Me marry her? That whore? Please give me a little credit! I'm not that stupid.Ha,ha,ha !
Are you laughing because you won? Do you think you've won?
She says you're going to marry her.Are you?
You're accusing me wrongly!!
You brazen whore!!
*slaps desdemona* you devil!
I haven't done anything to deserve this! *cries*
That was too much. Apologize to her. She's crying
(Act 4 scene 1, page 201) In this scene, Its illustrating how Othello is hiding behind a statue when Iago and Cassio are taking about Bianca and how Iago is telling Cassio when he will marry Bianca. Cassio then laughs about it, yet Othello sees this as Cassio's gloating about 'sleeping with Desdemona'. This can show a internal conflict since Othello is troubling himself about Cassio and Desdemona sleeping together and angers him. In Act 4, scene 1, page 201 it states "Iago-She say's you're going to marry her.Are you? Cassio-Ha,ha,ha!. Othello-Are you laughing because you've won? Do you think you've won? Cassio-Me marry her?That whore? Please give me a little credit!. I'm not that stupid. Ha,Ha,ha! Othello-So,so,so,so! The winner's always got the last laugh, hasn't he?". This quote shows how Cassio is laughing about Iago's statement whether Cassio will marry Bianca. Then Othello sees this as Cassio's gloating about sleeping with Othello.
(Act 4, Scene 2, pg 227) In this scene, It shows Othello yelling at Desdemona that she cheated on him. Othello gets this information by Iago, who is manipulating him. This can show an external conflict since its showing jealousy and anger to Othello. This can supposedly lead to more violence. In Act 4, scene 2, page 227 it states," Othello- Was someone as beautiful as you meant to be a whore? What have you done? What have you done? Oh, you streetwalker! If I said out loud what you've done, you'd burn up with shame. What have you done? Heaven has to hold its nose when it sees you! The pure moon in the sky has to shut its eyes when you go by! Even the wind that blows over everything on earth is ashamed to visit you. You brazen whore! Desdemona- I swear to got God you're accusing me wrongly!". This indicates how Othello is angry at Desdemona for cheating on him and calls her a whore.
This scene is showing how Othello slaps Desdemona and how Lodovico was shocked by this. This can show a external conflict since it shows how Othello is angry about Desdemona and slaps her which shocked Lodovico into why such a innocent women has been punished for no crime that has been done, but in Othello's case, he had to punish Desdemona because of how she 'cheated on him'. In Act 4, Scene 1, pg 213 it states, "Othello- I'm glad you're insane enough to admit it in front of me. Desdemona- Why, sweet Othello-. Othello-(striking her) You devil! Desdemona-I haven't done anything to deserve this. Lodovico- My lord, no one will believe this in Venice, even though I'd swear I saw it with my own eyes. That was too much. You should apologize. She's crying". This can reveal about Othello's jealousy and anger he had with Desdemona by slapping her, shocking Lodovico in the process.