In his play, Shakespeare's main protagonist is a dark-colored man - Othello, is a noble man just to suit the convention that considered people of noble blood the only real proper heroes for the stage or even to eliminate disparity of rank as a contributing element in the tragedy. The play shows how dark-colored people are marginalized, racism at its maximum, discriminated. When reading the play, we note that racism is obvious and ever present among those character types. In this way, we'd say that Othello's identification is designed by the gaze of the white personal alternatively than by the queer zoom lens. Though the idea of queer theory is present in the play, yet it is minimal as the issues of racism, prejudice all together overcome the concept of queer theory.
Hedonism is thought as the desire to get oneself in pleasure and happiness. The sensation is manipulated from within and can only be stopped, minimized or redirected by one self. It's portrayed as something good and will not involve pain. The theory argues that individuals are continually looking for something that will give them joy whether evil or good. However, the search for happiness and pleasure has so far been endless. Those that make an effort to be happy never get the complete satisfaction (Hedonism 27 ). Happiness is like a butterfly the greater you pursue it, a lot more it eludes you. Be still and allow it come for you (Mill 1).
However, sometimes the pursuit for happiness is not a smooth road. While one is focused on addressing the items of pleasure they seem to be to get road blocks that prevent them from enjoying what they want.