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Iago is one of the most renowned villains of all pre-modern literature, as initially released in Shakespeare's Othello. His deceiving nature and intricate nature is painted so subscribers are amazed by his imaginative schemes. At the start of Shakespeare's Othello, Iago is represented as trustworthy and honest, but readers soon realize that he's the reverse of what he seems. Although Iago's character and ideas are shown significantly less in MacDonald's Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet), he also carries on exactly the exact immoral heritage like in Othello. Throughout the drama, he turns his friends against another person who seem to him for advice and support. Iago thirsts to upgrade this status in society which induces him to take advantage of peoples' good-nature and even comes to an extreme of killing anyone who stands between him and his own schemes. In Shakespeare's Othello and McDonald's Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet), Iago manipulates and deceives both Othello and Desdemona with his speech and character, which results in different outcomes. The personalities of Othello and Desdemona have been portrayed differently during the 2 plays and therefore are susceptible to the brain games of Iago. In Shakespeare's Othello, Othello is a character with depth that has a real character. He's regarded as being too reliable and always attempts to search for the good in people. Despite his honoured reputation in the state and status as an overall, he's ridiculed by his own society due to his dark completion. Othello recognizes himself as an outsider and at times is very self-conscientious. His quality to be judgmental towards himself and his standing in the eyes of other people makes him a target for Iago. Were I the Moor, I would not b.. .