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Problem: Change in Number Corrected: After hearing about the Lovborg’s death, the characters make plans to profit from his death. 4. Hedda is unsympathetic because she is rude, there is no love in her for anyone, and her pride is excessive. Problem: Not Parallel Corrected: Hedda is unsympathetic because she is rude, has excessive pride, and loves no one. 5. Some believe Cassio is a sympathetic character, others see Cassio as a flawed, weak man. Problem: Comma Splice Corrected: Some believe Cassio to be a sympathetic character. Others see Cassio as a flawed, weak man.
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2 6. When Othello comes to believe that Desdemona has betrayed him, he makes plans to kill her. This is because he values his pride over his love for her. Problem: Broad Pronoun Reference Corrected: When Othello comes to believe that Desdemona has betrayed him, Othello plans to kill her. The desire to kill her stems from him valuing his pride over his love for her 7. Abraham truly loves Isaac, yet he is willing to kill his son. Problem: Wordiness Corrected: Abraham loves Isaac but is willing to kill him. 8. Iago uses Desdemona’s handkerchief to convince Othello of Desdemona’s guilt the handkerchief is ocular proof. Problem: Fused/Run-On Sentence Corrected: Iago uses Desdemona’s handkerchief as ocular proof to convince Othello of her guilt. 9. Iago involving his wife, urging Emilia to steal Desdemona’s handkerchief. Problem: Dangling Clause Corrected: Iago involves Emilia by urging her to steal Desdemona’s handkerchief. 10. Hedda wants Lovborg to wear a crown of vine leaves, being a symbol of Dionysus. Problem: Broad Pronoun Reference Corrected: Hedda wants Lovborg to wear a crown of vine leaves, the crown being a symbol of Dionysus.
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  • Fall '19
  • Othello, correct way, Iago, Desdemona, Hedda, Michael Cassio

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