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Othello

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Transcript of Othello

Othello
Beyond the Appearance of Othello...
Act 1 Scene 2 Line 18-28
"Let him do his spite;
My services which I have done the signiory
Shall out-tongue his complaints. 'Tis yet to know,—
Which, when I know that boasting is an honour,
I shall promulgate—I fetch my life and being
From men of royal siege, and my demerits
May speak unbonneted to as proud a fortune
As this that I have reach'd: for know, Iago,
But that I love the gentle Desdemona,
I would not my unhoused free condition
Put into circumscription and confine
For the sea's worth.
Act 3 Scene 3 Lines 410-426
Iago tells Othello he over heard Cassio speak of his affair with Desdemona.
Act 3 Scene 3 Lines 438-439
Iago tells Othello he seen Cassio wipe his mouth with a handkerchief that Othello gave Desdemona.

Iago warns Othello that Brabantio plans to break up his marriage with Desdemona.
Othello understands that nothing Brabantio says will end the marriage between him and Desdemona.
Othello knows that he is valuable to the state of Venice, as a war hero and for the services he has accomplish.
Othello only listens to Iago's story about what is going on between Cassio and Desdemona.
Othello never questions Cassio about the situation.
Othello did not believe what Desdemona had to say about the situation.
The only concrete evidence Othello could decide from is in Act 4 Scene 1 Line 151.
Othello sees that Bianca has his handkerchief, he believes it is enough proof for himself to decide that both Desdemona and Cassio must perish.
Othello was naive because of his lack of better judgement.
Vacillating
From the beginning until the end,the reader starts to recognize how Othello's once blunt nature starts to waver.
Act 1 Scene 3 pg.38 lines 129-171
She loved me for the dangers I had passed,
And I loved her that she did pity them.
This is the only witchcraft I have used.
Act 3 Scene 3 line 55
Not now, sweet Desdemon; some other time.

created by
Andre Vaughn
Gerald Tate
Brande Wilson
Courage
Act 1 Scene 3 lines 129-144

Vulnerability
Act 1 Scene 2 lines 17-28
Othello was Courageous. Othello went to war with no hesitation while knowing of his heavy past.
Wherein I spake of most disastrous chances,
Of moving accidents by flood and field,
Of hair breadth scapes i'th'imminent deadly breach
Of being taken by the insolent foe
Othello was vulnerable. No one knows of Othello's royal background, for Othello to keep his position he must fight without resignation.
"Let him do his spite;
My services which I have done the signiory
Shall out-tongue his complaints. 'Tis yet to know,—
Which, when I know that boasting is an honour,
I shall promulgate—I fetch my life and being
From men of royal siege, and my demerits
May speak unbonneted to as proud a fortune
Naive
Pride
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