Iago's Weakness In Othello

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Iago shows the audience once again that despite his nefarious intent he has some good ideas and to an extent gives the people he’s manipulating good, honest advice; but only after making a fool of them, of course. For his part, Cassio He also displays weakness to Iago by wallowing in self-pity and remorse, giving Iago the perfect chance to manipulate him. On the other and Cassio also demonstrates that he is genuinely sorry for his actions and wants to make things right, showing that he has no ill will towards any of the other characters, and thanks Iago for his “advice.” In this way Iago is a wolf in sheep’s clothing; he is always there to help you when you’re down, but in truth he sets you up and uses you for his own benefit. Overall the scene
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