Othello Themes


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  • Themes
    • Love
      • Othello and Desdemona
        • "Jewel" -Othello (42)
        • "My heart's subdued" - Desdemona (44)
        • "sweeting:" - Othello (66)
        • "sweet Desdemon:" - Othello (74)
        • "But I do love thee!"- Othello (75)
        • "I am bound to thee for ever." - Othello (79)
        • "A fair woman! A sweet woman!" - Othello ( 98)
        • "the world hath not a sweeter creature:" - Othello (99)
        • "she will sing the savageness out of a bear." - Othello (99)
        • "But never taint my love." - Desdemona (107)
        • "Yet I'll not shed her blood," -
      • Othello and Iago
        • "A man he is of  honesty and trust:" - Othello (45)
        • "Iago is most honest." - Othello (59)
        • "Honest Iago." -Othello (63)
        • "My lord, you know I love you." - Iago (76)
        • "Now art thou my lieutenant." - Othello (87)
        • "I am your own for ever." - Iago (87)
        • "Is my lord angry?" - Iago (91)
      • Desdemona and Cassio
        • "She is a most exquisite lady." -Cassio (59)
        • "My lord shall never rest," - Desdemona (73)
        • "I have been talking with my suitor here." - Desdemona (73)
        • "Pray you let Cassio be received again." - Desdemona (90)
        • "thrice-gentle Cassio," - Desdemona (91)
      • Iago and Cassio
        • "Honest Iago." - Cassio (68)
      • Emila and Desdemona
        • "Nor ever heard, nor ever did suspect." - Emilia (102)
        • "For if she be not honest, chaste and true, there's no man happy: the purest of their wives is foul and slander." - Emilia (102)
        • "she was chaste: she loved thee, cruel Moor." - Emilia (125)
    • Hate/Anger
      • "Death and damnation!"- Othello (84)
      • "O monstrous! Monstrous!" - Othello (85)
      • "O, blood, blood, blood!" - Othello (86)
      • "savage madness." - Iago (95)
      • Othello/Iago
        • "I hate the Moor." - Iago (47)
        • "Why he hast thus ensnared my soul and body?" - Othello (126)
      • "O devil!" - Othello (95)
      • Othello/Desdemona
        • "I will chop her into messes." - Othello
        • "Why did I marry?" -Othello (80)
        • "my heart is turned to stone:" - Othello (99)
        • "A closet lock and key of villainous secrets:" - Othello (103)
        • "cunning whore of Venice" - Othello (105)
      • Cassio/Bianca
        • "Go to, woman!" - Cassio (to Bianca) (93)
        • "This is the monkey's own giving out:" - Cassio (97)
        • "she haunts me in every place." - Cassio (97)
        • "and thither comes the bauble." ('plaything, worthless.') - Cassio (97)
      • "O damned Iago! O inhuman dog!" - Roderigo (115)
      • "Thou art a devil." - Emilia (121)
      • Emilia/Iago/ Othello
        • "villainy hath made mocks with love." - Emilia (122)
        • "She was too fond of her most filthy bargain." - Emilia (122)
        • "Villainy, villainy, villainy " - Emilia (123)
        • "Villainous whore!" - Iago (to Emilia) (124)
      • Untitled
    • Jealousy
      • "O, beware, my lord, of jealousy: It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock the meat it feeds on." - Iago (77)
      • "I'll see before I doubt;" - Othello (78)
      • "Be sure of it: give me the ocular proof," - Othello (83)
      • "Heaven keep the monster from Othello's mind!" - Desdemona (92)
    • Honesty
      • "As I am an honest man" - Iago (66)
      • "I do not think but Desdemona's honest." - Othello (79)
      • "to be direct and honest is not safe." - Iago (84)
      • "Your wife, my lord, your true and loyal wife." - Desdemona (103)
    • Insecurity
      • "for I am black" - Othello (80)
    • Misogyny / Men
      • "It is a common thing - to have a foolish wife." - Iago (82)
      • "They are all but stomachs, and we all but food:" - Emilia (90)
      • "Go to, woman!" - Cassio (to Bianca) (93)
    • Evil
      • "My medicine works!" - Iago (95)
      • "I will be found  most cunning in  my patience." - Othello (96)
      • "As he shall smile, Othello shall go mad," - Iago (96)
      • "I am a very villain else." - Iago (97)
      • "How shall I murder him Iago?" - Othello (98)
      • "Get me some poison, Iago," - Othello (99) (ambiguous)
      • "O treacherous villains!" - Iago (ironic) (115)

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