Othello act 3 scene 3 text. Shakespeare's Original Othello Text: Act 3, Scene 1 2019-01-30

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Read Modern Translation of Othello: Act 3, Scene 1

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In the meantime, Let me be thought too busy in my fears— As worthy cause I have to fear I am— And hold her free, I do beseech your honor. His peaceful mind, his happiness, and even his standing as a soldier especially his joy in the glory of war are all tainted by this knowledge. Cassio is one of those. Your mind perhaps may change. Think'st thou I'ld make a life of jealousy, To follow still the changes of the moon With fresh suspicions? The idea of reputation is the idea on which Iago will build all of his deceit.


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Shakespeare's Original Othello Text: Act 3, Scene 4

othello act 3 scene 3 text

Look to your wife; observe her well with Cassio; 200. Go out and cry a mutiny. I prithee call him back. Damn them then 455 If ever mortal eyes do see them bolster More than their own! He says that Cassio cried out to Desdemona in his sleep, telling her to be cautious and hide their love. So your hesitation scares me.

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Shakespeare's Othello Act 2 Scene 3

othello act 3 scene 3 text

All the while though, Othello is ever trusting in Iago. Cassio, I love thee 250 But never more be officer of mine. Who's that which rings the bell? Hence a dry character would suggest an unwelcoming, selfish character, while a moist character would suggest generosity and affection. This makes Emilia happy, because she knows her husband, poor Iago, is torn up about the whole situation. They exit in different directions. It was a destiny as unavoidable as death, and fated to them at the moment of their birth.

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Othello Act 3, Scene 1 Translation

othello act 3 scene 3 text

Iago describes a time when he was sleeping next to Cassio. Iago encourages Cassio to make his case to Desdemona, and he does. My mother was given that handkerchief by an Egyptian woman who could read people's minds. Though I am bound to every act of duty, I am not bound to that all slaves are free to. When Iago tells Othello of his suspicions and qualms, he is mentally preparing him for what he is about to hear.

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Othello Act 3, Scene 4 Translation

othello act 3 scene 3 text

As Dian's visage, is now begrimed and black As mine own face. Go, vanish into air, away! The justice of it pleases. Well, he does mean open, but he means it in the sense of too open, like she's willing to give her hand to anyone. Eventually, Othello swears and storms out. I wish I were satisfied. Any small thing would be proof to the jealous.


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Act III Scene 3 Commentary Othello: Advanced

othello act 3 scene 3 text

I am most unhappy in the loss of it. This is what makes him possibly the best character ever created by Shakespeare. Without actually saying anything, he manages to imply that the information he's holding onto has something to do Desdemona being unfaithful. Good my lord, If I have any grace or power to move you, His present reconciliation take; For if he be not one that truly loves you, That errs in ignorance and not in cunning, I have no judgment in an honest face: I prithee, call him back. The way he says it, though, obviously communicates to Othello that there's still something Iago's not telling him.

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Othello Act 3, Scene 1 Translation

othello act 3 scene 3 text

He's implying, as Brabantio earlier did, that Desdemona is not to be trusted, as she is a woman, and thus a liar. Desdemona comes: Enter Desdemona and Emilia. If any mortal eyes were to see them sharing a bed they would be eternally damned. In the meantime, Let me be thought too busy in my fears— As worthy cause I have to fear I am— 295 And hold her free, I do beseech your Honor. Your mind perhaps may change. Farewell to the decorated army and the big wars that make one proud. But Othello insists that he still loves you, and doesn't need any persuading to put you back in your position when he gets the opportunity.

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Othello: Act 3, Scene 3 Translation

othello act 3 scene 3 text

This Lodovico is a proper man. I humbly beg your pardon for loving you too much. Then let them use us well: else let them know, The ills we do, their ills instruct us so. Just like how the Black Sea never ebbs back but keeps flowing on with its icy waters through the Propontic sea and onward to the Hellespont, so my bloody thoughts only move forward with a violent current and never look back. It is impossible you should see this, Were they as prime as goats, as hot as monkeys, As salt as wolves in pride, and fools as gross As ignorance made drunk. Before Iago completely reveals his suspicions about Desdemona and Cassio, he makes an unprecedented move. He will keep awake twenty-four hours.

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SCENE III. A council

othello act 3 scene 3 text

Cassio thinks surely someone will ask for the lovely handkerchief back, in which case he'd like to have his own copy, so could Bianca please take a break from being jealous and start embroidering? Enter Lodovico, Cassio in a chair, Montano, and Iago, with Officers. There are a kind of men so loose of soul, That in their sleeps will mutter their affairs: One of this kind is Cassio: In sleep I heard him say 'Sweet Desdemona, Let us be wary, let us hide our loves;' And then, sir, would he gripe and wring my hand, Cry 'O sweet creature! I know our country disposition well; In Venice they do let heaven see the pranks 225 They dare not show their husbands; their best conscience Is not to leave't undone, but keep't unknown. I beg of you, call him back. She would take it now, and unpick the embroidery then give it to Iago. Then shall I bleed to death.

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