"Send for the lady to the Sagittery, and let her speak of me before her father: If you find me foul in her report, the trust, the office I do hold of you, not only take away, but let your sentence even fall upon my life" (1.3.126-131).
Quote 1 Act 1
He stole my daughter and used magic because she would never fall for a man like you.
Receive Desdemona and let's hear what she has to say.
Ask Desdemona I won her heart with my stories.
Who started this fight tell me now!
Quote 2 Act 2
What have I done I'm sorry Othello.
Help I've been stabbed! I'm bleeding! Help!
It brings be grief but I will tell you who stated this fight.
Quote 3 Act 3
Let's talk to Cassio .
Let me see the handkerchief!
- This quote is important because it shows how calm Othello is and how Othello is well respected by most because of his good character. It shows the importance of Othello being black and Barbantio acting the way he does for it. The quote also proves his trust in Desdemona.
Quote 4 Act 4
You should kill her but by strangling her to death.
I love her but she must die for my reputation.
"For Christian shame, put by the barbarous brawl: he that stirs next light; he dies upon his motion " (2.3.165-167).
- This quote is very important we now see Iago's plan taking action. This ruined Othello and Cassio's friendship and we see Othello get mad for the first time.
Quote 5 Act 5
Your husband enlightened me to her doings.
What have you done? Wait! My husband?
- This quote is important because it shows Othello's anger because he believes Desdemona is cheating and how he has lost all trust in her. As Desdemona persist to defend Cassio it only fuels Othello's rage.
"That's a fault, That handkerchief... to lose't it or give it away were such perdition as nothing else could match"(3.4.59-72).
"Do it not with poison, strangle her in bed, even the bed she hath contaminated"(4.1.217-218).
- This quote is important because Othello has decided that he is going to kill Desdemona. Iago has tricked Othello into committing his own downfall.
She's like a liar gone to burning hell; 'Twas I that kill'd her.
- This quote is important because Othello has killed Desdemona and he finds out that she was actually innocent. They have figured out that Iago is the culprit and tricked Othello, but it is too late because Desdemona is already dead.