othello quotes

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  • Othello key quotes
    • act 1
      • scene 1
        • 'but he, as loving his own pride and purposes' - Iago
        • 'i am not what i am' - Iago
        • 'an old black ram is tupping your white ewe' - Iago
        • 'you'll have your daughter covered with the barbary horse, you'll have your nephew neigh to you
        • 'thou art a villain' 'and you are a senator' - Brabantio followed by Iago
      • scene 2
        • '... to do no contriv'd muder. i lack iniquity' - Iago
        • 'boasting is an honour ... from men of royal siege - Othello
        • 'my parts, my title, and my perfect soul' - Othello
      • scene 3
        • 'she is abus'd, stol'n from me' Brabantio
        • 'of being taken by the insolent foe, and sold to slavery'
        • 'you're son in law is more fair than black' - the duke
        • 'but put money in thine purse. these moors are but changeable in their wills' - Iago
        • 'thus do i ever make my fool my purse' - iago
        • '... to abuse Othello's ear' - Iago
    • act 2
      • scene 1
        • 'with as little web as this i will ensnare as great a fly as Cassio' - Iago
        • 'o fie upon thee, slanderer!' Desdemona
        • 'chidden bellows seems to pelt the clouds' - 2nd gentleman
        • 'o, my fair warrior!' othello
        • 'and nothing can, or shall content my soul until i am even'd with him, wife for wife' iago
        • Untitled
          • 'he is a soldier fit to stand by Caesar' Cassio about  Iago
          • 'honest Iago' - cassio
          • 'reputation, reputation reputation! ... i have lost the immortal part of myself and what remains is bestial!'cassio
          • 'this honest fool plies desdemona to repair his fortunes
          • 'i'll pour pestilence into his ear' iago
          • 'and out of her goodness make a net that shall emnesh them  all' iago
      • scene 2
        • 'heaven bless the Isle of Cyprus and our noble general Othello'
    • act 3
      • scene 1
        • 'i never knew a Florentine more kind and honest' cassio
      • scene 3
        • 'what'er you e, i am obedient' desdemona
        • 'chaos is come again' othello
        • 'men should be what they seem' iago
        • 'beware ... of jealousy: it is the green eyed monster that doth mock the meat it feeds on' iago
        • 'haply for i am black, and have not those soft parts of conversation'othello
        • 'even when this forked plague is fated to us'
        • 'he puts the handkerchief to her, and she drops it'  stage direction
        • 'the moor already changes with my poison'
        • 'as Dian's visage, is now begrim'd and black as mine own face' othello
        • 'i'll tear her to pieces' othello
        • '... but such a handkerchief ... today i see cassio wipe his beard with it
      • scene 4
        • 'she dying gave it to me, and bid me when my fate would have me wife'
        • 'the handkerchief!' x3
    • act 4
      • scene 1
        • 'as doth the raven o'er the infected house' othello
        • 'lie-' othello
        • 'he falls in a trance'
        • 'a horned man's a monster and a beast' othello
        • 'how shall i murder him, Iago' othello
        • 'a fine woman, a fair woman, a sweet woman' othello at des
        • 'i will chop her into messes. cuckold me!' othello
        • 'do it not with poison: strangle her in her bed, even the bed she doth contaminated' iago
        • 'good, good. the justice of it pleases' othello
        • 'devil!' (he strikes her)
        • 'my lord, this would not be believed in Venice' lodovico
      • scene 2
        • 'the devils themselves should fear to seize thee' othello to des
        • 'to whom, my lord? with whom? how am i false?' des
        • 'why should he call her whore?' emilia
        • 'he unkindness may defeat my life, but never taint my love' des
        • 'i do not find that thou deals't justly with me' roderigo
      • scene 3
        • 'who would not make her husband a cuckold, to make him a monarch' emilia
        • 'i do not think there is such a woman' des
        • 'i do think it is their husband's faults if wives do fall' emilia
        • 'let husbands know that their wives do have sense like them ... desires for sport and frailty as men have' emilia
    • act 5
      • scene 1
        • he (iago) stabs Roderigo'
        • 'this is the night that either makes me, or fordoes me quite' iago
        • 'this is the night that either makes me, or fordoes me quite' Iago
        • 'thy bed, lust stain'd, shall with lust's blood be spotted' othello
      • scene 2
        • 'yet she must die, else she'll betray more men' othello
        • 'persuade Justice to break her sword' Othello
        • 'i never did offend you in my life; never lov'd cassio' des
        • 'my lord, but kill me not!' ... 'but half an hour!' ... "but while i say one prayer' des
        • he smothers her
        • 'nobody ... i myself. commend me to my kind lord'
        • 'who can control his fate'
        • 'othello, that once wert so good, fallen into the practice of a damned slave' lodovico
        • 'an honourable murder ... but all in honour' othello
        • 'that demi devil ... he hath thus ensnared my soul and body' othello
        • 'from this time forth i will never speak a word' iago
        • 'i have done the state some service and they know't' othello
        • 'of one not easily jealous' othello
        • 'like the base Indian, threw away the pearl richer than all his tribe' othello
        • 'where a malignant and turban'd Turk beat a Venetian' othello
        • he stabs himself
        • 'o, spartan dog' lodovico

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