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7 Conflicts From Othello

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Transcript of 7 Conflicts From Othello

7 Conflicts From
Othello
Presented By:
China Norris

Jealous Soldier
The play starts with Roderigo and Iago, Iago explaining why he should have been chose to be Othello's lieutenant rather than a guy from Florence named Michael Cassio. A man who knows more about money than warfaire. As a result of his jealousy, they make their first plot to enrage Desdemona's father, Brabantio, about their elopement to get back at Othello.
Act 1, Scene 1
Lines: 1-75
Pages: 2-7
Im
Sprung
Roderigo is so deeply in love with Desdemona, which is married to Othello, he becomes Iago's puppet for destroying Othello to get with her. He loves Desdemona so much he considers death as a cure to his life when living is torture for him, because he can't have her. As for being so sprung it ends his life in bloody murder.
Act 1, Scene 3
Lines:301-304
Pages:12-13
Man
ipulation
Othello leaves Cassio on guard duty, knowing of this Iago persuades Cassio to take a drink and to invite some revelers to join them. It is not long before he becomes intoxicated and wanders off and gets into a fight with Roderigo. Montano steps in to prevent the fight and is attacked by Cassio. Immediately taking control of the situation, Othello demands to know what happened, but both Iago and Montano have seem to forgot what had happened. Iago tries to make it seem like he feels sympathy for Cassio but Othello dismisses Cassio of his position.
Act 2, Scene 3
Lines: 29-40
Pages:3-5
The
Handkerchief
to it all!
Act 3, Scene 4
Pages: 3-5
I Don't
Understand
As Othello still believes these untrue thoughts and plans on killing Desdemona. Othello receives news from Lodovico that he has been called back to the city (Venice) and been replaced by Cassio. Meanwhile, Desdemona speaks to Lodovico and makes loving comments about Cassio, overhearing these comments Othello gets enraged strikes Desdemona in front of him. Desdemona can't figure out why he would hit her, when she's done nothing to deserve it.
Act 4, Scene 1
Lines: 170-189
T-Pain-Im sprung
Genre: R&B
Drake -All Me
Genre: Rap
Taylor Swift- Mean
Genre: Country
Kelly Rowland- Talk A Good Game
Genre: R&B
Shaliek- The Past
Genre: R&B
The
Devil
wears Nada
Everyone finds out from Emilia that Iago is the villian who has planted all of the lies that Othello has believed. All of the lies that led Othello to end his innocent Desdemona's life. Othello stabs Iago,but doesn't kill him. So Lodovico decides as his punishment he will remain a prisoner and receive a cruelty that can torment him much but keep him alive.
Act 5, Scene 2
Pages: 11-18
Big Sean-Beware
Genre: Rap
Othello accuses Desdemona of cheating with Cassio, because of Iago's lies. Iago sarcastically mentions to Othello to watch how Desdemona is around Cassio. However, Othello doesn't believe him without proof. Desdemona looses her handkerchief and Emilia finds it and gives it to Iago. Iago places the handkerchief in Cassio's room, so it would appear as if Desdemona gave it to him.Othello questioned Desdemona of where her handkerchief was, she couldn't reply.
Till
Death
Do Us Part
Othello has reached his breaking point and now decides that he has to kill Desdemona of her unfaithfulness. Inspired by what he believes to be Iago’s successful vengeance, Othello returns to his bedroom to kill Desdemona. He kisses her while she sleeps and she wakes up to him telling her, she needs to pray before her death. She questions him why does he want to kill her and then she tells him to wait to tomorrow or a half hour. She asks to say one prayer, but it's a little to late and Othello smothers her.
Act 5, Scene 2
Lines:90-95
Page: 5
Adele- Rolling in the Deep
Genre: Soul
Conflict: Man vs Self
Conflict: Man vs Self
Conflict: Man vs Man
Conflict: Man vs Man
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