Othello Act 5 Scene 1
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Here, at thy hand. Be bold, and take thy stand.
I have no great devotion to the deed And yet he hath given me satisfying reasons. 'Tis but a man gone. Forth, my sword: he dies.
Kill men i' th' dark! Where be these bloody thieves? How silent is this town!—Ho! murder! murder!— What may you be? Are you of good or evil?
My leg is cut in two.
I am no strumpet, but of life as honest As you that thus abuse me.
Iago tells Roderigo to kill Cassio so Othello and Desdemona can stay in Cypress. Roderigo is unaware that Cassio's death will be the cue for Othello to kill Desdemona.
Roderigo attacks Cassio, but Cassio wounds Roderigo. Then Iago stabs Cassio in the leg and leaves the scene. Iago comes back with some help pretending he wasn't involved and kills Roderigo.
Iago lies and blames Cassio's mistress, Bianca, as the one that planed Cassio's assassination atempt.
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