Othello Act IIII

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  • Tis true! For Desdemona lies about her love for me the Moor! She and Cassio lie together with sweet, solemn faces.
  • My lord, for thou not know the entire story, maybe both just lie to keep each other warm during the night
  • Let Othello say and believe what he wants to say and believe. For thou is a wretched soul awaiting to be burned in the fiery pits of---
  • My dear Bianca, what tis the problem?
  • For you caught this hankerchief from another woman and fed it unto me! I refuse, take it back!
  • Tis my hankerchief!!!
  • Hath thou ever seen Desdemona wandering to other scenes with Cassio? Hath thou seen them together in a couple formation?
  • No, my lord. Never have I ever seen with my eyes Desdemona nor Cassio together.
  • Heaven help me! For I fear my dear Othello may fall out of love with me!
  • Fool, shut your foul mouth! Desdemona, tis just politics that bother Othello, not you. Trust me.
  • For Iago, your words don't add up to truth. You promised that if I gave you my jewels, I would surely have Desdemona Yet, I do not.
  • Don't fear Roderigo, for I have a marvelous plan! Rid Cassio, and leave Othello to me. Then Desdemona will be tightly held in your arms!
  • Oh dear Emilia, tell me truth, do you believe that it there are women in the world who lie and cheat on their husbands'?
  • Yes, my lady, I believe there are plenty women in the world who lie and cheat. Why? Because of their no good, dirty rotten, pig stealing husbands!
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