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...

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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