Othello Act 5

Othello Act 5
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  • Yet I'll not shed her blood, nor shed that whiter skin of hers than snow and smooth as monumental alabaster.
  • Nobody. I myself. Farewell! Commend me to my kind Lord. O, farewell.
  • I told him what I thought and told no more than what he found himself. 
  • Othello explains that he will not stab Desdemona because he does not want to scar her skin.
  • Why anything. An honorable murderer, if you will.
  • Desdemona says that she has killed herself, not Othello. She is being obedient so Othello won't get in trouble.
  • Demand me nothing. What you know, you know. From this time forth I never will speak word.
  • Iago explains that all he did was explain to Othello what he thought was going on. Readers know that Iago went on to manipulate him into thinking it was true.
  • Speak of me as I am. Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice. Then you must speak of one that loved no wisely but too well.
  • Othello believes that he has done a good deed by killing Desdemona. He is proud of his work.
  • In Iago's last lines of the play, he says that no one will ever know why he did what he did as he will never speak again.
  • Othello has now realized that Iago set everything up and he actually had no reason to kill Desdemona. These are some of his last words before he stabs himself.
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