Because Cassio is distraught from the sequences that occurred earlier, he confides to Iago for advice. After recommending him to talk to Desdemona and Cassio leaving, he finally figures out his plan to destroy Othello. He first starts off with realizing his irony of helping Cassio while trying to be evil at the same time. It has been so easy for Iago to mold the other characters into his plan that it is hilarious to him. At this point, it is questioning to the audience of the continuation of his plot.
Iago seems adept in that he can fool others into believing that he is honest. Othello and others in the play constantly refer to him as honest Iago.With Cassio he was friendly ,informal ,and he even gave him an advice when Othello revealed him from being his lieutenant. With Desdemona he used the same sympathetic way when she sought help form him to win back her lord and that is reflected in her speech" I will have my lord again" after he beats her. With Othello he acts as a loyal and faithful friend who is touched by the wrong of his friend and this honesty of Iago is confirmed by Othello in multiple lines in the play .For
The image of his wrestles contorting allows the audience to see just how emotionally effected Hitchens was. His audience feels sympathy for his distress and understands the extent of Mark’s effect on the author through the use of his striking imagery, hear the audience begins to understand the enormous force one can have on another. However great the effect of Mark’s death was on Hitchens, it cannot compare to the effect on Mark’s parents. Hitchens uses imagery again when attempting to illustrate the parents feelings, writing that they live in “a world that alternates very sharply and steeply between grief and pride” (2). Hitchens creates an image of another world, as if to say that in this world, one could never understand how the Dailys must feel.
Those who read about hearts being ripped out and responding with extreme vengeance can see the tremendous effect that these teachers had on him. As a result, readers can sympathize with Villaseñor for his misfortunes. Villaseñor effectively uses hyperbole to emotionally connect the readers with him by creating a sort of underdog characteristic where many would root for Villaseñor. Who would not want to root for an underdog? Hyperbole also conveys his hatred in an amplified manner.
To skillfully manipulate someone is to use their weaknesses and to use their emotions against them. Iago uses these methods with each character in order to effectively gain their trust and allows him to use them. Iago uses these techniques to perfection to achieve the power he craves. Iago was fueled by jealousy and used this as his motivation throughout the play. He got jealous of Othello for allegedly sleeping with his wife, and of Cassio who has taken the position that he wants.
196-197). He speaks of it in a way that captures how it affects man because that is what he was going through after Cassio got the lieutenancy. Knowing how jealousy eats someone up, Iago uses that upon Othello by introducing doubt in one of the greatest things he had, his love in Desdemona. The way Iago worked into Othello’s head is that he made it seem like he was helping him by thinking of different possibilties, which only fed the green-eyed monster in Othello. “Their best conscience is not to leave ‘t undone, but keep ‘t unknown,” (III,iii.
When Iago manipulates each character he finds their weakness and their passion to make them do what he desires. Jealousy and violence are common to society and shows us that jealousy can destroy a person. There are several different ways to show violence, physically, mentally, and verbally. Iago portrayed himself as being honest and truthful, which allowed him to earn Othello trust and win him over. He is very good at saying the right things at the right time to people.
By proving himself to be loyal he can have an easier way of influencing the other characters. He also has another advantage of being “loyal”, it means that the characters will let him do what he pleases without suspicion because they trust him so much. In the beginning of Othello, Iago protests against Othello to Roderigo “I follow him to serve my turn upon him” proving that Iago clearly does not want to honestly follow Othello. Roderigo is affected by this, because he believes him and keeps letting Iago use him unknowingly, leading to his death. Although Roderigo is misled by Iago’s he still keeps his mental and emotional state normal with little doubt, until the end.
Clearly, every time Doug discusses a rough experience with himself, it draws him closer to destroying whatever made him that way. Finally, Ralph is the one who drove Doug into making an alarming decision. The story begins with, “It was an utterly perfect, such an incredibly delightful idea for murder…” (1). It seems that Bradbury presented this in the beginning to demonstrate foreshadow. As we read the sentence we can interpret that the main character may be thinking of vengeance.
Iago uses manipulation in a different way here. His method of manipulation is comfort and reassurance which makes Iago an even more dangerous character. Iago uses his tone to manipulate and calm Desdemona of her worries. Iago looks at her and tells her to be happy and that Othello is not serious about what he is saying and that he is just being funny (IIII.ii.194). Desdemona then relaxes and is content for sometime.