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Jealousy - Othello

The Theme of Jealousy in Othello
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Glen Kranenburg

on 9 September 2010

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Transcript of Jealousy - Othello

Jealousy Iago's Jealousy Iago the Inducer of Jealousy Othello's Jealousy What Jealousy can lead to... Jealous Jealous Jealous Iago Is Othello's Ancient rather than his lieutenant, which is the position he wanted ss Jealous of Othello and Cassio with having a "night" with his wife “Trifles light as air, Are to the jealous confirmations strong. As proofs of holy writ.” Jealous of Desdemona, Cassio and Othello of their Nobility And Cassio of his good looks "he hath a daily beauty which makes me ugly Lies
Deceit
Jealousy
"Jealousy...is a mental cancer" - B.C. Forbes "Envy is the ulcer of the soul" - Socrates O! beware, my lord, of jealousy; It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock,The meat it feeds on
unsure she is true she is false why?! she has betrayed me kill her i love her she has decieved me she gave away my handkerchief Jealous “Jealousy in romance is like salt in food. A little can enhance the savor, but too much can spoil the pleasure and, under certain circumstances, can be life-threatening” “The jealous are troublesome to others, but a torment to themselves.” “I know not whether she be true or be false CASSIO!!! DESDEMONA!?! Kills Desdemona Kills Himself Kills Emilia Emilia Kills Roderigo Wounds Cassio “thou dost stone my heart, and mak’st me call what I intended to do a murder, which I thought a sacrifice.” “ the woman falls: sure he has killed his wife” “I kissed thee, ere I killed thee: no way but this, killing myself, to die upon a kiss.”
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