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Homework Help: english-othello

Posted by laura on Wednesday, February 27, 2008 at 8:49pm.

I have to compare Iago in othello to Ambrose's message in St. Augustine's Confessions.

Ambrose's message is to not take the Bible literally, but figuratively so that he can understand the deeper meaning.

I must say how Iago's lesson is the opposite of what Ambrose teaches, which would be to take things literally and not figuratively, but I'm sure what this means, or how to go about it.

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