The military hierarchy in William Shakespeare's "Othello" consists of Othello as the top-ranking officer, or general, Cassio as the second in rank, or lieutenant, and Iago as the third-ranking officer, the ancient. Aside... More »

The United States military has a clear rank structure that is divided into three main groups. Officers have the highest rank, followed by warrant officers and enlisted members. More »

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A hierarchy chart in the military outlines the relative ranks of military personnel and their commanders. The president of the United States, as Commander-in-Chief, is at the top of the military chain of command, and enl... More »

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In William Shakespeare's play, "Othello," Roderigo hates Othello because Roderigo is in love with Desdemona. While Roderigo is wooing Desdemona, she chooses to run away and marry Othello. More »

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William Shakespeare's Othello, from the play, Othello, is a tragic hero because he enters the play as a strong, powerful character but is reduced to a man driven by jealous rage by the end. Othello has everything, loses ... More »

The rules of courtship in Othello involved keeping a relationship secret, using others to communicate between lovers, giving small gifts as tokens of affection, and giving a more special gift as a secret symbol of engage... More »

There is some debate amongst experts as to what race "Moor" refers to in Othello; however, the most common interpretation is that Othello was black and most likely of African descent. Othello's "blackness" is referred to... More »