Essay title: the importance of reputation in shakespeare's othello reputation is very important to shakespeare, and he shows that very clearly in “othello: the moor of venice” iago’s reputation as an honest man, othello’s reputation as a just hero, cassio’s changing reputation throughout the play, and desdemona’s reputation play a key role in the outcome of the play. William shakespeare's othello has many popular lines which are often quoted 10 most famous quotations from othello with explanation by anirudh - april 26, 2016 3579 0 in this famous line iago ironically tells cassio that reputation is not important and is often earned and lost without justification though it is iago himself who.
Video: reputation in othello this lesson will discuss the complex issue of reputation in shakespeare's 'othello' we'll look at examples from the text to conclude how the play treats reputation and we'll explain the villain iago's apparent contradictions on the subject. In the play othello written by william shakespeare, the theme of reputation was a very important part of what made the play tragic reputation was so important in the play that it could have gave insight to characters or allowed characters to have manipulated others and it allowed for the tragedy of othello to have been unfolded.
William shakespeare quotes quotable quote “reputation is an idle and most false imposition oft got without merit, and lost without deserving(iago, act ii, scene iii)” ― william shakespeare , othello.
The life and works of william shakespeare v othello fmqxd 1/14/05 9:25 am page v the last play shakespeare wrote on his own was the famous history of the life of henry the eighth, which was performed in london in 1613 later that same year, he col-laborated with john fletcher on the romance the two. Reputation is an idle and most false imposition, oft got without merit and lost without deserving you have lost no reputation at all unless you repute yourself such a loser what, man, there are ways to recover the general again. The importance of act 3 scene 3 to william shakespeare's othello 1463 words | 6 pages the importance of act 3 scene 3 to william shakespeare's othello in this essay i am going to investigate the importance and effectiveness of act 3 scene 3 considering its significance in terms of plot, characters and theme and its dramatic power.
[back cover] engraving of william shakespeare from the first folio, courtesy of the library of congress library of congress cataloging-in-publication data shakespeare, william, 1564–1616 othello : the moor of venice / by william shakespeare with related readings p cm – (the emc masterpiece series access editions) isbn 0-8219-2956-9 1.
Iago, my reputation (23281-284) after cassio gets into a drunken brawl and loses his position as othello's officer, he worries about the loss of his reputation, which is tied up in his military service and his public behavior.
William shakespeare proves the importance of reputation’s role on all of the character’s lives by showing importance of reputation in the play “othello” every member of society lives for the reputation, without it life becomes much more challenging.