Othello Act 5 Scene 2
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Alas, he is betrayed and I undone.
Out, strumpet! weep’st thou for him to my face?
Are there no stones in heaven But what serve for the thunder?—Precious villain!
O Spartan dog, More fell than anguish, hunger, or the sea, Look on the tragic loading of this bed.
Othello tries to get Desdemona to confess that she and Cassio where having an affair. She tells him the truth that she had no affair with anyone. Still, Othello doesn't believe Desdemona so he tells her Cassio is dead and then strangles Desdemona to death.
Emilia tells Othello that Cassio isn't dead and she confesses to Othello that she gave Desdemona's handkerchief to Iago. Othello now realizes Iago was lying all along to make him jealous and tricked him into killing Desdemona.
Iago kills his wife, Emilia, Othello kills himself, Iago is arrested, and Cassio becomes the leader of Cypress.
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