Power Quotes Othello

“Woed me to steal it” Is a quote from act 3 scene 3 in which Iago pestered Emilia to steal the handkerchief from Desdemona for his own benefit. This is an example of men having power over the females
“Ta’en out” Is a quote from act 3 scene 3 in which means that she will copy the patterns in the handkerchief and give it to Iago,. This is an example of men having power over the females
“Please his fantasy” Is a quote from act 3 scene 3 In which Emilia says that she stole the handkerchief from Emilia to please Iago in hopes that he will reward her after. This is an example of men having power over the females.
“Glad on’t” Is a quote from act 4 scene 1 page 4 where Desdemona was reacting to the news about Cassio. Othello misinterprets this and let’s his emotions loose. This is an example where women has to show obedience to the men
“Striking her” And “Devil” Is a quote from act 4 scene 1 page 4 where Othello has hit Desdemona and calling her devil because he thinks that she has had an affair with Cassio. This is due to Iago’s manipulation. This is an example where women has to show obedience to the men.
“what you do with ‘t” Is a quote from act 3 scene 3 page 15 where Emilia has given Iago the handkerchief that Desdemona has dropped and is asking what he intends to do with it. This is an example of women showing obedience to the men
“…What is it to you” Is a quote from act 3 scene 3 page 15 wirer Iago is replying to Emilias enquiry about the handkerchief. Iago is using singling at this point that why should she care about what he does with the handkerchief. This is an example of women showing obedience to the men.
“Purpose of import” Is a quote from act 3 scene 3 page 15 where Emilia is saying that Iago should return the handkerchief if it is not important so she can return it back to Desdemona. This does not happen of course. This is an example of women showing obedience to the men
“Duty” Is a quote from act 1 scene 3 line 182 in which Desdemona is confessing her love to Othello infant of Venetian senetors and her father Brabantio. This is an example of women having power over the men.
“Profess due to my lord” Is a quote from act 1 scene 3 page 8 where Desdemona again tells her father Brabantio that she now shows fr obedience to Othello rather than himself. This is an example of women having power over the men.
“God be with you” Is a quote from act 1 scene 3 page 8 where Brabantio accepts the fact that hid daughter now shows her obedience to Othello and he now gives his blessings to him. This is an example of women having power over the men.
“Tremble at it” Is a quote from act 4 scene 1 page 3 where Othello describes the feelings he expreriences when he found out that Desdemona was “cheating” on him with Cassio. This is an example of the women having sexual power over the men
“So gentle a condition” and “Aye, too gentle” Is a quote from act 4 scene 1 page 10 where Othello describes Desdemona beauty and how she is too beautiful and is one of the reasons why they suspect that she could’ve cheated on him. This is can example of the women having sexual power over the men.
“That never set a squadron in the field, Nor the division of a battle knows/ More than a spinster” Is a quote from act 1 scene 1 page 22-23 where Iago describes Cassio as being incompetent and compares him to a spinster. This is an example of how Iago has power to manipulate others
” I am not drunk now. I can stand well enough, and I speak well enough” Is a quote from act 2 scene 3 page 5 where Cassio is now under the heavy influence of alcohol and is now leaving the area where they are gathered. This is when the fight starts between him and Rodrigo. This is an example of how Iago used his weakness against himself.
“Confess yourself freely to her, importune her help to put you in your place again” Is a quote from act 2 scene 3 page 13 where Iago suggest that in order to get Cassios rank bank as lieutenant that he must talk to Desdemona to try and convince Othello to do so. This is an example of how Iago used his weakness against himself.
“I greet thy love not with vain thanks but with acceptance bounteous” Is a quote from act 3 scene 3 page 21 where Othello is thanking Iago for being so loyal to him all this time and he wants to test it by setting him to kill Cassio within three days. This quote shows how he has manipulated Othello into forcing him to kill Cassio because of Iago’s rumours.

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