Answer to Question #77032 in Other English for Nishat Nahar
Does Desdemona character progress or regress as Othello is driven into jealousy? How do you interpret her behavior in the Willow Scene and what do you make of her reaction to Emilia’s musings on adultery and the equality of the sexes? In the end, is Desdemona simply the victim of Othello’s brutality or does she still retain some female agency even though she is murdered? How might these interpretations speak to a larger societal critique of patriarchy, its commodification of and inscription upon the female body?
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