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to get extremely angry with his daughter and especially with Othello, and knows that telling him that they are having sex, and comparing them to beasts, would make Brabantio or any other father furious. She remained loyal to him even after terrible things that he had done to her. This" is only the beginning of his evilness, and it worsens from there. The crocodile was a creature thought to shed hypocritical tears. As Iago sees them greet each other, he says to himself, He takes her by the palm. Another instance where using animal imagery made the statement more effective was when Roderigo was stabbed by Iago. By showing the contrast between characters, through beast imagery, the play further develops and becomes more powerful. He refers to her as a white ewe, meaning pure and young. His plan was to get Cassio drunk and have him mutter words of hate and disgust to Othello, a person who Cassio had great respect for, until he was drunk and then fed him lies told to him by Iago.
Lastly, it shows contrast between characters. He decides to tell Brabantio about his daughter, Desdemona, leaving him to marry the Moor, who is Othello. Iago is evil and manipulative. I will be discussing the development of an animal motif, whichmeans the repeated why One When You Can Have Two? use of a style imagery across the text as a whole. After Iago planted more lies about Desdemona and her relationship with Cassio, Othellos lieutenant, Othello said to himself, O curse of marriage, that we can call these delicate creatures ours / and not their appetites! Iago stated, Your heart is burst.
A contrast is similarly shown when Iago talks about Cassio, Othellos lieutenant. He is also insinuating that being a toad, or living upon the dungeons air would be preferable to his current situation. (V, ii, 283-4) In this" Othello is referring to Iago as the devil. Animal imagery helps further develop the play by showing who the characters truly were, makes everything said a lot more dramatic and the points a lot clearer.