Othello Act 5, scene 1

Iago Tells Roderigo to stab Cassio, as Cassio walks through a corridor–stick your sword out and stab him. Iago waited in the area, and when Roderigo misses Cassio, Iago stabs Cassio in the leg. Iago retreats and when others hear…

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Quotes from Othello

Who says, “Villainy, villainy, villainy!/ I think I smell ‘t! – O villainy!/ I thought so then. -I’ll kill myself for grief!- O villainy! Villainy!” (V.ii) Emillia Says, “I’d have thee live; /For in my sense, ’tis happiness to die.”…

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Othello Act II

What happens to the threat of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus? The turks are destroyed by a storm before they could even get to Cyprus. What nonliteral purpose does the storm play in the story? It is what will later…

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Vocab Othello Act 3, scenes 1-3

ProcureHe managed to PROCURE a ticket to the concert. TO GET POSSESSION OFPart of Speech- VERB AffinityHe never felt an AFFINITY toward his science teacher. ATTRACTION, RELATIONSHIPPart of Speech- NOUN BestowThe parents BESTOWED a new car to their son for…

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Othello

Blank Verse Regular rhythm, no rhyme Iambic Pentameter describes a rhythm that the words make in a line, rhythm measured in small groups of syllables called FEET = 10 syllables Iambs one foot, made up of 2 syllables Pentameter Indicates…

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Othello – Final Speech

“for all his dignity and massive calm… he is by nature full of the most vehement passion” A C Bradley “pity itself vanishes, and love and admiration remains” A C Bradley Othello is “cheering himself up” T S Elliot “The…

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Act 2 Romeo and Juliet

After Romeo leaves the capulet party, why does he break back into the capulet home? To speak to Juliet on her balcony Where does everyone think that Romeo is since they do not know his secret? With Rosaline At first,…

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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Cloud

Predominant -(Adverb)​ -mainly; for the most part.​-I play multiple sports but I predominantly play tennis​-“And where the worser is predominant,”(II.iii.29). Friar Lawrence ​-The word predominant has the word dominant in it meaning most important or powerful.​ Intercession -noun-The act of…

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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 scenes 3 & 4

How old is Juliet? 13 When Lady Capulet asks Juliet how she feels about marriage, what’s Juliet’s answer? It’s an honor she doesn’t dream of Following Juliet’s answer, what does Lady Capulet then tell Juliet? She was a mother at…

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