Othello's speech

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Othello's speech varies from each situation Iago has manipulated.

SPEECH BEGINS ELLOQUENTLY DESPITE IAGO AND BRABANTIO

Iago manipulates the situation by aggitating Brabantio informing him that his daughter is being "covered with a barbrary horse" yet Othello reacts calmly and elloquently to Brabantio.

Othello reinforces that he "won his daughter" using monosylabic words to remain calm and affirmitive. Dehumanising Othello by insisting that "thou hadst enchanted her" implies that he is unnatural and had to…

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