Act 3

Act 3
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  • She gives it out that you shall marry her.  Do you intend it?
  • I marry her?  What a customer? Prithee bear some charity to my wit! Ha ha ha! 
  •  What did you mean by that same handkerchief you gave me? I was a fine fool to take it! This is some minx's token.  
  • Yours by this hand! And to see how he prizes the foolish woman your wife! She gave it him, and he hath giv'n it his whore.
  • Did you see the handkerchief?  Was it mine?
  • Do it not with poison, strangle her in bed.
  • Get me some poison, Iago, this night. 
  • By my troth, I am glad on 't
  • May the letter moved him. For they command him home. Deputing Cassio in his government.
  • My Lord. this would not be believed in Venice
  • Indeed? Oh Devil! [he slaps Desdemona]  Out of my sight!
  • Othello thinks he is listening to Cassio talk about his feelings about Desdemona - but he is talking about Bianca
  • Yes, you have seen Cassio and her together.
  • I durst, my lord, to wager she is honest. Lay down my soul at the stake. if you think other, remove your thought.
  • Othello is so angry, he and Iago plot to kill Desdemona and Cassio 
  • Let me see in your eyes, look in your face. What art thou?
  • Heaven knows that thou are false as hell.  Are you not a stumpet?
  • Your wife, my lord. Your true and loyal wife.
  • Lodovico comes with a note from the Duke in Venice saying that he wants Othello to return to Venice. He is surprised to find that Othello is mean to Desdemona and Cassie
  • Good Madame, what is the matter with my lord?
  • If I die before thee, prithee, shroud me in one of those same sheets.
  • He hath commanded me to go to bed, and bade me to dismiss you.
  • Othello tries to get Emilia to confirm that Desdemona has been cheating on him.  She tries to convince him that she has never done anything wrong.
  • Othello accuses Desdemona of being unfaithful.  He tells her to go to bed and wait for him.
  • No, as I am a Christian!  Oh heaven, forgive us.
  • Desdemona and Emilia are worried about Othello's anger.
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