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You have drugged my sweet girl into marrying you
Othello and Desdemona get hitched without Brabantio's permission. Iago says to Othello, "But please tell me, sir, is your marriage secure? Brabantio is an important man in this city, almost as powerful as the duke himself"(1.2.10-13).
Desdemona and Othello go see Brabantio and he accuses Othello of drugging Desdemona Brabantio says" It's obvious to everyone that you have drugged her or kidnapped her"(1.2.70-73).
Iago gets cassio drunk so he gets fired. Iago says to Cassio, "Well, good luck to them tonight in bed! Come with us, lieutenant. I’ve got a jug of wine, and these two Cyprus gentlemen want to drink a toast to the black Othello." (2.3.22-25).
Cassio stabs Montano while he is drunk. Montano says to Othello, " Othello, I’ve been seriously hurt. Your officer Iago can tell you what happened. I should save my breath, since it hurts to talk. I didn’t do anything wrong that I know of, unless it was a sin to defend myself when someone attacked me."(160-164).
Desdemona drops her handkerchief while helping Othello and Emilia picks it up and takes it for Iago to plant. Iago to Emilia, "You stole it from her?" Emilia to Iago, "No, actually. She dropped it carelessly, and, seizing the opportunity, since I was here, I picked it up. Look, here it is" (3.3.320-323).
Iago creates drama between Othello and Desdemona over a handkerchief. "I'll leave this at Cassio's house and let him find it. To a jealous man, a meaningless little thing like this looks like absolute proof. This handkerchief may be useful to me" (3.3.331-334).
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