Lodovico, Othello, and Desdemona are together when othello sends Desdemona to bed.
Go to bed right this minute. I'll be there shortly. Send your maid Emilia away. Make sure you do what I say.
Would you walk with me, sir?-Oh, Desdemona-
Yes, my lord?
Desdemona and Emilia are getting Desdemona ready for bed and send Emilia away.
He says He'll come back right away. He asked me to go to bed and send you away.
Send me away?
Desdemona tells Emilia a story her mother told her.
My mother had a maid named Barbary. She was in love, and her lover turned out to be wild and left her. She knew an old song called "Willow" that reminded her of her own story, and she died singing it. I can't get that song out of my head tonight. It's all i can do to keep myself from hanging my head down in despair and singing it like poor Barbary
Desdemona brings up Lodovico being good looking while Emilia unpins her cloths.
No, Just help me unpin this. That Lodovico is a good looking man.
He's very handsome.
Desdemona questions if sit is a omen that she will cry because of her eye being itchy and asks if there are women out there who cheat.
I heard someone say That's what it means. Oh, these men, these men! Do you honestly think-tell me, Emilia-there are women who'd cheat on their husbands in such a disgusting manner?
There are women like that out there, no question.
Emilia explains why she would cheat if she did and Desdemona is very disagree on herself doing something like that.
I'd never do such a bad thing, not for the whole world!
Actually I think I would, and then I'd undo it after I did it. I wouldn't do it for a nice ring, or fine linen, or pretty gowns or petticoats or hats. But for the whole world? Who wouldn't cheat on her husband to make him king? I'd risk my soul for that.