why is roderigo important in othello?

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    The character of Rodrigo, despite his apparent lack of importance in the beginning, proves to be an important character in the end. He begins the play as an antagonist who manipulates the other characters, but he eventually wins them over. Rodrigo’s death at the end of the play thus serves a thematic purpose.

    Summary of the Play Othello

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