I will talk about the he five main characters of this play and they are all encased with jealousy in their own way. He also plans to make Othello believe that Desdemona has power to be devious with himself as well. If one event is isolated from the rest, the thematic desire is lost. Othello demonstrates his noble nature when confronted by Brabantio. While his many accusations are unbelievable, they present motive and a pathological desire to ruin these people's lives for specific reasons. There is a void in their lives that they believe can be filled if only the status or the treasures that another has belonged to them. By and by he swears action, and Iago vows to help him.
Othello shows his integrity by willing to be sentenced to death if these accusations were found to be true. He was a successful soldier ranked very highly in the king's army with many people like Cassio and Iago under his command. This is not absent in Othello and is shown constantly throughout the play. This was brought on by a simple persuasion of Iago, the evil character in the play. He totally succeeds in his goals despite his own miserable fate.
He uses his experience of fighting in the battlefields to woo Desdemona and to gain her love. All three characters Iago, Othello, and Roderigo had such cases and in the end dealt with different conflicts and outcomes. In the argument we learn that the two were hatching a plan to steal Desdemona's affections from Othello and have her married to Rodrigo. It is only when the events are looked at as a whole that the actual theme is obtained. Love links the ideas of jealousy and deception, as Iago manipulates this strong emotion to his advantage. The story tells about powerful general in the Venetian Army. He hath a person and a smooth dispose To be suspected, framed to make women false.
This tragedy is mostly based upon Iago's suggestion of an affair between Othello's wife, Desdemona, and the lieutenant Cassio. Iago first states that he hates Othello for passing him over for a promotion but he hears rumors that his wife Emilia might have had a fling with Othello. This is another instance where Othello has made the decision to kill both Cassio and Desdemona. He uses his experience of fighting in the battlefields to woo Desdemona and to gain her love. Thus, Shakespeare suggests that when people are conflicted with jealousy, they may hurt others and even cause their own destruction. Iago is a man blinded by envy and anger, with a goal in mind for everyone to become equally jealous, which aim he completes through his betrayal and manipulation of characters, specifically Othello.
Despite their differences in age they still marry each other but this is later destroyed when envy goes beyond cerebrum of Othello. Was not that Cassio parted from my wife. Othello is a powerful general, a Moor, who married Desdemona, the daughter of Barbantio, who was a senator. The dramatic flaw that causes his downfall is jealousy. Maybe similar, but never the same. He hates that an outsider leads and makes decisions for him. The racism and hatred behind Iago is only worsened by Othello's high position and high popularity with the people; far higher than Iago will ever reach.
Hell and night Must bring this monstrous birth to the world's light. It is Othello's public insecurity that makes him jealous of Cassio and allows him to believe that Cassio has slept with Desdemona. One of the most amazing types of human conflict in literature is jealousy, mainly because jealousy is a well effected method of twisting human emotions, and is known to spice up almost any situation in a story. Likewise, the antagonist is portrayed as evil and villainous, and seeks to destroy the moral protagonist. He became lieutenant but then he wanted more and wound up arrested, after killing Emilia and Roderigo.
Bradley, in his book of literary criticism, Shakespearean Tragedy, describes the dominant motivating passion in Othello: In the second place, there is no subject more exciting than sexual jealousy rising to the pitch of passion; and there can hardly be any spectacle at once so engrossing and so painful as that of a great nature suffering the torment of this passion, and driven. Many of them included love, gluttony, greediness, envy, anger and revenge. This causes him to change his military opinion about Iago. Iago betrays his General Othello by trying to ruin his relationship with Desdemona through a series of devious acts designed to get revenge on Othello for not promoting him to Lieutenant. Iago, the antagonist and villain in this play is out to seek revenge against Othello. It can destroy many relationships and take over the mind tremendously.
Roderigo is jealous of Othello marrying Desdemona, the woman he loves and is now blinded by love so believes whatever Iago tells him. Nothing, my lord: or if—I know not what. He is one that possesses lots of military leadership qualities. In some cases, we have seen that it is because of jealousy that Iago is forced to abandon his nature whereas Othello changes and act as an animal. However, Iago proves to have more than simple manipulation at his disposal. Each character mentioned becomes consumed by jealousy and disregards their better judgement. He does so with a flurry of deceit and trickery, playing upon one of the strongest human emotions, that of jealousy.