Some also say that shakespeare seeks to demonstrate the 'goodness' of Othello's race, portraying him as the noble, and heroic character when not consumed by jealousy , whilst portraying iago, the standard venetian man, as the 'bad' character ok im done, my eyes are falling off. Cassio notes that actually that's Iago's job, but sure, he's willing to help out. He tricked him and instead of asking about Desdemona he asked about Bianca. I would really recommend ignoring him to some extent, and as much as you really can. Iago counsels him to be patient and not to return to Venice, reminding him that they have to work by their wits. If Desdemona took up Cassio's cause it would look like she liked hin and would cause Othello to be jealous Why didn't Iago simply tell Otello right away that Desdemona and Cassio were having an affair? He is complaining about Othello picking Cassio for lieutenant.
Immediately taking control of the situation, Othello demands to know what happened, but both Iago and Cassio claim to have forgotten how the struggle began. This is a setup for a fight between the two. Among them Afriqiyah Airways offer cheapest fares. What happened to Othello , Iago and Cassio in the end? Anger, is a chemical response that affects the whole body, it is brought on by simple thoughts, that are usually fear based, that is , the root of the thought is a fear of losing something or someone. After all, she and Othello might as well share one mind.
Shakespeare has drawn a clear image of a villain who is very nasty that even the term immoral does not do justice. Why did Rodriego consent to thing about the plan to kill Cassio? Ask yourself these questions: Are they trying to harm me with their actions or words? He swears he will never speak again. Iago convinces him that he can still get Desdemona in the end. This makes it a sure bet that Othello will come in and ask just what all the fuss is about. Amidst all the drunkards, Iago will lead Cassio into committing an action that will disgrace him.
I don't know what else to say,,,,,, if your not happy, give the opportunity for them to change,,,,, if it doesn't ,,, leave. Iago reassures Roderigo that he hates Othello. After listening to both sides of the story, what was the Duke's reply? How was Desdemona faithful to Othello to the end? Simon sa i d t hat when you ask a mani p ulator a direct ques tion, you r arely get a direct answer. I am only now truly feeling angry about my situation and it's been 2 years since my discoveries! If Roderigo was killed no one would know he stole the jewels that he was suppose to give to Desdemona from Roderigio How would Iago gain from Cassio's death? How does he kill her and why? Shakespeare conveys the theme of identity. All along she had thought the tale had been a lie contrived by some awful person; never dreaming that Iago was responsible Who told the truth about Iago Before her death, Emilia told all that she had figured out.
Iago is clearly a manipulative person and will not stop until he gets his way, as he became quite forceful towards the end of the argument, which shows that he was losing his patience with Roderigo. Lodovico was shocked, saying that Othello's behavior would not be believed in Venice and he asked him if he lost his wits. Why did Iago want Roderigo to anger Cassio? Give that emotion a voice, energy, and the freedom to express itself. Iago knows that Roderigo is weak when it comes to Desdemona so he used that weakness as an advantage to get what he wants. Later, Iago convinces Roderigo that Cassio and Desdemona are getting it on, and decides that he will use Cassio to make Othello jealous. But this did not apply to females who were slandered, which Thomas Starkie commented on in his Treatise on the L … aw of Slander it cannot but be considered as a disgrace to this branch of the law that the reputation of females of every rank should be left exposed to imputations most odious offensive and mischievous though the skill and integrity of the lowest mechanic cannot be reflected upon with impunity.
Obviously, Othello only put them on watch because he had some business to attend to. After Iago lied and told Othello that Cassio confessed going to bed with Desdemona, what advice did he give the overwhelmed Othello? Iago told Othello to hide and he would question Cassio. However, if you have one similar to mine, asking for fights, telling your girlfriend to go and die, I really recommend you should just hit them … to be honest. Why did Iago want Cassio to ask Desdemona for help in restoring Othello's faith in Cassio? Montano steps in to prevent the fight and is attacked by Cassio. Then Iago swears that he will help Othello revenge himself on Desdemona. He also told him that he saw Cassio with Desdemona's handkerchief. An alarm bell is rung, and Othello arrives with armed attendants.
Iago knows that this can cause Cassio to get fired. To whom does Desdemona turn for help after Othello calls her a strumpet? Why did Othello ask Emilia about Cassio's affair with Desdemona, and what was her reply? He was enraged by even the thought of Cassio What was Lodovico's reaction to Othello's behavior towards Desdemona? He might be able to win over Desdemona How would Iago gain from Roderigo's death? What was the purpose of Iago's plan? The main thing to think first, is what happened, worth getting angry over, usually not!! Iago wanted Cassio to drink more wine because he wanted Cassio to be drunk and argumentative when Roderigo would approach him later that night. Would this play be different if Othello were white? Iago gloats about how well his plan is working. Montano insists that he is in too much pain to speak and insists that Iago tell the story. What lie did Iago tell Montano about Cassio? Roderigo was also the first person in the entire play to realize that Iago wasn' … t keeping to his word This is one of those things that people debate about endlessly, like whether Hamlet was really crazy. He believed Iago crafty story and though Cassio was irresponsible and dishonorable. What thing did Emilia find and give to Iago? Cassio thinks this is a great idea.
Because this anger is not going to go away, and if it is bottled up, it can cause some serious mental injury. Why did Othello hit Desdemona? What was Brabantio's reaction to Othello's marriage to Desdemona? Why did Othello ask Emilia about Cassio's affair with Desdemona, and what was her reply? That was one of that tactics that I ago did when Othello asked him the direct question. Iago wanted Cassio to be seen with Othello's wife so Othello would consider it cheating and get angry at Desdemona. Brabantio complains to the Duke about Othello's marriage to Desdemona. It is only used to allow you to reset your password. What was Brabantio's reaction to Othello's marriage to Desdemona? Together they rat out Othello and Desdemona to Desdemona's father.
He used tricks on O thello to get Othello's mind going like when he asked Othello about his wife and his lieutenant but he was jus t a cting as if he was just wondering. In other words is Othello at fault for being naive or is he at fault for trusting the wrong person? Iago, however, succeeds in getting Cassio dismissed from his lieutenancy to Othello, which plays in toIago's master plan to ruin Othello. He lied and told him a story that Cassio had a dream and called out her name. Somewhere deep within, you know you did not deserve what happened to you. Roderigo has just found out that Desdemona has married Othello, a general whom Iago serves as a wingman. Montano, hearing this, concludes that Othello is too good-natured to recognize Cassio's alcoholism. You are a valuable and worthy soul.
He was right because Iago knew that Desdemona would never be interested in Roderigo and so he just pocketed Roderigo's mo … ney without doing anything. You would need to create a new account. They woke him up to tell him that his daughter eloped with a black man Othello. Othello demands proof and Iago promises to give him some. What was Lodovico's reaction to Othello's behavior towards Desdemona? Iago is also angered that a man of such race can be so highly esteemed in society. Cassio, lightweight that he is, gets drunker than everybody else, and begins to moralize about how they shouldn't be drunk, as he'd like his soul to be saved when he dies. That anger is a good sign you have healthy self-esteem.