I read this book in English, so I write my opinion in English. I'm sorry, if I did mistakes !
Othello is a famous soldier and he's very popular. He loves his wife Desdemona, she is very beautiful. He's got good friends, like Cassio or Iago. But Iago, tell him false stories about his wife.
He will know jealousy, because he believe stories. He is going to be on the road to ruin.
What will he do ? Why does Iago tell terrible stories about Desdemona ?
I have ever seen that, it's not original ! A lot of stories tell men who are devoured by jealousy. But I like, it's good book and of course it's SHAKESPEARE's book !
The plot is so so, there isn't surprising ! However, it's interesting. I want to know what is going to happen ! What Othello is going to do !!
Characters is good, but Othello trusts Iago, but he lies !! I think, there is a moral : we mustn't believe everybody and our friends aren't always what we think !!
The text is a little slowly, it's so long, it don't progress. I prefer when it's more quickly !!
The end is good, but I'm not surprised ! [he kills his wife, and discovers the true.] I'm disappointed, it's so long for arrived to a end as simple !!
I read this book in english, and the vocabulary is simple. I read quickly. It's a easy reading !!
It's a classic very interesting, but it's a little slowly, there aren't a lot of actions, new developments. I'm a little disappointing !
A good classic but a little slowly !
Iago [to himself] : IExcellent work ! I'll soon have his money. It's the only reason I spend time with a man like him. Oh, it's almost too easy. I hate the Moor. Some people say he's my wife's lover. Is it true ? I don't know - but I'll finish him. He likes me - good ! [laughing] That makes my jod easier. Now, how will I do it ? Here's an idea. I'll use Cassio, and bring him down, too. Cassio likes women, and they like him. Perhaps he's a little too friendly with Desdemona. I must tell Othello. He'll believe me, because I'm Iago, his honest friend. That's it ! I have my plan.
Othello was writting by William SHAKESPEARE.
It was published in 2009 by Pearson Longman, in the collection Penguin readers. It has got 48 pages, plus 8 of activities.