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Writing an Othello essay, and I'm wondering if this sounds like I'm repeating myself a little too much.

The moor himself, Othello and his scheming aide Iago both fall into the web of Iago's illusions. However, at the last minute Othello manages to free himself, while Iago remains blinded.

Othello narrowly escapes madness after falling victim to Iago's lies. Unfortunately, they are spun so completely that he himself believes them and he become impervious to the truths around him.

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    The Moor, himself, Othello

    That definitely is repetition.

    The first sentence of the second paragraph is also repetition of what you have written in the first paragraph.

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