Othello

Othello
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  • Act IV - Scene I 
  • An hour alone with Cassio and not mean any harm, Iago?
  • Do you think it innocent to kiss in private or for Desdemona to be with her friend, Cassio, alone an hour or more, not meaning any harm?
  • Scene I 
  • It is proof that Cassio and Desdemona are having an affair. I am decided, I will strangle her in the bed.
  • Scene II 
  • Nor ever heard, nor ever did suspect. Desdemona is loyal  of you.
  • You have seen nothing about them ?
  • Have her come to me. Go Emilia. 
  • if to preserve this body for my from any other foul, unlawful touch is not be unfaithful. then I am not 
  • Othello and Iago enter discussing the nature of Desdemona's and Cassio's relationship. 
  • Scene II 
  • You're so liar Desdemona. 
  • Othello sees the conversation between Iago and Cassio, think they are talking about Desdemona ( Iago make it seem like Cassio is talking about Desdemona)
  • Act V - Scene II 
  • I will kill you Desdemona. That handkerchief which I so loved, you gave, YOU GAVE to Cassio.
  • No matter, I will struggle you. You're unfaithful 
  • Then Lord have mercy on me, and on you, too! I never did offend you. I never loved Cassio except as heaven would us love all others.
  • Othello asks Emilia if Desdemona is having an affair.
  • Scene II 
  • I kissed you before I killed you. No way but his, killing myself, to die upon a kiss.
  • Othello accuses Desdemona of being unfaithful. She is shocked and denies this allegation. 
  • What unknown sin have I committed?
  • My lord, what is your wish 
  • Oh, public prostitute! What committed? I would be embarrassed to speak aloud all of your sinful  deeds.
  • Let me see into your eyes. Look at my face.
  • Othello wakes Desdemona from her sleep and tells her to pray before he kills her. He thinks that Desdemona gave the handkerchief for Cassio, but she doesn't. Iago did this to get conflict. Desdemona says he is innocent but Othello still strangles her to death.
  • So Othello killed her. After he discover that Iago lied and Desdemona was really faithful. Othello attacks Iago and wounds him. Iago then kills Emilia. Othello kills himself. 
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