Othello the women assualter

Othello the women assualter

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  • IIII.ii.68-74
  • Othello
  • Oh, ay, as summer flies are in the shambles, That quicken even with blowing. (IIII.ii.69-70)
  • External Conflict: Othello vs. Desdemona Person vs. Person
  • Alas, what ignorant sin have i committed? (IIII.ii.74)
  • Desdemona
  • I hope my noble lord esteems me honest. (IIII.ii.68)
  • III.iii.375-389
  • Othello
  • If thou dost slander her and torture me, Never pray more. Abandon all remorse. (III.iii.378-379)
  • Nay, stay. Thou shouldst be honest.  (III.iii.389)
  • Internal Conflict: Othello and the thought of Desdemona cheating on him/Person vs. Self
  • Oh, grace! Oh, heaven forgive me! Are you a man? Have you a soul or sense?
  • My noble lord- (III.iii375
  • Iago
  • III.iii.131-135
  • Othello
  • Certain, men should be what they seem. (III.iii.133)
  • Nay, yet there's more to this. (III.iii.135)
  • External Conflict: Othello vs. Iago/Person vs. Person
  • Men should be what they seem, Or those that be not, would they might seem none! (III.iii.131-132)
  • Why then I think Cassio's an honest man (III.iii.134)
  • Iago
  • The scene shows an external conflict between Othello and Desdemona. Othello is overwhelmed by his jealousy and the thought of Desdemona cheating on him. He lashes out against Desdemona and abuses her verbally, calling her honest as "summer flies in the shambles." This scene is important because it shows that Othello truly believes Iago's lies and his own lack of self-confidence. His new-found anger toward Desdemona is finally shown in this scene. He is unable to keep his calm and, as a result of this, he lashes out against Desdemona
  • This scene shows Othello's panic and anxiety over the idea of Desdemona cheating on him. He faces the possibility of an affair in a different manner than he usually does. Although he is generally called calm and confident, this all changes when the thought comes into his mind. This is an internal conflict, person vs self. He freaks out and tells Iago that if he is just fearmongering, then there is no need to beg for mercy. It shows the seriousness of how he faces the situation and how important his relationship is with Desdemona
  • This scene shows Iago's manipulation of Othello. He convinces Othello that he is an honest person. he then starts inserting the idea into Othello's mind while keeping his honest facade. He pretends to not want to tell because he thinks Cassio is an honest man and would not cheat with Desdemona. However, this is just an attempt to manipulate Othello into a state of desperation to know what Iago is implying. This scene is an external scene, person vs person. This scene is important because it truly shows the extent of Iago's manipulating.
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