Othello Act I

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  • I can't believe Othello!! He thinks Cassio will be a better lieutenant than me?! He's never even been in war! How stupid could that Moor be?!
  • Oh don't even get me started on that Moor! Desdemona chooses him over me?! Brabantio would be as angry as I if he knew about the marriage.
  • Tell Brabantio of the marriage. He has the power to end if its against her will.
  • Perfect. But why you are wrecking the relationship of someone you love?
  • Me? Love a Moor? I only love myself. I act as someone else to do my job but 'I am not what I am.'
  • Whatever, let's go to Brabantio's castle.
  • Iago and Roderigo rant about thier anger and jealousy. These emotions set Iago's plan to split Othello and Desdemona while gaining the lieutenant position.
  • BRABANTIO! THE MOOR STOLE YOUR DAUGHTER!
  • HE POISONED HER! GET THE OFFICERS AND WEAPONS!
  • BRABANTIO! IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE ME CHECK HER ROOM!
  • Phase one of Iago's plan begins. Roderigo, desperately in love, unknowingly does Iago's dirty work and decides to tell Brabantio of the secret marriage.
  • Roderigo was talking so terribly about you I wanted to kill him! He ,Brabantio, and attendants are coming for Desdemona and your punishment.
  • He can do his worst, all will be fine.
  • I'm not the only one she'll betray Moor.
  • Iago tells the audience what his true character is. He is two-faced and disloyal, but admits it during a time where Roderigo isn't focused on Iago's confession. This becomes the flaw of all the characters, trusting Iago.
  • Marriage seems fit to me.
  • She fell in love not trance. Trust me, she loves me.
  • Brabantio's knowledge of the marriage leaves him irate and ready to disapprove and throw Othello in prison. Roderigo is somewhat happy even though he isn't guaranteed to be with Desdemona
  • Iago introduces the audience to what he meant by I am not what I am. He rushes to Othello, ranging his feelings toward Roderigo, instilling that he seems to be looking out for Othello. He pretends to be loyal to Othello and Roderigo but is truly loyal to none.
  • The Duke is convinced the marriage is real, but Brabantio is hesitant yet warns Othello of his daughter. Roderigo is heartbroken and suicide seems suitable. Meanwhile, Iago hatches phase two of his plan, this time taking Cassio down as well.
  • Just kill me.
  • I don't care what you say father. I love and married him.
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