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  • Act 1
  • Roderigo, the moor is having an affair with the girl you love if you help me i will get revenge fo you
  • Act 2
  • Hey y'all we're back from a war 
  • Act 3
  • yo Desdemona, where's my hankerchief?
  • well, you better find it b/c it's very special.
  • I left it somewhere.
  • .At this point in the story, in the streets of Venice, Iago tries to convince Roderigo that he should help him with a scheme that he plans to get revenge on the moor aka Othello, Therefore both Iago and Roderigo gain something out of the scheme. In addition, they involve Desdemona's father because she is married to Othello therefore at the same time ruining Desdemona's life. this shows that Iago is trying to change the way that Roderigo thinks and therefore what Roderigo is needed for in this plan is support and money
  • Act 4
  • After Othello returns from a war and surrounds himself with more people and left Iago evilly plotting all to himself, therefore as he returns he has no idea what Iago has planned for him, In a later scene Othello fires Cassio from his position because he was acting the wrong way (due to Iago) therefore changing the way that Othello views Cassio.
  • Act 4
  • -this is about when Othello starts to side with Iago and question Desdemona- "Ay, let her rot, and perish and be damned tonight, for she shall not live." this is about when Iago transforms Othello's love for Desdemona into hatred, therefore, changing the way that Othello will make decisions.
  • Act 5
  • At this point in the story, Iago convinces Roderigo to fight Cassio, for Cassio to die. But in a sudden turn of events, Iago decides to kill Roderigo to show Cassio that Iago is the ¨good guy¨
  • At this point in the story, Iagos is off running away from the crime scene but Lodovico stops him, this is when Iago turns around and realizes he ¨has¨ to betray his best friend and while heś at it he gains the trust of Lodovico and Cassio, which Iago despises both.
  • -this is after Iago convinces Othello to distrust his wife- ¨if you remember any sin that you haven't yet confessed, ask for forgiveness for it immediately¨ At this point in the story Othello is going to kill his wife, but he is still debating if he should do it, but in the end convinces himself to kill desdemona because its his ¨duty¨
  • Yo emelia its not his fault i slipped and fell
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