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- Created on: 29-05-18 15:38
3.3.23- Desdemona to Cassio
"I'll watch him tame and talk him out of patience"
"Ha, I like not that"
3.3.39- Iago about Cassio
"steal away so guilty-like"
3.3.76- Othello to Desdemona
"I will deny thee nothing"
3.3.85- Othello to Desdemona
"To leave me but a little to myself"
3.3.91-92 - Othello about Desdemona
"when I love thee not
Chaos is come again"
"Men should be what they seem"
3.3.167-169 - Iago to Othello
"O beware, my lord, of jealousy!
It is the green-eyed monster, which doth mock
The meat it feeds on."
"For she had eyes and chose me"
"Away at once with love or jealousy!"
3.3.200- Iago to Othello
"Look to your wife, observe her well with Cassio"
3.3.205-206 - Iago to Othello
"In Venice they do let God see the pranks
They dare not show their husbands"
3.3.209- Iago to Othello
"She did deceive her father, marrying you"
3.3.231- Othello to Iago
"nature, erring from itself"
"Why did I marry?"
3.3.272-275 - Othello
"O curse of marriage
That we can call these delicate creatures ours
And not their appetites! I had rather be a toad
And live upon the vapour of a dungeon"
"This was her first remembrance from the Moor.
My wayward husband hath a hundred times
Wooed me to steal it, but she so loves the token"
3.3.321-322 - Emilia
"Poor lady, she'll run mad
When she shall lack it"
"The Moor already changes with my poison"
"I saw't not, thought it not, it harmed not me"
3.3.345-346 - Othello
"He that is robbed, not wanting what is stolen,
Let him not know't, and he's not robbed at all"
"Farewell: Othello's occupation's gone"
3.3.363- Othello to Iago
"give me the ocular proof"
3.3.375- Othello to Iago
"thou to damnation"
3.3.380-381 - Iago to Othello
"O monstrous world! Take note, take note, O world,
To be direct and honest is not safe"
3.3.385- Iago to Othello
"I should be wise, for honesty's a fool"
"I think my wife is honest, and think she is not"
3.3.390-391 - Othello
"As Dian's visage, is now begrimed and black
As mine own face"
3.3.427-428 - Iago to Othello about Cassio
" 'Cursed fate
That gave thee to the Moor!' "
"I'll tear her all to pieces"
"O blood, blood, blood!"
3.3.477-478 - Iago to Othello
"My friend is dead,
'Tis done - at your request. But let her live"
3.3.481-482 - Othello and Iago
"Now art thou my lieutenant"
"I am your own for ever"
3.4.58-59 - Othello about his mother
"She was a charmer and could almost read
The thoughts of people"
3.4.74-75 - Othello
"In her prophetic fury sewed the work;
The worms were hallowed that did breed the silk"
3.4.161-162 - Emilia about jealousy
"It is a monster
Begot upon itself, born on itself"
"This is some token from a newer friend!"