Simply said, Hamlet’s inability to act and to avenge his father’s death has led him, as well as many others to their bloody graves.
Othello's tragic flaw would most likely be his loss of faith in life, jealousy, and for being so gullible.
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My services which I have done the signiory shall out-tongue his complaints." He also says, "My parts, my title, and my perfect soul shall manifest me rightly."
These examples shows Othello's good nature and how, at the beginning of the play, he is even respected by his enemies.
Flaws and Changes
One of Othello's biggest flaws is that he is too trusting of Iago.
Othello's tragic flaw would most likely be his ..
A man (Iago) he is of honesty and trust."
At the beginning of the play, Othello even trust Iago to take care of his newly wedded wife and all his money and he becomes jealous very easily when he finds out that he possible isn't the only man sleeping with his wife.
Yet another one of Othello's flaws is that he is gullible.
Iago realizes how much Othello loves Desdemona, and plans to use this against him.