Iago masters duplicity, even remarking himself "I am not what I am. When jealousy arises, leaders lose focus, respect, and their leadership abilities suffer as do their organization skills.
He sees Shakespeare's transformation of a 'barbarous negro' into a respected soldier and nobleman of stature as 'ignorant', since at the time, 'negroes were not known except as slaves.
In Othello, written by the one and only William Shakespeare, racism is the main theme and focus. The plot of Othello describes how this play is a tragedy The first way he uses it is to mean honourable, about Cassio.
While contemporary audiences may interpret these actions as unfathomable, they highlight the goodness of her character. Lie with her. How does Othello see himself? Yet, at times, "honest" Iago does actually seem honest.