Up to the end of Act I, who do you consider to be the most NAIVE (inexperienced, gullible, credulous) character in the play so far? Explain in 4-6 sentences.
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I find Roderigo to be the most naive and gullible. He absorbs all of Iago's lies like a sponge. He is so blinded by love that he's willing to risk anything and believe anything. Although, Iago is certainly a great deceiver..... Roderigo believes him because he's love sick and ready to believe anything. Unlike Othello, who may be deceived by Iago.... but who is deceived as a result of his own great pride.