William Shakespeare's play Othello uses irony to present the central message that reputation is not an accurate evaluation of one’s character, for manipulation is very prevalent throughout the plot. Varying types of irony are used as Othello, Emilia, and Desdemona all are not able to grasp reality with the information that is presented to them. Iago takes away what is truly occurring to improve his own standings while shattering others. Emilia was unaware of her husband's intention to sabotage as she exclaimed, “I tell you, it makes my husband so unhappy, you’d think it was his own cause”(Shakespeare 155). Furthermore, on a superficial level dramatic irony was used as Emelia was blind to Iago being the cause of the predicament.
It need not be drawn from others, for that would be looking for validation, and not everyone can be pleased. That being said, one could argue that Fey sees confidence as not something to grow but something to draw upon, something that is always there, but sometimes buried. Do not let your confidence be buried. Do not “lack” and reminisce of what could have been.
Also, people will always feel regret if they have never try. Connecting to the theme it is important to chasing dreams even the finally consequence is not as same as what you expect. During the process of chasing dreams, people will learn more and get more even than they achieve their dreams. Thus, why don’t people just try to challenge themselves? They will be surprise when they find what had they
Later never came. - I have not had time for a new big project, and it's a change seemed excessive. I really believe I can do it, because the one who wrote is probably more disciplined than I am. - I was looking for inspiration, but I had the strength to actually spend. - I was planning to do, but never had the time for it.
Sometimes, I go too far, and people get annoyed with it. Despite all this, I still find it hard to wear a mask and act casual, that is just not who I am. I am a person who needs to do the extra mile, always striving for greatness in everything that I do and I simply cannot change that identity that has been carved within
To love someone is my choice, and it is up to me on who I choose to love. To unlove him is not as easy as loving him, but for once in my life I have to think for myself and my reputation. And that’s why I chose to unlove someone whom I used to love so much for myself to be free of the toxicity of what myself have gotten to. And of thinking that letting go is the hardest decision that I will make. I came to a realization that letting him go is not the end, letting him go is the beginning of the new chapter of my life,
But could not due to superficial titles. Thus, resulting in their perceived madness. While looking for the answer to the question ‘what it means to be mad?’ I happened upon a revelation. This being, that “madness,” is seen by characters in the play, as action that is beyond one’s own grasp, or being
I am not afraid of much, I am more afraid of failure more than anything else. I am not scared of success itself, but I am afraid of what I will have to go through to be able to become successful. Every restriction I face and overcome have made me who I am today, and I would not change anything that has happened in my life. If I did not have to overcome the restrictions I face, I do not believe that I would be the same person that I am
At the same time I learned not to care what others thought. Would you change your flaw? I wouldn’t change my flaw whatsoever; because of my flaw I have the confidence to wear what I want and to do what I want without the permission of others. Its apart of my identity and what I stand for, and without it would take away from who I am
One bad habit I still struggle with Is negativity. This sometimes slows me down. However, I want to challenge this by believing staying out of my comfort zone and I seeing what I could achieve. I will rise above the noise by holding true to my personal values while still being willing to reevaluate anything that is not working . Because I know that what I do matters just as much as what I say, I make sure to not only speak up about my values, but to live them out every day.