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His techniques were that of an everyday sneaky, conniving bad guy, who always got people to trust him, except the person that was closest to him.
But the main overall techniques he used were; 1 He gained the trust of people. Which was the number one technique, and from gaining their trust he could branch off form that and then he could manipulate the people he was playing into thinking that he was on their side even when he might be on the opposite side.
Another thing that he could do to people was to, from gaining their trust and making then think that he was on their side he could manipulate them and make them turn on each other.
He knew how to take care of things in precarious situation. There was in my own personal opinion one more technique, and that was that he knew how to use all his options and could use his wits and cunningness.
Rodrigo, Othello, Cassio, Desdemona, Emilia, and etc. She still had suspicions about him.
He could gain the trust of people as if it was nothing to him. He always when talking to that certain person said that he was on their side, making a false trust that the person believed, and therefore trusted him. Now most of the people he did this to it worked on. By getting him drunk through his other technique of being cunning.
Ok so now that he gets the trust of people he can work with that, he would make everyone he came in contact with feel as if he was on their side. He could manipulate their minds, tell them false things.
Such a lady named Desdemona, who was supposedly cheating on a guy whom he once fired. And that was all accomplished through one guy named Iago. He got Cassio fired, got the hanky that Othello gave to Des.
Now that he could do all that without anyone but his wife finding out, he must have had some good techniques. He had from the very beginning known what he wanted. In his work he got what he wanted, and all by using his techniques, so they do work.
Even though he did it took them a very long time. He did this by being very careful. He did things such as when Brabantio was outside talking and hearing news about his daughter, he could see, but there was another voice, talking and telling him about Othello his daughter Des.
Now by not showing his face he could run over to Othello pretend to tell him some false information and then have Bra. Walking up the street and not know that it was Iago telling him that information.
The next technique that he used was that he knew how to use all his options he could use all the tools in his grasp. Ok so those were the techniques that Iago used to manipulate others. So the techniques that he used were to gain their trust, then branch off that.
Another one was that he knew how to cover his tracks, and the last one was that he knew how to use all his options. So Iago accomplished all his tasks with those simple techniques.Othello as a stranger in a strange land: In order to understand how and why Iago's rhetoric might work so effectively against Othello, students should also be made aware of the powerful general's vulnerability: he is a Moor in an alien society, first in the city of Venice and then on the isle of Cyprus.
Within this essay I am going to explore Iago's character and analyze his manipulation of Othello mainly in Act 3 Scene 3 but before that I will investigate his motives for plotting in such a dramatic way toward Othello.3/5(2).
Iago's Manipulation of Characters in William Shakespeare's Othello Introduction The play 'Othello' was created by William Shakespeare. Othello is a tale set in Venice at . Iago’s Use of Rhetorical Strategies to Manipulate Othello in Shakespeare’s Othello Rhetorical strategies are continually used to get a point across or to manipulate another.
Iago uses many devices to put false accusations into Othello’s head. Iago’s Use of Rhetorical Strategies to Manipulate Othello in Shakespeare’s Othello Words | 2 Pages. Iago’s Use of Rhetorical Strategies to Manipulate Othello in Shakespeare’s Othello Rhetorical strategies are continually used to get a point across or to manipulate another.
Iago’s Manipulation in Act One of Shakespeare's Othello Essay - Iago’s Manipulation in Act One of Othello The events that occur in the first half of Act 1 are all in anticipation of the lead character Othello who we are not immediately introduced too. Iago borrows Othello's original imagery of "feeding" Desdemona's ear with his stories. Othello won Desdemona by telling her stories, and Iago will "win" Othello by doing the same. In Othello, Iago orchestrates Othello's downfall like a skillful playwright. Iago's ultimate deception is not of Othello, Cassio, or Roderigo: it is of the audience. By refusing to tell Othello his motivations in Act 5, he is also refusing to tell us.
Othello being a solider also contributes to Iago’s successful manipulation of him, as soldiers are used to fighting, a thing Othello is very good at, he will be a man of action and once told of his wife’s supposed adultery, will have to act on it.