In Act 5 Scene 2, Does Othello redeem himself by the end of the play? In what way is the audience reminded of the Othello who was presented in Acts One and Two?

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Othello's speech, and his assertion that he "loved not wisely but too well," is touching and heart rendering....... driven to murder by a wife he loved too much....... does he redeem himself? I have never found the fifth act a center of redemption for his character. Does he come sympathetic? Maybe too some, but I personally never saw him redeemed by his justification or admittance of his mistakes.