Othello quotes Deceit and Jealousy

yet for neccessity or present life// I must show outa flag a sign of love// which is indeed but a sign. Shows
out bodies are our gardens to which our wills are gardeners . . . so that if we plant nettle or sow lettuce the power and corrigible authority of this lies in our walls the power of somebody is dependant on the amount of work you put into it. Just like a garden
what have you lost your witts Brabantio’s shock and mistrust when hearing about Desdemona’s eloping.
Look to her moor if thou hast eyes to see// she has deceived her father and may thee Adds to Othello’s self deception. Doesn’t accept the purity of his wife
But I will wear my heart upon my sleeve/ For daws to peck at: I am not what I am Iago unlike Othello is the deceiver and has always displayed deceit. Biblical reference – Exodus – god gives laws to moses on Mt Sinai when moses asks god his name he replies “I am what I am”. Opposite of this would be the devil.
“I follow him to serve my turn upon him” – “In following him, I follow but myself” illustrates iago’s deceit. will appear to be loyal to othello but all the time will be plotting his revenge for being passed over for promotion in favour of cassio.
… my ancient; // a man he is of honesty and trust shows Othello’s trusting nature and the skill of Iago to deceive people

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