Othello-Act 1, 2, 3

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  • ACT ONE
  • Oh my Desdemona! Why don't you love me?? Iago i will pay you all you want
  • I shall help you..because i hate Othello
  • ACT ONE
  • He bewitched my poor lamb!
  • I love him with all my heart <3
  • ACT TWO
  • Act one opens with Iago complaining about Othello's favouritism and his not being promoted. Rodrigo the nobleman is in love with Desdemona who is Brabantio's daughter. Iago extracts money from Rodrigo as a reward for helping Rodrigo get Desdemona. To take revenge on Othello, Iago manipulates Rodrigo and Brabantio by rousing him whilst he was in deep slumber and telling him that his daughter Desdemona eloped with Othello
  • ACT THREE
  • Brabantio takes the case to the Duke and accuses Othello of using witchcraft on Desdemona. Othello refutes these accusations and says that their love is real. Desdemona is summoned and she too says the same. The attention then is turned to the attack on Cyprus. Othello is ordered to go there and he requests to have Desdemona put in Iago's care.
  • ACT FOUR
  • This act opens with news of the Turkish fleet drowning thus ending the threat to Cyprus. Cassio returns first and Othello's ship docks a while later. Desdemona and him share a moment whilst Iago and Roderigo hatch a plan. They get Cassio drunk and he fights with Roderigo infront of some nobles. When Othello hears of this, he fires Cassio and replaces him with Iago. Meanwhile Cassio asks for Desdemona's help on Iago's suggestion.
  • ACT FOUR
  • Desdemona promises Cassio to work on his case. Meanwhile, Iago starts poisoning Othello's mind against Cassio and Desdemona, by saying they are having an illicit affair. Othello demands visual proof. Othello had given Desdemona a handkerchief which was a family heirloom. Iago gets hold of the precious object through his wife who is also Desdemona's attendant. She is obvious to his work.Iago plants the handkerchief in Cassio's room and urges Othello to look for it.
  • Where is the handkerchief my dear?
  • WHAT! Maybe Iago was right...
  • I'm worried! I know how much it means to him. Where is it?
  • Oh! um...I don't have it right now Othello!
  • Iago plots to kill Cassio in this act. He pushes Othello and Roderigo to commit murder. Poor Othello has a seizure and on being questioned by Iago he reveals his anger and chides Desdemona. when she denies the allegations, Othello turns to Emilia who staunchly sides with her mistress. He strangles Desdemona and ends her life.
  • OH MY MISTRESS!!
  • The climax of the play takes place in this final act. Iago's multi-faced scheme is revealed and more tragedies take place. Iago kills his innocent wife Emilia once he realizes that she told Othello the truth about his personality and wrong-doings.. Othello is a victim of his own guilt; he commits suicide! Cassio doesn't die and neither does Iago. This leaves the audience wondering how and when will justice truly be served
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