is lying and is manipulating Othello. • After the brawl, Iago talks to Cassio and advises him to go and ask for Desdemonas help to get his position back, Iago says: Our generals wife is now
Iago manipulates Othello. Iago leads Othello to believe that his trustworthy lieutenant is having an affair with his wife, Desdemona. Cassio is innocent, but is also controlled by Iago. Iago leads Cassio to loose Othello’s trust, and this allows Iago to create lies to tell Othello about him. Once Othello begins to believe Iago’s lies, Iago realizes the control he has over him.
In the beginning of the play, Iago explains to Roderigo that Othello and Desdemona will be undone by his wit. As he states it, separating Othello and Desdemona becomes a challenge to him and the forces of evil: If sanctimony and a frail vow betwix an erring barbarian and a supersublte Venetian be not too hard for my wits and all the tribe of hell, thou shalt enjoy her. Iago uses his wit, his scheming or cunning, to make Cassio lose his credibility in Othello's eyes, initially by coercing Cassio to lose control at the party and begin to fight. Then by making it appear that Desdemona is having a secret romance with Cassio. There were a few things that led to his downfall.
Here O’Connor hints that the family may come in contact with the criminal The Misfit because they seem to have a mutual destination. The author also briefly mentions the criminal’s previous crimes as, “What it says he did to these people” (943). This gives readers a clue that what happened to “those people” may also happen to the family as well. Another example of foreshadowing is when the family is confronted by The Misfit, he says, “but it would have been better for all of you, lady, if you hadn’t reckernized me.” (950). Here The Misfit indicates that he is going to kill the family because they have seen him and verified his identity.
This went against the leader and soon enough Kirov had been murdered, adding to the terror of the people .Whilst some rejected Stalin’s involvement completely, arguing that Stalin was angry about Kirov’s assassination and set out to catch his murderers. However, regardless of who killed Kirov, there were many years of terror and suppression to follow as a consequence of his death. Stalin had a right to be paranoid and as Bukharin commented in 1938, “the situation could only be saved by his (Stalin’s) removal. Many influential members of the central committee were of this opinion ” Stalin was losing followers and Kirov had been approached by party members as a potential new leader, Stalin was losing his support, for him the only way he could change this was to stamp out the opposition in the party and outside the party. This was “The Purges”.
The main one being that hatred, the want of control/power, and violence are the key elements to the destruction of a society. But when destruction comes to a society and everything is gone. The people will split up and go separate ways. It is till when, that happens the whole cycle will start again. Hatred is a dominate emotion people feel for one another based on many reasons.
He also acts upon his jealousy by formulating a plan to get Cassio fired. “If I can fasten but one cup upon him…He’ll be as full of quarrel and offense as my young mistress’ dog,” (II, iii, line 49). Here he tries to get Cassio fired by getting him drunk so he will make a fool of himself. These quotes only further prove that at first Iago was friends with Othello but through his jealousy his character needed revenge and brought out his inner evil. Another character that shows signs of jealousy is Rodergio.
The other option would be to not avenge his father and suffer the consequences in purgatory, Hamlet states, “Till the foul crimes done in my days of the nature/ Are burnt and purged away”. By selecting whichever of these options, Hamlet seals his fate in either the mortal world or the afterlife. Hamlet’s decision to kill Claudius ends up “damning” him, and unfortunately, everyone else involved. In this tragedy, it is clear that Hamlet’s actions have predetermined outcomes. Hamlet was destined to be damned the moment he was asked to avenge his father.