Types of love in Othello: Othello (part 3)


Love & Sex

Love & Madness

  • "The purchase made, the fruits are to ensue/ That profit's yet to come 'tween me and you" (2.3.9-10)
  • "This hand is moist" (3.4.32)
  • "For here's a young and sweating devil here" (3.4.38)
  • "But i do love thee; and when i love thee not/ Chaos is come again" (3.3.91-2)
  • "If she be false, O then heaven mocks itself/ I'll not believe it" (3.3.280-1)
  • "Not poppy nor mandragora/ Nor all the drowsy syrups of the world/ Shall ever medicine thee to that sweet sleep/ Which thou owed'st yesterday" (3.3.331-40
  • "Thou hast set me on the rack" (3.3.336)
  • "Arise black vengeance, from thy hollow cell!" (3.3.448)
  • "Pish! Noses, ears, and lips. Is't possible? - Confess? Handkerchief? O devil!" (4.1.40-1)
  • "Are his wits safe? Is he not light of brain?" (4.1.260)
  • "When your eyes roll so" (5.2.38)
  • "Deaths unnatural that kills for loving" (5.2.42)
  • "Why gnaw you so your nether lip" (5.2.43)


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