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I told him what I thought, and told no more than what he foud himself was apt and true
'tis a strange truth
I know this act shows horrible and grim but I swore I thought I was doing the right thing
Disprove this villain, he says thou told'st him that his wife was false!
I’m not sorry, either. I want you to live, since to me, death is happiness.
Villainous whore! Filth, thou liest!
I found the handkerchief and gave't my husband, By heaven, I do not, gentlemen, Do with so good a wife?
I kissed thee ere I killed thee. No way but this, Killing myself, to die upon a kiss.
Emilia calls in Montana, Gratiano and Iago to get them to tell Othello he was wrong about Cassio an Desdemona's.
Iago begins to get outraged by angry with Emila, due to her yelling at him saying it was his fault; he stabs her and she dies. Othello then stabs Iago the villain.
In deep tragedy, Othello ends the scene with suicidal thoughts and realizes what he has done, kisses Desdemona, and then curses himself. Ending with a beautiful tragedy.
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