I love this play because you have three different stories that collide in to each other. You have the love story of the four youths, you have the players who are trying to get their play together, and then you have the fight between Oberon,the king of the faires, and Titania , the fairy queen.
I love this play more than any other tragedy by Shakespeare. I love it because the enemy in the play--the true enemy-- is Othello himself. Iago barely lift a literal sword in the play , but he uses the sword in his mouth to wound Othello. And Othello allows his on insecurities to destroy him. I really love this play, and I think anyone else that reads it will love it too.
I found myself feeling sorry for poor Oedipus. He fell right into his curse without even thinking. If only he had chose never to anyone again, and to stay from society...he would not have suffered as he did. Then his curse just kept running down to his children. Poor Antrigone suffers because of her brothers stupid argument.
I love the plays because they are easy to read and understand. I've loved these since high school.