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Othello Literary Analysis & Devices Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. After Desdemona testifies that she married Othello willingly, her father Brabantio accuses her of:

Question 2 2. Why is a metaphor not necessarily a symbol?

Question 3 3.

When Iago admonishes Desdemona's father with the following lines, what does the horse symbolize?

You'll have your daughter covered with a Barbary horse,

you'll have your nephews neigh to you...

Question 4 4. Why do authors use symbols in literature?

Question 5 5. Which two characters in Othello struggle with a divided duty?

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Question 6 6. Bianca's role in Othello is important because:

Question 7 7. In Othello, Emilia believes that women should:

Question 8 8. At the end of the play Othello, Desdemona and Emilia are killed by:

Question 9 9. What does the web symbolize about Iago in Othello?

Question 10 10. In Othello, Bianca is considered a:

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Question 11 11. Othello and Iago share which of these tragic flaws?

Question 12 12. The character of Desdemona in Othello is the 'perfect' Elizabethan woman because:

Question 13 13. Of the three women in Othello, which one does not die in the end?

Question 14 14. Emilia is an important character in Othello because:

Question 15 15. Which of the following is the definition of symbol?

Othello Literary Analysis & Devices Chapter Exam Instructions

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