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24 terms
Othello
Othello
Desdemona
Iago
Emilia
A Moor, he is a cultural and racial outsider in Venice, but h…
Wife of Othello and daughter of Brabantio. She is at a self-e…
Venetian ensign (later lieutenant). Sensitive to slights. He…
Iago's wife and Desdemona's maid
Othello
A Moor, he is a cultural and racial outsider in Venice, but h…
Desdemona
Wife of Othello and daughter of Brabantio. She is at a self-e…
43 terms
Othello
When did Shakespeare write his plays?
Jacobean
Othello
Iago is Spanish for...
The 1600's (about 400 years ago)
A play written in the time of King James.
A general and a moor who murders his wife Desdemona because o…
James
When did Shakespeare write his plays?
The 1600's (about 400 years ago)
Jacobean
A play written in the time of King James.
24 terms
Othello
Othello
Desdemona
Iago
Emilia
A Moor, he is a cultural and racial outsider in Venice, but h…
Wife of Othello and daughter of Brabantio. She is at a self-e…
Venetian ensign (later lieutenant). Sensitive to slights. He…
Iago's wife and Desdemona's maid
Othello
A Moor, he is a cultural and racial outsider in Venice, but h…
Desdemona
Wife of Othello and daughter of Brabantio. She is at a self-e…
18 terms
Othello
Othello
Desdemona
Iago
Emilia
Protagonist ... General of Venice
Wife of Othello ... daughter of Brabantio.
-Foil of Othello... -Liar, cheat, wants Michael Cassio's job... H…
Iago's wife and Desdemona's attendant. A cynical, worldly wom…
Othello
Protagonist ... General of Venice
Desdemona
Wife of Othello ... daughter of Brabantio.
72 terms
Othello
chamber
taper
signiory
apprehend
room
candle
State of Venice (Senate)
arrest
chamber
room
taper
candle
21 terms
Othello
"My soul and fortunes consecrate"
"She has deceiv'd her father and may t…
"When I love thee not, chaos is come a…
'A man he is of honesty and trust'
Desdemona
Brabantio
Othello
Othello
"My soul and fortunes consecrate"
Desdemona
"She has deceiv'd her father and may t…
Brabantio
8 terms
Othello
Othello
Desdemona
Iago
Cassio
The play's hero... A Moorish general in the Venetian army... Eloque…
Othello's loyal wife... Daughter of Brabanzio... Gets set up by Iago
Othello's ensign; resentful of Cassio... The villain of the play…
Othello's lieutenant... Got promoted instead of Iago... Good-lookin…
Othello
The play's hero... A Moorish general in the Venetian army... Eloque…
Desdemona
Othello's loyal wife... Daughter of Brabanzio... Gets set up by Iago
18 terms
Othello
Othello
Desdemona
Iago
Emilia
Protagonist ... General of Venice
Wife of Othello ... daughter of Brabantio.
-Foil of Othello... -Liar, cheat, wants Michael Cassio's job... H…
Iago's wife and Desdemona's attendant. A cynical, worldly wom…
Othello
Protagonist ... General of Venice
Desdemona
Wife of Othello ... daughter of Brabantio.
29 terms
Othello
Bralbuntio
Othello
witchcraft
Cyprus
Senator of Venice, father of Desdemona
a Moor serving as a general officer in the Venetian army, est…
Bralbuntio accused Othello of employing this tool in convinci…
Mediterranean island held by Venice under threat of attack by…
Bralbuntio
Senator of Venice, father of Desdemona
Othello
a Moor serving as a general officer in the Venetian army, est…
43 terms
Othello
When did Shakespeare write his plays?
Jacobean
Othello
Iago is Spanish for...
The 1600's (about 400 years ago)
A play written in the time of King James.
A general and a moor who murders his wife Desdemona because o…
James
When did Shakespeare write his plays?
The 1600's (about 400 years ago)
Jacobean
A play written in the time of King James.
16 terms
Othello
desolate
laconic
sordidness
candid
Adj. spiritual ruin, loss of soul
Adj. using few words
N. lacking in morals
Adj. straightforward
desolate
Adj. spiritual ruin, loss of soul
laconic
Adj. using few words
23 terms
Othello
Othello
Desdemona
Iago
Emilia
A Moor, he is a cultural and racial outsider in Venice, but h…
Wife of Othello and daughter of Brabantio. She is at a self-e…
Venetian ensign (later lieutenant). Sensitive to slights. He…
Iago's wife and Desdemona's maid
Othello
A Moor, he is a cultural and racial outsider in Venice, but h…
Desdemona
Wife of Othello and daughter of Brabantio. She is at a self-e…
11 terms
Othello
Othello
Desdemona
Iago
Emilia
The play's protagonist and tragic hero. Othello is the highly…
The daughter of Brabantio and wife of Othello. The two are se…
Othello's ensign and the villain of the play. Although he is…
Iago's wife and Desdemona's attendant. A cynical, worldly wom…
Othello
The play's protagonist and tragic hero. Othello is the highly…
Desdemona
The daughter of Brabantio and wife of Othello. The two are se…
43 terms
Othello
Tragedy Authors
Shakespeare
Shakespeare's Tragedies
Elizabethan Age
- Aeschylus ... - Sophocles (5th Century BC) ... - Euripides ... - Sha…
- English playwright ... - 1564-1616 ... - Early: comedy/romantic t…
- Hamlet: tragedy of youth ... - King Lear: tragedy of old age... -…
- 1558- 1603... - Reign of Queen Elizabeth I ... - English Renaissa…
Tragedy Authors
- Aeschylus ... - Sophocles (5th Century BC) ... - Euripides ... - Sha…
Shakespeare
- English playwright ... - 1564-1616 ... - Early: comedy/romantic t…
88 terms
Othello
chamber
taper
signiory
apprehend
room
candle
State of Venice (Senate)
arrest
chamber
room
taper
candle
11 terms
Othello
Title
Author
Genre
Setting
Othello
William Shakespeare
Tragedy
Late sixteenth century, during the wars between Venice and Tu…
Title
Othello
Author
William Shakespeare
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Othello
What is Iago's complaint in Scene I? I…
What reasons does Iago give for contin…
Who is Brabantio, and why do Iago and…
Why does Iago leave Roderigo at Braban…
He is complaining that he is only lieutenant and Cassio even…
to further himself, and makes shows of his allegiance only fo…
Desdemona's father to tell him that Desdemona had run away wi…
He has to get back to Othello also he has to keep up with the…
What is Iago's complaint in Scene I? I…
He is complaining that he is only lieutenant and Cassio even…
What reasons does Iago give for contin…
to further himself, and makes shows of his allegiance only fo…
16 terms
Othello
"Good singior, you shall more command…
"Thick lips" A1S1
"...I love the gentle Desdemona" A1S2
"...thou hast enchanted her" A1S2
Calm in the face of Brabantio's rage, belies sterotype. Subtl…
Insults Othello, possible reference to Othello's race, arguab…
True pure love, she is a calming influence, soothes him.
He cannot believe that Desdemona would legitametly choose to…
"Good singior, you shall more command…
Calm in the face of Brabantio's rage, belies sterotype. Subtl…
"Thick lips" A1S1
Insults Othello, possible reference to Othello's race, arguab…
16 terms
Othello
Desolate
Laconic
Sordidness
Candid
adj. Spiritual ruin; loss of the soul
adj. Using few words; concise
n. Lacking in morals
adj. Sincere; straightforward
Desolate
adj. Spiritual ruin; loss of the soul
Laconic
adj. Using few words; concise
34 terms
Othello
abhor
Preferment
Lascivious
Iniquity
to hate
Promotion
Arousing Sexual Desire
Wickedness
abhor
to hate
Preferment
Promotion
12 terms
Othello
Hebrew
He has the sound of god
He stabs a sword through his stomach
Desdemona
What Is the origin of Othello (name)?
What is the meaning of Othello?
How does Othello die?
What was his wife called?
Hebrew
What Is the origin of Othello (name)?
He has the sound of god
What is the meaning of Othello?
20 terms
OTHELLO
eloped
help
drunken fight
loved
Othello and Desdemona did this
after the fight with Montano, Cassio believed Desdemona could…
Cassio lost his rank because he participated in this
Roderigo felt this way towards Desdemona
eloped
Othello and Desdemona did this
help
after the fight with Montano, Cassio believed Desdemona could…
16 terms
Othello
Shakespeare
Brabantio
Jealousy
Revenge
Writer of 39 plays, including Othello
Desdemona's father
Othello's tragic flaw
Assumed motivation for Iago
Shakespeare
Writer of 39 plays, including Othello
Brabantio
Desdemona's father
31 terms
Othello
Pleasure and action
It makes us ...
He hath a daily beauty
Keep up your bright swords...
make the hours seem short
or it mars us
that makes me ugly
for the dew will rust them
Pleasure and action
make the hours seem short
It makes us ...
or it mars us
11 terms
Othello
At the court of King James I in 1604
It was a Venetian outpost attacked by…
An Italian prose tale written in 1565…
It refers to the Islamic Arabic inhabi…
Where and when was Othello first performed?
Why is the location of Cyprus relevant?
Where is the story of Othello derived from?
Why is the title of 'Moor' relevant?
At the court of King James I in 1604
Where and when was Othello first performed?
It was a Venetian outpost attacked by…
Why is the location of Cyprus relevant?
13 terms
Othello
erstwhile
reluctant
discern
stature
former
unwilling and hesitant
perceive or recognize
The natural height of something
erstwhile
former
reluctant
unwilling and hesitant
8 terms
Othello
Aside
Soliloquy
Monolog
Dramatic Irony
A character speaks to the audience and the audience is to rea…
A long speech expressing the thoughts of a character alone on…
A long speech in a play or story, delivered by a single person
Irony that occurs when the meaning of the situation is unders…
Aside
A character speaks to the audience and the audience is to rea…
Soliloquy
A long speech expressing the thoughts of a character alone on…
12 terms
Othello
Grievous
Stuot
Paragon
Omit
Adj.- Causing grief or great sorrow; outrageous
Adj.-Bold, brave, or dauntless
N.- a model or pattern of excellence or of a particular excel…
V.- to leave out; fail to include or mention
Grievous
Adj.- Causing grief or great sorrow; outrageous
Stuot
Adj.-Bold, brave, or dauntless
18 terms
Othello
Othello
Desdemona
Iago
Emilia
Protagonist ... General of Venice
Wife of Othello ... daughter of Brabantio.
-Foil of Othello... -Liar, cheat, wants Michael Cassio's job... H…
Iago's wife and Desdemona's attendant. A cynical, worldly wom…
Othello
Protagonist ... General of Venice
Desdemona
Wife of Othello ... daughter of Brabantio.
28 terms
Othello
Iago's Character (Imagery) ... A1S1L87P12…
Iago's Character (Drama/Action)
Othello's Pride (Imagery)... A1S2L20-25 P…
Othello's Pride (Imagery)... A1S3L82-90 P…
Even now, now, very now, an old black ram... Is tupping your whi…
*****
... when I know that boasting is an honour,... I shall promulgat…
"Rude am I in my speech... And little blest with the soft phrase…
Iago's Character (Imagery) ... A1S1L87P12…
Even now, now, very now, an old black ram... Is tupping your whi…
Iago's Character (Drama/Action)
*****
6 terms
Othello
Advocacy
Affinity
Agile
Alacrity
Support of an idea or cause
A likeness, a natural relationship, a kinship
Characterized by an ability to move quickly with suppleness a…
Prompt and cheerful response, willingly
Advocacy
Support of an idea or cause
Affinity
A likeness, a natural relationship, a kinship
16 terms
othello
desolate
laconic
sordidness
candid
feeling abandoned or hopeless
using few words, concise
lacking morals
sincere, straightforward
desolate
feeling abandoned or hopeless
laconic
using few words, concise
10 terms
Othello
impudent
strumpet
restitution
solicit
not showing due respect for another person; impertinent.
a female prostitute or a promiscuous woman
the restoration of something lost or stolen to its proper own…
ask for or try to obtain (something) from someone.
impudent
not showing due respect for another person; impertinent.
strumpet
a female prostitute or a promiscuous woman
9 terms
Othello
Bombast
Preferment
Obsequious
Grange
(adj.) excessively confident, pompous (The singer's bombastic…
advance or promotion in dignity, office, or status
(adj) servile, very compliant, fawning
A farm and it's buildings
Bombast
(adj.) excessively confident, pompous (The singer's bombastic…
Preferment
advance or promotion in dignity, office, or status
9 terms
Othello
bombast
preferment
obsequious
grange
(adj) excessively confident, pompous, (The singers bombstic p…
...
...
...
bombast
(adj) excessively confident, pompous, (The singers bombstic p…
preferment
...
11 terms
othello
forbear
shrift
censure
belle
to choose not to do; to control oneself when provoked.
confession
an official strong criticism; blame; condemnation
to give a false idea of something, to show to be false or wro…
forbear
to choose not to do; to control oneself when provoked.
shrift
confession
61 terms
Othello
Abhor
Facile
Imminent
Inquity
Find repugnant
Arrived at without due care or effort, lacking depth
close in time
wickedness, unjust or unrighteous act
Abhor
Find repugnant
Facile
Arrived at without due care or effort, lacking depth
12 terms
Othello
grievous
stout
paragon
Omit
causing grief or great sorrow; outrageous
bold, brave, or dauntless
a model or pattern of excellence or of a particular excellence
to leave out; fail to include or mention
grievous
causing grief or great sorrow; outrageous
stout
bold, brave, or dauntless
89 terms
Othello
chamber
taper
signiory
apprehend
room
candle
State of Venice (Senate)
arrest
chamber
room
taper
candle
23 terms
Othello
Agile
Bombastic
Candid
Carnal
Able to move quickly and easily... The soccer player seemed agil…
excessively confident, pompous The singer's bombastic perform…
Impartial and honest in speech ... The debate moderator has to b…
fleshly; sensual; concerning the desires of the body... Romeo se…
Agile
Able to move quickly and easily... The soccer player seemed agil…
Bombastic
excessively confident, pompous The singer's bombastic perform…
20 terms
Othello
advocacy
affinity
agile
alacrity
support of an idea or cause
a likeness, a natural relationship, a kindship
characterized by ability to move quickly with suppleness and…
prompt and cheerful response
advocacy
support of an idea or cause
affinity
a likeness, a natural relationship, a kindship
15 terms
Othello
Beguile (n)
Bereft (n)
Bombast (n)
Consecrate (v)
Mislead or delude.... And often did beguile her of her tears, w…
Derived of, made unhappy through as loss. ... The rites for whi…
Pompous in speech and manner. ... But he; as loving his own pri…
To make or declare sacred. ... I saw Othello's visage in his mi…
Beguile (n)
Mislead or delude.... And often did beguile her of her tears, w…
Bereft (n)
Derived of, made unhappy through as loss. ... The rites for whi…
5 terms
Othello
"the moor"
"A black ram is tupping you're white e…
"Thieves!"
"My fair Warrior"- Desdemona
simple declarative
Juxtaposition of white and black & animal imagery- suggest ra…
Noun/ exclamative- suggests Othello stole Desdemona, sterioty…
Noun phrase
"the moor"
simple declarative
"A black ram is tupping you're white e…
Juxtaposition of white and black & animal imagery- suggest ra…
14 terms
Othello
Othello
Desdemona
Iago
Emilia
an admirable, honest, general who allowed jealousy to cloud h…
a fair, virtuous person who valued marriage and love
a deceptive, dishonest person who enjoyed destroying the live…
a good person who may have acquired some bad habits by trying…
Othello
an admirable, honest, general who allowed jealousy to cloud h…
Desdemona
a fair, virtuous person who valued marriage and love
9 terms
Othello
make amends for something
eat one's words
run down sth... run somebody down
get a grip (on oneself)
wynagrodzić coś
to admit that something you said before was wrong:... przyznać s…
to chase to exhaustion or until captured... wyładować się, wycze…
to get control of one's thoughts and emotions and stop behavi…
make amends for something
wynagrodzić coś
eat one's words
to admit that something you said before was wrong:... przyznać s…
12 terms
Othello
Desolate
candid
discord
insolent
Neglect ... adj
outspoken... adj
disagreement between people... noun
rude... adj
Desolate
Neglect ... adj
candid
outspoken... adj
49 terms
Othello
rising action
scene
soliloquy
staging
a related series of incident in a literary plot that build to…
the place where some action or event occurs; a unit of action…
a popular literary device often used in drama to reveal the i…
the act, process, or manner of presenting a play on the stage…
rising action
a related series of incident in a literary plot that build to…
scene
the place where some action or event occurs; a unit of action…
185 terms
Othello
Vista
Bier
Fared
Suitor
A broad view; outlook
Structure to hold a coffin
to get along; process; succeed
a man who courts a woman
Vista
A broad view; outlook
Bier
Structure to hold a coffin
44 terms
Othello
When did Shakespeare write his plays?
Jacobean
Othello
Iago is Spanish for...
The 1600's (about 400 years ago)
A play written in the time of King James.
A general and a moor who murders his wife Desdemona because o…
James
When did Shakespeare write his plays?
The 1600's (about 400 years ago)
Jacobean
A play written in the time of King James.
88 terms
Othello
chamber
taper
signiory
apprehend
room
candle
State of Venice (Senate)
arrest
chamber
room
taper
candle
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