Othello’s interracial marriage separated him apart and forced him to work harder to be self conscious; he tried to keep his reputation on a high rank among white people around him.
Marriage of Othello and Desdemona was a sample of interracial marriage that was another theme of this play. Eventually, Othello find out that he was tricked by Iago, but it was too late to change the situation; he should have trusted his wife instead of the jealous Iago.
In conclusion, Shakespeare describes Othello, a black Moor, who easily lost his wife and consequently his life due to his jealousy factor, vanity and having more than enough trust to Iago without any knowledge. In addition, Othello let Iago to manipulate him and destroy his position and his life very easily. Shakespeare considered interracial marriage in this tragedy by a different race between Othello and Desdemona. However Othello worked hard to reduce distance from his wife and the white people around him, and he could have succeeded to reach this achievement. Finally, if he would have recognized Iago’s plan and trusted his beloved one and their relationship, he would have never made a wrong decision and spoiled his life.
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