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Jealousy, it's what gets the best and, obviously, the worst of individuals. Iago in Shakespeare's play "Othello" is one of the worst villains out there. Other villains, such as Scar in Disney's "The Lion King", Jafar in Disney's "Aladdin", and Mother Gothel from Disney's "Tangled" have closely related motives and covetous personalities. All four betray and kill for reasons they believe are going to further the lifestyles they intend to lead after their master plans. The stem of these jealousy roots from never having sufficient energy and feeling poor. Iago' s jealousy rises largely by a his boss, Othello, choosing Cassio to be his right hand man. "One Michael Cassio, a Florentine, a fellow virtually damn'd in a reasonable wife; this neverset a squadron in the field, nor the division of a battle knows more than a spinster;" (1.1.2.) Iago considers Cassio is way too beneath qualified. Hence (not on purpose), Iago feel less like a man and giving Iago small electricity. He hates when people have a higher position in relation to him. Additionally when giving Cassio the lieutenant job, it gave Iago a person new to direct his focus and jealousy toward. Iago creates a plan to get revenge by making it seem like Othello's wife along with his newfound lieutenant are having an affair behind his back. And Iago can find the job he believes he deserved in the first location. Another reason Iago has enormous jealously is that he has a suspicion that Othello slept with his spouse. Iago says, "I despise the moor: and it's thought abroad, that 'twixt my sheets, he has done my office: I know not if't be true; however I, for mere suspicion in that sort, will do as if for surety." (1.3.12). Even though he's unsure that Othello and Igao's wif...