Relationships in Othello Independent. This means that they have a close military relationship. However, the personal relationship between Othello and Iago is much more complex. Othello trusts Iago totally as Iago has a reputation in Venice for being very honest:
In spite of the crowds at the station, they found one another without difficulty. He resorted to it on every sort of occasion. Suddenly a new idea came into his head.
Anxiously he began to wonder whether, in this democratic Far West of theirs, one shook hands with the chauffeur - particularly if he happened to be a blackamoor, just to demonstrate that one wasn't a pukka sahib even if one's country did happen to be bearing the White Man's burden.
In the end he decided to do nothing. Or, to be more accurate, the decision was forced upon him - as usual, he said to himself, deriving a curious wry pleasure from the recognition of his own shortcomings.
While he was hesitating what to do, the chauffeur took off his cap and, slightly overacting the part of an old-world Negro retainer, bowed, smiled toothily and said, 'Welcome to Los AngelesMr Pordage, sah!
A week in America had made him self-conscious about that voice of his. A product of TrinityCambridgeten years before the War, it was a small, fluty voice, suggestive of evensong in an English cathedral. At home, when he used it, nobody paid any particular attention.
He had never had to make jokes about it, as he had done, in self-protection, about his appearance for example, or his age. Here, in Americathings were different. He had only to order a cup of coffee or ask the way to the lavatory which anyhow wasn't called the lavatory in this disconcerting country for people to stare at him with an amused and attentive curiosity, as though he were a freak on show in an amusement park.
It had not been at all agreeable. A few minutes later they were on their way. Cradled in the back seat of the car, out of range, he hoped, of the chauffeur's conversation, Jeremy Pordage abandoned himself to the pleasure of merely looking.
Southern California rolled past the windows; all he had to do was to keep his eyes open. The first thing to present itself was a slum of Africans and Filipinos, Japanese and Mexicans. And what permutations and combinations of black, yellow, and brown!
And the girls - how beautiful in their artificial silk! He smiled to himself. And meanwhile the slum had given place to the tall buildings of a business district. The population took on a more Caucasian tinge.
At every corner there was a drugstore. The newspaper boys were selling headlines about Franco's drive on Barcelona. Most of the girls, as they walked along, seemed to be absorbed in silent prayer; but he supposed, on second thoughts, it was only gum that they were thus incessantly ruminating.
Then suddenly the car plunged into a tunnel and emerged into another world, a vast, untidy, suburban world of filling-stations and billboards, a low houses in gardens, of vacant lots and wastepaper, of occasional shops and office buildings and churches - Primitive Methodist churches built, surprisingly enough, in the style of the Cartuja at Granada, Catholic churches like Canterbury Cathedral, synagogues disguised as Hagia Sophia, Christian Science churches with pillars and pediments, like banks.
It was a winter day and early in the morning; but the sun shone brilliantly, the sky was without a cloud. The car was travelling westwards, and the sunshine, slanting from behind them as they advanced, lit up each building, each skysign and billboard, as though with a spotlight, as though on purpose to show the new arrival all the sights.
The car sped onwards, and here in the middle of a vacant lot was a restaurant in the form of a seated bulldog, the entrance between the front paws, the eyes illuminated. The bulldog shot back into the past.
He resolved at the earliest opportunity to have one. A nutberger and a jumbo malt.Iago’s Manipulation of Othello in Shakespeare’s Othello Once a seed of suspicion or doubt is planted in a person’s mind, the noxious effect of jealousy is soon to ensue.
Jealousy and suspicion are Othello’s flaws hubris throughout the play and foreshadow to the audience his imminent downfall. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 4 (of 14), by Elbert Hubbard This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at .
“In the play Othello, naive, innocent characters are no match for the evil machinations of the world weary Iago“ Themes: “ The destructive power of jealousy is dramatically presented in Shakespeare’s play Othello ”.
Othello represents how jealousy, particularly sexual jealousy, is one of the most corrupting and destructive of emotions.
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