- Iago is perhaps jealous of the the power Desdemona has over Othello
- Iago's jealousy of not being promoted is arguably the source of this tragedy.
- Othello's jealousy is exploited by Iago, as can be seen when he begins to mirror Iago's crude and bitter language.
- Othello's insistence for 'ocular' proof suggests his nobility.
- This play shows how jealousy is terrifying and destructive.
- Othello's jealousy is reflected in Bianca's jealousy over the handkerchief.
- Shakespeare presents to the audience how jealousy is a part of all of us.
Originally posted by *starry_eyed_* on TSR Forums.