How does Shakespeare manipulate the audience to feel sympathy for Othello in Othello's last speech in Act 5 scene 2? Need to use evidence throughout the whole play. Must explain about any literacy devices used.

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Othello's last speech is a culmination of his other words in that act-- it is obvious he feels extreme remorse and has realized the error of his ways. He knows his own inglorious death is near and that he has made a monumental mistake. He says:

Of one not easily jealous, but, being wrought,

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