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"Now will I question Cassio of Bianca,/ A huswife that by selling her desires/ Buys herself bread and [clothes]. It is a creature/ That dotes on Cassio […]/ He, when he hears of her, cannot restrain/ From the excess of laughter" (Shakespeare 4.1.93-99).
"She’s telling people you’re going to marry her./ Do you intend it?" (Shakespeare 4.1.115-116)
"Do [you] triumph, Roman? do you triumph?" (Shakespeare 4.1.118)
"Ha, Ha, Ha!" (Shakespeare 4.1.117)
"Do it not with poison; strangle her in her bed,/even the bed she hath contaminated" (Shakespeare 4.1.207-208)
Get some poison, Iago, this night. I’ll not/ expostulate with her, lest her body and beauty/ unprovide my mind again. That night, Iago (Shakespeare 4.1.204-206).
"Good, good; the justice of it pleases; very/ good" (Shakespeare 4.1.209-210).
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