Journey of the Handkerchief (Othello)

Journey of the Handkerchief (Othello)
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  • Thank you, I shall give this to my son when he marries.
  • As long as you have this handkerchief, your partner will remain loyal.
  • This handkerchief symbolizes our love, and I want you to have it.
  • Let's go.
  • An Egyptian charmer gives the handkerchief to Othello's mother.
  • I will plant this in Cassio's quarters in order to frame him.
  • This is the handkerchief that you have been asking me to steal. Desdemona accidentally dropped it.
  • After Othello's mother gives Othello the handkerchief, he gives it to Desdemona as his first gift to her.
  • I found this handkerchief in my quarters today and I want you to have it.
  • You don't know where it came from? Are you sure we should take it?
  • After offering to use the handkerchief to sooth Othello's headache, Desdemona accidentally drops it and Emilia picks it up.
  • Cassio gave it to me this morning.
  • Give it back. It is mine.
  • Where did you get that handkerchief?
  • Emilia gives the stolen handkerchief to Iago, who plans to plant it in Cassio's room in order to frame him.
  • Cassio finds the handkerchief in his room, and gives it to his wife, Bianca.
  • Othello finds Bianca with it and realizes that Cassio had it. Bianca gives it back to Othello.
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