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I love you so much Desdemona
How dare you barge into my home in such a drunken state Cassio!
Othello is married to Desdemona without her fathers consent. Rodrigo is jealous of Othello as he is in love with Desdemona so he pays Iago to spy on Othello. Iago does not mind as he hates Othello for hiring Michael Cassio as his lieutenant and not himself.
I SHALL SUFFOCATE HER WITH A PILLOW
Iago creates a plan to tell Othello that Desdemona is having an affair with Michael Cassio so Iago gets rewarded whilst Cassio gets punished. Iago manipulates Cassio into drinking too much and drunkenly wounding Rodrigo and Montano (a soldier). Cassio's name is now ruined in the eyes of Othello.
Cassio is demoted. Iago continues to plant the idea into Othello's head that Desdemona is cheating on him. Othello then complains of having a headache, causing Desdemona to drop her handkerchief (a present from Othello). Iago receives the handkerchief and places it so it is in Cassio's belongings. Cassio finds the handkerchief and hands it to his mistress, Bianca, who copies its design.
Othello sees Bianca hand the handkerchief back to Cassio, infuriating Othello. He decides he would like to kill Desdemona and Iago pledges to kill Cassio.
Othello tells Desdemona why he is so upset but Desdemona denies sleeping with Cassio. He eventually calms down and asks Desdemona to return to the bed and wait for him.
Othello murders Desdemona. Iago tells Rodrigo to kill Cassio. Rodrigo harms Cassio and when Iago shows up with two others, he kills Rodrigo for wounding his "friend". Othello learns the truth and kills himself. Cassio is left in charge of Iago in prison.
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