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  • Act four, Scene 1
  • My lord, no one in Venice will believe this happened even if I swear I saw it myself. You have overreacted . Apologize to her. She is crying. pg 215
  • (He hits her) Devil! Pg. 213
  • (greatly shocked and upset) I didn't deserve that. Pg 215
  • Act four, Scene 2
  • "What , you're not a whore?" "Is it possible?"
  • "No. I swear it on my soul"
  • "(He takes her by the throat, pushing down on the bed.) No, if you resist..." "...It's too late (He smothers her.) "pg267
  • Act five, Scene 2
  • "Just half an hour more! "pg 267
  • This shows a development in Othello character because he assaulted a women. Othello got so angry, that it overcame him and made him hit his own wife. Othello gets very angry and violent.  This shows a development in Othello's character because before, in the beginning in the story, Othello was very humble and kind. He would never even think of hitting a women, let alone his own wife. This scene in the book explains how othello changed from humble to volient.
  • Act five, Scene 2
  • "My wife, my wife! What wife? I have no wife. Oh, I can't stand this! Oh, how horrible this is! There should be a total eclipse of the sun and the moon, and the terrified earth should be racked with earthquakes because of this."    pg269
  • This shows a development in Othello's character from the middle of the book because Othello's old self begins to appear again. Othello for a slight moment again believed that Desdemona may be telling the truth and she not may be cheating after all. This quotes shows how in the middle of the story how he thought he knew that Desdemona cheated but now he has hope that she didn't. Although Othello quickly becomes angry again with Othello, for a little while, he was his old self again.
  • Act five, Scene 2
  • "Why, anything. Call me an honorable murder, if you wish, for I did nothing out of hatred, but only with honorable motives" pg287
  • This scene in the story shows a dramatic development in Othello's character because he commits a murder.  Othello was so overwhelmed with angry and jealous,  he killed his own wife, who he once loved most in the world. This shows a change in his character because earlier in the story, he was crazy over Desdemona and would do anything for her. He believed that it was true love and they would live happily ever after, but now when he thinks of Desdemona, he thinks of angry, hate, or cheating. He started from loving her to killing her out of hate.
  • Act five, Scene 2
  • This shows a development in Othello's character because he becomes depressed and flooded with sadness. He feels grief and regret for what he has done. He begins to tell himself how he could do something so horrible. Earlier in the story, Othello was very happy, but not he is depressed and full of regret of what he just done.
  • The shows a trait of Othello's because throughout all of his character developments, he is honest and honorable again. Throughout the story, he may have been dishonest and lie, but he is being honest again. This shows a change from being honest, to lying, to being honest again. This development, I would say is good change because even though he has done unbearable things, he is still honest and that is a good trait to have for Othello.
  • This scene shows a big character development on the behalf of Othello because Othello becomes so full of grief and sadness, instead of hurting someone else, he hurts himself and dies. He believes that since Desdemona is no longer in his life, there is no point of living without her. In the beginning of the story, Othello was happy and wanted a nice, full, long life. This later changed because in scene five, Othello is full of regret, sadness,and kills himself because of it.
  • " I kissed you before I killed you. There's no other way to die but this, that, killing myself, I die as I kiss you again. ( He falls on the bad and dies.) pg291
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