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The demonstration of ethical issues in Othello establishes that during the Renaissance period some writers challenged the traditional Elizabethan society. For example, in Cinthio's story Iago was a minor villain; however, Shakespeare transformed him to the Machiavellian that is quite memorable because of his deception and downfall. Whereas, the demonstration of ethical problems in Frankenstein presents moral concept's such as Unitarianism and the Theory of Natural Rights as inherent on which the characters confront moral issues of the time. This is evident as the industrial revolution, scientific customs, conventional spiritual and sociological notion were subjects in conversation in the time and had such an influential part in the publication. However, in Jane Eyre, the demonstration of moral issues portrays a world where ethical alternatives overrule passion. This is evident if Jane determines it is morally right for a "beggar" instead of a "mistress" when leaving Thornfield. Therefore, as viewers, we sympathise with the characters; even if this means that, their activities are immoral of the time. The presentation of ethical issues in Othello concentrates on Emilia's guts to challenge the societal and spiritual morality of the time in Act 4, Scene 3. As an example, Emilia's Speech establishes cynicism towards guys as Shakespeare's lexical choice of 'would not' shows that with the regeneration displayed, Emilia is prepared not to 'marry.' Consequently, her courage presents a moral issue in the drama because challenging the social and religious morality of her period establishes that she disobeys the principal principle that "Wives submitto husbands as well as also the Lord." She knows that marriage is a responsibility and her refusal shows she has "Sense like the guys...