Shakespeare in his play Othello reveals to us a kind of orderly map on which human existence is staged in circular relationship. At the beginning of the play the black Moor Othello and the white Venician Desdemona are forming the core of this map in the center. Round this couple the Venecian senates symbolize order, justice and reason. And this circle of senates are surrounded by a disorderly crowd who display anarchic and violent passions to upset reason, order, and justice. All these dark, arnarchic, and disorderly forces are centered in Iago. Very near to this is the raging ocean with its high seas and howling winds. And out at the far edges are the infidel Turks, barbarism, disorder and amoral destructive powers. At the center of the map described thus far, Othello was filled with the calmness from his completely harmonizing with Desdemona who is the symbol of a devine life-force. But the tragedy of Othello begins, on his breaking away from the core with Desdemona and moving into the circle whose center is lago, the symbol of an antilife force that seeks anarchy, death, and darkness. In this circle of disorder and blackness, Iago feels very much amused with his evil actions, while Othello can be not so much happy as extremely annoyed and fearful, lamenting miserably like an animal fallen into the temptations of lust. He finally is driven into murdering the angelic Desdemona by the wicked Iago. After Desdemona`s death, Othello gains the true insight to perceive what the reality is. And he is led to his sincere contrition. The tragedy ends with his reunion with Desdemona in death. In making his return to her, who is in the center of the map, he has merited divine salavation.