Othello, by William Shakespeare Act 4 Quotes

Othello, Jealousy, Scene 1 ‘Naked in bed, Iago, and not mean harm? It is hypocrisy against against the devil.’
Iago, Duplicity of Iago/ Control, Scene 2 ‘Why, by making him uncapable of Othello’s place- knocking out his brains’
Othello, Jealousy/ Changes in Othello’s conduct/ Sexism, Scene 1 ‘If that the earth could teem with woman’s tears,/ Every drop she falls would prove a crocodile.’
Emilia, Control/ Duplicity of Iago, Scene 2 ‘The Moor’s abused by some villainous knave’
Othello, Changes in Othello’s conduct/ Jealousy, Scene 2 ‘Heaven truly knows that thou are false as hell.’
Othello, Changes in Othello’s conduct/ Jealousy, Scene 1 ‘Pish! Noses, ears and lips. Is’t possible? Confess? Handkerchief? O devil!’
Roderigo, Control/ Duplicity of Iago, Scene 2 ‘The jewels you have had from me to deliver to Desdemona would half have corrupted a votarist.’
Cassio, Duplicity/ Sexism, Scene 1 ‘I marry her? What! A customer! I prithee bear some charity to my wit,’
Emilia, Control/ Sexism, Scene 3 ‘But I do think it is their husbands’ faults/ if wives do fall.’
Othello, Changes in Othello’s conduct/ Jealousy, Scene 1 ‘I will chop her into messes. Cuckold me!’
Emilia, Control/ Duplicity of Iago, Scene 2 ‘Remove your thought; it doth abuse your bosom./ If any wretch have put this in your head,/ Let heaven requite it with the serpents curse.’
Emilia, Control, Scene 3 The world’s a huge thing, it is a great price/ For a small vice’
Othello, Jealousy, Scene 1 ‘A horne’d man’s a monster and a beast.’
Desdemona, Duplicity, Scene 2 ‘Alas, what ignorant sin have I committed.’
Iago, Duplicity of Iago, Scene 2 ‘Do not weep, do not weep! Alas the day’
Othello, Changes in Othello’s conduct, Scene 2 ‘I took you for that cunning ***** of Venice.’

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