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Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and Othello

Who is the antagonist? Iago
Which island are the Venetians at war over? Cyprus
Brabantio believes that Desdemona was taken by what means? witchcraft or drugs
Cyprus would be a valuable conquest because it is at the center of which three continents? Europe, Africa, Asia
A blood relative or a relative by marriage kinsmen
This person struggles against the hero antagonist
a catastrophic ending to a dramatic piece of literature tragedy
A country that lies between the continent of Europe and Asia Turkey
Desdemona's father and a senator in Venice Brabantio
He sends Othello with his wife Desdemona to Cypress to thwart a suspected Turkish invasion there. The Duke
Disrespectfully described by Iago as lacking real "battlefield" experience Michael Cassio
In each Act new dimensions of his character exposed (loyal and trusted, respectful admirer, remorseful friend) Michael Cassio
The appeal to logic to persuade logos
Rhetoric in which you appeal to a sense of fair play and what is just ethos
Persuasion by use of emotions pathos
Created by: newz42