Othello quotes

Iago telling brabantio about Desdemona and othello
even now, now very now, an old black ram is tupping your white ewe
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brabantio talking about his daughters misbehaviour and trust (two quotes)
'o she deceives me', 'trust not your daughters minds'
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Othello talking about his love for Desdemona
I love thee gentle Desdemona
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Othello talking about his status
my parts, my title and my perfect soul
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brabantio talking about Othello enchanting Desdemona (two quotes)
'damned as thou art, thou hast enchanted her', 'corrupted by spells and medicines'
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Desdemona demonstrating her obedience and also to her father (two quotes)
'where most you owe obedience?', 'to you I am bound for life and education'
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Iagos hatred for Othello
I hate the moor, my cause is hearted
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description of the weather and storm
the chidden billow seems to pelt the clouds, the wind-shake surge with high and monsterous mane
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describing Desdemona, Iago and Emilia arriving at Cyprus
the riches of the ship is come on shore
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Iago making sexist remarks to Emilia and Desdemona (three quotes)
'come on, come on, you are pictures out of doors', 'you rise to play and go to bed to work', 'to suckle fools'
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Iago talking about his devious plan and attempt to involve Cassio
with as little a web as this will I ensnare as great a fly as Cassio
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Othello and Desdemona reuniting
'oh my fair warrior', 'o my dear othello'
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Othello ironically talking about Iagos honesty
Iago is most honest
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Roderigo talking about Desdemona's innocence
fresh and delicate creature
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Cassio talking about his reputation
reputation, reputation, reputation
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Iago talking to Othello and trying to trick him (two quotes)
'nothing my lord, of if - I know but what?', 'O beware, my lord, of jealousy...green eyed monster'
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Desdemona and Othello's love for eachother
I am bound to thee forever
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Emilia talking about men and deception
men should be what they seem
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Othello discussing his hatred for Desdemona (two quotes0
'why did I marry?', 'I must loathe her'
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Iago talking about Othello falling for his tricks
the moor already changes with my poison'
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foreshadowing the blood and murder later on in the play
o blood, blood, blood
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characters talking about Othello's anger (two quotes)
'why do you speak so startlingly and rash', 'is my lord angry'
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stage directions about Othello's trance
[he falls into a trance]
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Iago talking about how his plot is working against othello
my medicine work
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Othello again talking about his hatred for Desdemona
'ay let her rot and perish... she shall not live
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Othello discussing how he will hurt and kill Desdemona (two quotes)
'I will chop her into messes, cuckold me?', 'strangle her in her bed'
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Othello striking Desdemona
[he strikes her]
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Desdemona maintaining her innocence
I have not deserved this
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Desdemona showing her loyalties for othello (two quotes)
'your wife my lord, your true and loyal wife', 'what shall, I do to Win my lord again'
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again, Desdemona showing her obedience to Othello (two quotes)
'we must not now displease him', 'the wives have sense like them'
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Card 2

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'o she deceives me', 'trust not your daughters minds'

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brabantio talking about his daughters misbehaviour and trust (two quotes)

Card 3

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I love thee gentle Desdemona

Back

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Card 4

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my parts, my title and my perfect soul

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Card 5

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'damned as thou art, thou hast enchanted her', 'corrupted by spells and medicines'

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