"Come, Desdemona, I have but an hour of love, of worldly matters, and direction, to spend with thee. We must obey the time" (Shakespeare 67).
Act II: Scene 1
" If I were to die now, this would be my happiest moment, for I am afraid my soul is so completely contented that no delight as great as this could follow in the uncertain future" (Shakespeare 91).
Act III: Scene 3
"Why? Why do you say this? Do you think I want to live a life of jealousy? That I want to have news suspicions with every new phase of the moon? No! To doubt once is to doubt always. You may turn me into a goat on the day I allow myself to worry about such contemptible and inflated suspicions like those you suggest. When a person has virtue, these abilities only increase her virtue" (Shakespeare 151).
Act IV: Scene 1
"Let her rot and perish and be damned tonight, for she shall not live. No my heart is turned to stone" (Shakespeare 209).
Act V: Scene 1
"Oh excellent Iago, honest and just, you feel the wrongs to your friends so deeply. You're an example to me. Desdemona, you whore, your lover lies dead and your damnation approaches quickly. I'm coming, slut, I wipe your irresistible enticements, your eyes, out of my heart. Your lust-stained bed will soon be spotted with lust's blood" (Shakespeare 249).