However, while in the comedies the deception and confusion fade away by the end of play which usually concludes in marriagein this case the play finishes with the deaths of Othello and Desdemona, their marriage having barely been consummated.
Indeed, the playwright indicates that all actions — the characters and the disastrous confusion — are controlled by a sort of malevolent divine force.
Othellos actions caused Desdemona to become beaten down and feel as if she is nothing. Macbeth let his ambition get the best of him, and killed King Duncan and took the throne for himself.
Just because these two exquisite plays have the same author, does not mean that they are exactly alike. The problem and conflict are represented by a single person.
In contrast, in Othello, the indications of a divine presence are far less obvious.
He also believes that Othello has slept with his wife, Emilia. If he never had entered the play Othello would have married Desdimonia and they would have lived happily ever after.
Even though Macbeth physically committed the crimes, his actions show that he does not want Champagne 5 to. All the victims are innocent. The opening of the play is significant because it sets the scene and the preceding atmosphere Shakespeare indicates in the absence of any one of these factors, the conclusions to each tale might have been far different.
However, it is arguably the presence of some divine force, such as Fate, that predetermines at least the outcome of events in these plays.