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anything throughout the play. When asked why he did all he did, Iago simply reply saying, “Demand me nothing. What you know, you know. From this time forth, I never will speak word” (5.2.302-03). This shows that Iago has finally achieved what he had sought to gain from the beginning. His decision to keep quiet shows that he has no remorse and that he is absolutely a villain. He does not care that he had destroyed Othello’s live, killed his own, and caused a lot of damages. All that matters to him is the satisfaction that he has finally destroyed Othello. As shown in the text, Iago was set out to destroy Othello because he believes that he had slept with his wife, and because he wasn’t appointed as the lieutenant. However, this shows that Iago’s revenge plan might be more than what the text made available to reader, but what was certain was the fact that Iago was the main reason why everyone’s lives turned upside down. Iago’s perception of others comes from his own self-narratives. Without having any proves, he soliloquize alone, make his devious plans alone, and executes them. According to Paul Cefalu in “The burdens of mind reading in shakespeare’s othello”, he claims that, “Iago’s challenge is the inescapable, generic problem of other minds… Iago’s outside status derives from thinking too much about what others are thinking, from never being in the moment” (Cefalu 269). Iago’s plan is to bring everyone down because of his doubt in everyone. Although one can not neglect Othello’s jealousy acts and the fact that he murders his wife, however, this was ignited as a result of Iago’s jealousy in the first place. Both ended up committing murder, however, because Iago’s jealousy was driven as a result of his own selfishness, and as a result of his own jealousy, he brainwashed Othello, leading to Othello being easily manipulated and controlled by Iago. Othello ended up accepting his mistakes and confessing to everything he did, while Iago does not seem to understand the consequences of his actions.>GET ANSWER