In Desdemona s view she feels that complete and total devotion is the only way to show her love for here husband. To you I am bound for life and education, my life and education both do learn me how to respect you.
1,3,179) Desdemona doesn t only take love seriously, she takes it to such a great extent that she is willing to die for the ones she loves.
In order to fully appreciate (1565), but set his play within the context of Venice’s struggle during the 1570s with the Ottoman Empire for control of Cyprus, the eastern Mediterranean island that overlooked the shipping lanes between Europe and trading centres in the East.
Venice owned Cyprus from 1470 to 1569, but in 1571 Turkish forces seized the island.
It is shocking to see that marriage to one person is purely physical attraction, while another thinks of marriage as the most sacred bond.
It is very interesting to see what a wide spectrum of opinions people have on love.
She believes that sex is the only thing a man and a woman owe to one another and everything else can be dealt with by someone of the same sex.
Emilia has some very interesting views on love as appose to Desdemona who has a much more meaningful opinion of love and the importance of it.
Not once in the play does she show some real respect for a man.
She doesn t believe they are worth being respected.