In today’s society, infidelity is one of the leading causes of marital disruption and divorce.
In accordance with societal norms many myths have been associated with infidelity.
It is estimated that two out of three marriages fail due to infidelity.
This is a scary statistic considering that people believe a marriage can survive infidelity.
Although the topic of discussion in both scenes is infidelity, the two scenes contrast more than they compare. Most of the Temptation scene takes place outdoors, in a garden.
The atmosphere is open but the conversation stifling.People who are unfaithful tend to assume that everyone is, while those who remain faithful tend to believe that extramarital affairs are unusual.Since infidelity takes on several different forms, it is appropriate to consider the fact that many people believe that this sort of behaviour would be considered acceptable.This article focuses on components regarding casual attributions to infidelity.Components like, legitimacy, seduction, normalization, sexuality, social background and sensation seeking."Anna Karenina", a Russian novel written by Leo Tolstoy, provokes the world of marriage, family, and adultery with its first line, "All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." This provocative quote reflects on how the two families, the Oblonskys and Karenins, in the novel faced struggles in marriages as they became the wretched victims of infidelity.The marriage of Stepan and Dolly Oblonsky fell apart due to Infidelity in Othello Two important scenes in Othello are the "Temptation scene" (3.3) and the "Willow scene" (4.3).In this scene, Iago tricks you have to comprehend it first.What better way to comprehend this phenomenon than to look at great works of literature.It was shocking to find out that most cases of infidelity occur with couples who are less than twenty -five years old, one would have thought early marriages where happy and care free (figure one).The second form of adultery is the Romantic Affair.