Obviously, because jealousy exists everywhere, it is present in Othello . Othello’s setting Othello’s black All have different ranks they’re fighting for jealousy is the reason for all of the conflict that happens in the play.
We detail a world that includes jealousy full of color because color is one of the things that characterizes everything differently and can easily make anything stand out.
In our drawing representing a world with jealousy, all of the characters are unique and look completely different. Physical characteristics are some of the most common things that provoke/start jealousy just because everyone is different and nobody looks exactly alsike so it is easy to become jealous of someone’s height, race, hair, etc. Not just in Othello , but everywhere, everyone is completely different and has something someone else wants.
The conflict that In our drawing of a world of jealousy, we have the characters from Othello with the best job positions the tallest and the characters with the worst ranks the shortest. This isn’t because being tall automatically makes you have high authority, but
Jealousy Maribel Tovar, Emily Casaletto, and Jenn Chen
A World Without Jealousy… <ul><li>Black and White, no color </li></ul><ul><li>No emotion (neither happy nor mad) </li></ul><ul><li>Almost everything is the same </li></ul><ul><li>nobody would have anything anyone wants because they are all equal. </li></ul><ul><li>a "perfect world" because it wouldn't be possible to have any conflict or complaints. </li></ul><ul><li>like The Giver where it was supposed to be a utopia, but really wasn't because it was so...boring? Without jealousy in "Othello", it wouldn't be a great story at all, it would really just be boring because jealousy is something we can all relate to. </li></ul>