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Transcript of othello
Iago begins to make Othello doubt Desdemona's loyalty
Violent thought, not towards Desdemona but towards Iago and himself
Gets angry at Iago for planting the seed of doubt into his mind
Demands for proof from Iago
When face with a difficult situation he does not overreact but is more impulsive than before
Content and comfortable with his current situation
Confident, happy, successful, victorious in both love and in battle
Has no reason to act or speak offensively so he doesn't
When faced with difficult situation he acts in a collected, well thought out way
Becomes progressively angrier as he finds more proof to back up Iago's claims
Decides that no matter what she says, Desdemona must be lying
Had the chance to sort things out, but rejected proof provided by Desdemona and Emilia
Has lost all of his previous confidence and humanity, completely manipulated by Iago
Others have also noticed Othello's changes
After murdering Desdemona he realizes his mistake
In the end he kills himself as well
His suicide is caused by Emilia, Iago and Desdemona
This marks the end of Othello's declination
"Cassio, I love thee/but never more be officer of mine."
"I have pain upon my forehead here"
"He puts the handkerchief from him, and she drops it."
Scene 1, Act 1
"She says enough; yet she is a simple bawd/ That cannot say as much. This is a subtle whore."
Othello's fall from self-assured general to the end
Whose Fault Was It?
Scene 4, Act 1
Scene 5, Act 2
Act 3, Scene 3