Iago has a greater than average size of crave for inflicting harm or injury to the other characters in the play _Othello: the Moor of Venice_. Iago With is constant believe that he should be in the charge of everything not Othello, does everything for his own benefit and betterment. He with his rage entraps Othello in the web of deception. With the support of his tricky brain he successfully deceived Othello, Cassio, and Rodrigo and so on. But his most spiteful achievement is that he could give Othello a motive perfectly to kill Desdemona. As the play develops we find him a perfect puppet master, pulling the strings around his surroundings.
Iago is also very envious because of the open and loving relationship between Othello and Desdemona. He even fancies her as her own. Iago treats every woman as an object, as it is rightly said in the article by Thomas D. Bowran:
To whom love is but physical gratification, a band between man and the beast.
He has knows little but the life of field and barrack, his manners have not impr-
Iago is a very cunning man. He plays with the characters in the story like a chess game. Through the development of the play we find him being the company of a different person and making new malicious plans for his malignant deeds. He manages to operate this successfully until Emillia, his wife unravels his sinister plan. He is basically injurious to all the character in the play.