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Othello Quotes

By CianMcEvoy15 Apr 29, 2015 381 Words
Desdemona
■ "She lov'd me for the dangers I had pass'd" - Othello
■ "Oh she deceives me" - Brabantio
■ "The heavens forbid but that our loves and comforts should increase even as our days grow" - Desdemona ■ "Oh thou Othello thou was so good" - Desdemona
■ "Be thou assured, good Cassio, I will do" - Desdemona
■ "If I do vow a friendship I'll perform it to the last article" - Desdemona ■ "Where should I lose that handkerchief Emilia?" - Desdemona ■ "I have not deserved this" - Desdemona

■ "She has deceived her father and may thee"
■ "She must die else she'll betray more men" - Othello
■ "Look to your wife: observe her well with Cassio" - Iago ■ "Hath she forsook so many noble matches ... To be called a whore?" - Lodovico ■ "Commend me to my lord - O, Farewell" - Desdemona

■ "Nobody, I myself" - Desdemona
Emilia
You told a lie, an odious damn lie!
O, the more angel she. And you the blacker devil.
My wayward husband watch a hundred times woo'd me to steal it. Villainous whore!
I will not charm my tongue, I am bound to speak.
My mistress here lies murder'd in her bed.
They are not ever jealous for the cause but jealous for they are jealous. (Jealous husbands like Othello need no reason to be jealous)
Brabantio
“That thou hast practis’d on her with foul charms”
“O treason of the blood!” (Racism)
“She has deceived her father, and may thee” (Betrayal)
“To fall in love with what she’d fear’d to look on” (Racism) “She is abused, stol’n from me, and corrupted” (Racism) Cassio
"I never knew a Florentine more kind and honest"
Iago "If i can fasten but one cup upon him" (shows Cassio as being easily manipulated) "I have poor and unhappy brains for drinking"
"Reputation reputation reputation"
"The divine Desdemona"
Roderigo
"What a full fortune does the thick-lips owe" (Racist attitude towards Othello) "My daughter is not for thee"- What Brabantio thinks about Roderigo (failed suitor) "I have no great devotion to the deed, and yet he has given me a satisfying reasons" (happy with killing Cassio) "I can not believe that in her, she is full of most blessed condition" (opinions of Desdemona) "O damned Iago, O inhuman dog" (when Iago kills Roderigo)

"I will do this, if I can bring it to my opportunity" (Easily manipulated)

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