What was expected of a daughter in Othello?
Responsibilities of Sons and Daughters
Depending upon the times and the culture, responsibilities of children to their parents vary greatly, but there is always a conflict between independence and obligation. This comes out in many works of literature as being a universal conflict.
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A daughter had strict obligations to her parents, and in the case of Othello, strict obligations to her father. Her father is what we would call today...
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