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This character is angry because he feels like he was lied to by the person he was paying to give him information on Desdemona.
This character is a scholar and has been promoted to Lieutenant.
This character revokes (takes back) his ideas of punishment when he hears that his lead General is being charged with witchcraft and kidnapping.
This character feels that they are deserving of a better position in the army, and is angry that he/she did not receive it.
This character looks at marriage is an act in which to gain wealth, not an act of love.
"But throwing shows of service on their lords, do well thrive by them; /and when they have lined their coats, do themselves homage/...And such a one I do profess myself"
"Not I. I must be found. /My parts, my title, and my perfect soul /shall manifest me rightly"
"Rude am I in speech,/And little blessed with the soft phrase of peace;/...Till now some nine moons wasted, they have used/their dearest action in the tented field/ and little of this great world can I speak/ More than pertains to feats of [broil] and battle"
"Take up this mangled matter at the best./ Men do their broken weapons rather use than their bare hands"
"That I did love the Moor to live with him/ My downright violence and storm of fortunes/ May trumpet to the world. My heart's subdued/Even to the quality of my lord"
What two concepts (one is a image, the other an act) does Iago use to anger Branbantio about the elopement of Othello and Desdemona?
When Brabantio says to Othello "Look to her Moor, if thou hast eyes to see/She has deceived her father and may thee," what is he planting in Othello's mind?
Desdemona is deceitful
What reason does Othello give for loving Desdemona?
She pitied him (felt sorry)
Why is Iago keeping Roderigo around?
He wants his money
This character begins to doubt Othello's ability to be a leader
This character attacks Cassio
This character is the first to arrive on Cyprus
This character feels more at home when on the island of Cyprus
This character is accused of nagging, cheating, and overall being a bad spouse in front of several people.
"He hath achieved a maid/That paragons description and wild fame,/ one that excels the quirks of blazening pens/And in the essential vesture of creation/ Does tire the ingener"
"Give me to know/How this foul rout began, who set it on;/And he that is approved in this offense,/ Though he had been twinned with me, both at birth/ shall lose me"
"And nothing can or shall content my soul/ Till I am evened with him, wife for wife"
"I think you think I love you"
"Let it not gall your patience, good Iago,/that I extend my manners. Tis' my breeding/ that gives me this bold show of courtesy"
What physical weather event always foreshadows emotional chaos to follow in a Shakespearian play?
Who does Iago wish Cassio to offend in a fight, and thereby get fired by Othello due to politics?
Cassio asks this person to help him get Desdemona to speak on his behalf
This is the character that was hurt and is of great fame and affinity in Cyprus
This character has the handkerchief at the end of Act III
This person has asked repetitively for the handkerchief to be stolen from Desdemona.
This person is to kill Cassio
" Give me your hand. This hand is moist, my lady...Hot, Hot, moist"
"Tis not a year or two shows us a man./They are all but stomachs and we all but food"
"Can he be angry? I have seen the cannon/When it hath blown his ranks into the air/And, like a devil, from his very arm/Puffed his own brother."
"But Jealous souls will not be answered so./They are not ever jealous for the cause/but jealous for they're jealous"
"This is some token from a newer friend./To the absence now I feel a cause."
"Even so my bloody thoughts, with violent pace/ Shall never look back, never ebb to humble love,/ Till that capable and wide revenge swallow them up"
"For thy solicitor shall rather die/ Than give thy cause away"
According to Desdemona, what kind of distance is Othello keeping from Cassio?
What does Cassio want Bianca to do with the handkerchief?
What does Iago remind Othello that Desdemona did to her father, and could do to him?
According to Othello's myth about the handkerchief, what happens if the woman loses it or gives it away as a gift?
Her husband will leave her
What is the first piece of proof that Iago offers to Othello when he demands evidence?
In Scene 3, Iago and Othello see Cassio leave after speaking with Desdemona. What two words does he use to describe Cassio's behavior?
What 3 concepts does Iago use to make Othello insecure of himself?
Age, race, manners
This person has an epileptic fit because of the images "Lie with her, lie on her"
This person haunts Cassio's steps, and nags him to come to her house and spend time with her
Othello accuses this character of being the gate keeper to hell, as this character is the keeper of Desdemona
This person wants their jewels back
This person does not believe that there are women who actually cheat on their husbands
"If thou the next night not enjoy Desdemona, take me from this world with treachery and devise engines for my life"
"I durst my lord, wager that she is honest,/ Lay down my soul at stake"
"I am sorry that I am deceived in him"
"Confine yourself but in a patient list./Whilst you were here, o'erwhemled with your grief,/ a passion most unsuiting such a man/ Cassio came hither"
"God send me such uses send,/ Not to pick bad from bad, but by bad mend"
What action is Othello reduced to when he lets Iago influence his way of finding out truth?
hides, spies, and Eavesdrops
What is the first way Othello suggests that he should use to kill his wife?
What would it take for Desdemona to cheat on her husband?
Nothing would work
What is Othello's motivation for killing his wife in act 4?
" I have no great devotion to the deed,/ And yet he hath given me satisfying reasons./ Tis but a man gone."
"Nobody. I myself. Farewell, commend me to my kind lord"
"Yet she must die, else she'll betry more men./ Put out the light, and then put out the light./ If I quench thee, thou flaming minister,/ I can again thy former light restore/ Should I repent"
"That death is unnatural that kills for loving"
"Then must you speak/Of one that loved not wisely, but too well; of one not easily jealous, but being wrought, perplexed in the extreme"
this person is stabbed in the calf muscle.
This person dies of grief
This person think he is killing for divine justice
This person lies before their death, damning them for eternty.
This character appoints Cassio as commander of Venice after Othello kills himself
This character is to be tortured for his/her actions
When Lodovico strips Othello of this power and job, what does he lose that he worked so hard to protect?
an effective literary device that may suggest order, or add special meaning to a piece of literature or poetry. The repeating of words, phrases, lines, or stanzas.
a literary term referring to how a person, situation, statement, or circumstance is not as it would actually seem
refers to the use of indicative words/phrases and hints that set the stage for a story to unfold and give the reader a hint of something that is going to happen without revealing the story or spoiling the suspense.
figure of speech that makes a comparison between two unlike things and uses the words "like," "as," "than" or "resembles"
is the distinctive tone or tenor of an author's writings. or word choice
a pattern of sound that includes the repetition of consonant sounds. The repetition can be located at the beginning of successive words or inside the words
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