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Name :Marwan Harb Abdulkareem Alqaryouti
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Department :English Language and Literature
Email :mqaryouti@zu.edu.jo
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The Concept of Villain in Shakespeare’s Othello , The Concept of Villain in Shakespeare’s Othello, English Language and Literature Studies , Vol. 6, No. 4; 2016 ISSN 1925-4768 E-ISSN 1925-477
04/01/2016
Shakespeare presents the villain character perfectly in his play Othello (1604) through Iago, whose main focus in life is to destroy others “So will I turn her virtue into pitch And out of her own goodness make the net That shall enmesh them all” (Shakespeare, 1993, p. 99). The following discussion applies the psychological theories by Freud Sigmund to explain the concept of villain in Shakespeare’s Othello.

Marwan Alqaryouti , The Concept of Villain in Shakespeare’s Othello, English Language and Literature Studies , ISSN 1925-4768 E-ISSN 1925-4776/page75
11/01/2016
The concept of evil has been researched since the Medieval era, leading to the conclusion that human beings have the freedom to choose good from bad, or evil from good. The origin of evil based on the religious teachings is Satan, who is described as the Rebel Angel, as explained by Dante in The Divine Comedy (Alighieri, 1957). Satan tempts human beings into sinning, as revenge against God for placing him in Hell. Based on the psychological point of view developed by Sigmund Freud, the source of

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