A Figure of Michael Cassio from the Take up Othello by William Shakespeare

A Figure of Michael Cassio from the Take up Othello by William Shakespeare

Shakespearean tragedies almost never contain blameless personas. The characters whose lives get turned ugly usually either should have it, or they directly contributed with their downfall by keeping some flaw or vice. That is always authentic for his tragic heroes, but how about his minor characters? They often suffer as much as the main characters. They often exhibit character flaws. The difference is they are rarely in charge of their own downfall; their circumstances happen from things beyond their control. Othello's Michael Cassio can be an exemplory case of such a character. He's shown as an excellent man with minor flaws

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