D2. Communities, Conflict, and Cooperation: analyse some key experiences of and interactions between different communities in Canada, as well as interactions between Canada and the international community, from 1945 to 1982 and the changes that resulted from them
D2.1 describe some significant instances of social conflict and/or inequality in Canada during this period, and analyse them from multiple perspectives
D2.2 describe some significant examples of social and/or political cooperation in Canada during this period, including a variety of social movements, and analyse them from multiple perspectives
D2.3 analyse key aspects of life for Canadian women, with a focus on what changed during this period and what remained the same
Instructions: Answer each question in complete sentence form. Research all answers and remember to cite your source.
Question 1: Who are “displaced persons”?
Question 2: Who did Canadian’s not want and why do you think this is so?
Question 3: What sparked the increase in Hungarian refugees in the mid-1950’s?
Question 4: What were some of the factors that motivated the Canadian government to lift restrictions on the increase of Italian immigration?
Iago’s vengeful acts arises because of his lack of interest in finding the truth but interest in revenge only. In the beginning of the play, Iago give readers the first impression of Othello which readers might have believed to be the truth as he says, “And it is thought abroad that ’twixt my sheets. He has done my office” (1,3,380-81). In this scene, the word “office” is used to represent a wife. As Iago soliloquy, he is claiming that Othello is sleeping with his wife. This shows that Iago is trying to justify his actions, and bring the readers into his plans, by giving a reasonable reason for why he would desire to ruin Othello. Although there are no specific evidence that supports Iago’s accusations against Othello, “But I, for mere suspicion in that kind, Will do as if for surety” (1,3,382-83), he develops hatred against Othello and plans to bring him down. Using the word “mere” here shows how little Iago is interested in finding the truth. It show that Iago is a character who judge solely on what he hears, rather than what he witnesses. Iago’s real feelings towards Othello is reveleved as he says, “I hate the Moor” (1,3,362). The verb “hate” that Iago uses here shows a very strong and direct motives that he has towards Othello. The word “Moor” is associated with being black, therefore Iago chooses this word to describe Othello to convince the audience that he is a savage. With this, Iago’s true motives and intentions towards Othello can be seen. It easier to influence someone when they think the other person is an ally, rather than their enemy. When interacting with Othello, Iago portrays himself as a “loyal” servant who is only doing his duties dutifully. Although he has already established his hatred towards Othello in the beginning of the play, he went on telling Othello that, “My lord, you know I love you” (3.3.118). In this scene, telling Othello he “loves” him is a way for Iago to establish trust between the two, so as to make it easier to achieve his vengeful desires. Othello trusts Iago genuinely, however Iago exploited this trust to bring him down. He wants what Othello has, and out of his jealousy of believing that Othello >GET ANSWER