Othello - Tragic Hero
Bijgewerkt: 2/5/2021
Othello - Tragic Hero
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Heroes Lesson Plans

Types of Heroes in Literature

Door Rebecca Ray

Certain protagonists are considered to have universal qualities and these qualities are called archetypes. Archetypes have similar characteristics throughout literature and make unpredictable characters easier to understand. One archetype is the hero - defined as a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. However, there is more than one hero archetype.


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Storyboard Beschrijving

Othello Tragic Hero | Teach Othello as a Tragic Hero with comics!

Storyboard Tekst

  • HAMARTIA
  • Look, my mistress dropped her kerchief!
  • HUBRIS
  • When are you going to reinstate Cassio?
  • PERIPETEIA
  • Why did you betray me?!
  • Othello’s jealousy becomes his downfall when Iago manipulates him. He "lov'd not wisely but too well".
  • ANAGNORISIS
  • Please, wait. Let me explain. Iago is to blame...
  • Othello's hubris allows Iago to manipulate him. Through the seed of suspicion, Iago can convince Othello, without any proof, that Desdemona is cheating on him.
  • NEMESIS
  • Oh, no.
  • Othello kills Desdemona after he believes that Cassio has slept with her.
  • CATHARSIS
  • Emilia exposes Iago’s plan.
  • Desdemona has been smothered, and Othello kills himself from grief. Iago is sent away to be tortured.
  • The audience is left remorseful for the couple who was thwarted by jealousy and revenge.