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6. Discuss the role that race plays in Shakespeare&rsquo s portrayal of Othello. How do the other characters react to Othello&rsquo s skin color or to the fact that he is a Moor? How does Othello see himself?
Provide a later explanation in the body paragraphs where you explain about the significance and how important it is to you. This will help your readers to connect both perspectives. This approach might connect a great deal of significance to your experience.
Since my links with the third text are tenuous at best, would I be best leaving it out? Or should I focus on it briefly at the end, referring back to the other two occasionally within it, but have it more self-contained as opposed to the other two texts which are interwoven in the paragraphs?
Also, I 8767 ve said it before but I 8767 ll say it again: the more detailed a link is the more marks you 8767 ll get for it. Thus just using the words 8766 similarly 8767 or 8766 by contrast 8767 isn 8767 t really enough. Link individual characters from different texts, establish the ways they or their circumstances are similar but also point out subtle differences.
At the end of Othello, Desdemona seems to be the most passive kind of victim. Smothered, deprived of breath and of words by her husband, she is totally overwhelmed by Othello&rsquo s insane jealousy and physical strength. But before her murder, Desdemona is remarkable for showing more passivity when her husband is not around and more assertiveness when he is.
While racism in Elizabethan England wasn't the same as that of the 76st century, it certainly was a backdrop to the play, and Shakespeare, this time, seemed to challenge it.
Hi thanks this is really helpful! For the comparative essay, is it necessary to compare all three texts in each paragraph or could I compare : A and B in one, B and C in the next and then A and B again or A and B, B and C, then ABC.
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KEY MOMENT TEXT 6 . This is evident when he discusses how, at school, your social class was defined not just by your clothes but also by how you spent your summers in his case 8775 working as a dishwasher in the kitchen crew at a YMCA camp 8776 a fact which he vows never to reveal to his classmates.
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For cultural context you must decide which of the following issues are most prominent in all three texts try to find links before you decide. At all times focus on answering the Q asked
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