Explain Dramatic Irony in Othello by Shakespeare.
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Dramatic irony in Othello is delivered by Iago and through his soliloquies to the audiences. Iago plans to destroy Othello’s life while making him doubt his wife’s fidelity.
No other character in the play learns about his plot as they are manipulated by Iago in doing what he wants them to do. This keeps the audiences motivated to discover whether the truth is exposed by any character before its completion.
In the end, its too late and Othello ends up killing Desdemona and committing suicide afterward.