Examples Of Monologue On Othello

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Hello. Are you ready to hear another s cliché story about anger, revenge, jealousy, or betrayal? After, reading Othello, you probably don’t, but I bet you’re wondering why I’m such a “malicious” guy. I personally, believe that Othello, Desdemona, and Roderigo deserved to die, I mean I didn’t personally kill them, I just helped them get there. Last time I checked I am guilty of no crime. Othello killed Desdemona then killed himself, and Roderigo was killed by Cassio, I did not lay a finger on anyone. Never mind the pesky details of that “tragic” story, let get into the interesting material. Oh, and one more thing if you have read Othello, there is one thing you should know about me, is that, I am 100% honest. Ok, let’s begin! I was born on…show more content…
I knew that I was going to be a great soldier, because I was great at murdering my enemies. Killing more than one at a time was much more adrenaline-charged than just murdering one Though, I hated the stench of it, the feeling I got was a lot more satisfying. From the Florentine army, I was transferred to the Venetian one, and became an “ancient” to the Moorish general that you know as Othello. At the time I abhorred Othello, just as much as anyone else in my God forsaking life, however when he chose Cassio, to be lieutenant over me, I snapped. I didn’t want to get my hands dirty for killing Othello, so I devised a plan so that Othello, would go mad. Though, I didn’t expect so many to die, I’m glad they did. The real tragedy is that I wasn’t able to get away with it. I’m not the bad guy in the story, I’m just the guy who had the plan. The real bad guy is Othello, for choosing Cassio as lieutenant and dismissing me. Othello, insulted me by choosing an arithmetician to be a lieutenant. I’m in this dungeon being tortured, for crimes I did not commit. But do you really think I care? At least, in hell, I’ll be away from all these appalling, awful, imprudent
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