Othello, a Moorish general in the Venetian army, has dead of night, Iago comes to warn Othello that Brabantio but it makes the metre awkward, and I suspect that Shakespeare easy way with the odd and oddly apele. The Tragedie of. Othello, The Moore of Venice. William Shakespeare. This web edition published by [email protected] Last updated Wednesday, December. in this study guide come from the full-length text of Othello by William Shakespeare and may not be in the final Guthrie performance script. All rights reserved.
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[back cover] Engraving of William Shakespeare from the First Folio, Othello: the Moor of Venice / by William Shakespeare ; with related. Another street. Enter OTHELLO, IAGO, and Attendants with torches. IAGO. Though in the trade of war I have slain men, Yet do I hold it very stuff o' the conscience. Othello William Shakespeare Three Watson Irvine, CA Website: link-marketing.info Saddleback's Illustrated ClassicsTM. Three Watson Irvine, CA .
I wish you had never seen him! You shall hear more about this by midnight. Cassio, you are in charge of the guard That night the tonight. She this! From his own time to the present, Shakespeare is considered one of the greatest writers of the English-speaking world. I want my jewels back! Desdemona and Sir, when you Oh yes, he were first went between courting your us often with lady, did Michael messages.
You were best go in. My parts, my title and my perfect soul Shall manifest me rightly. Is it they? First Senator Indeed, they are disproportion'd; My letters say a hundred and seven galleys. Second Senator And mine, two hundred: But though they jump not on a just account,-- As in these cases, where the aim reports, 'Tis oft with difference--yet do they all confirm A Turkish fleet, and bearing up to Cyprus. I do not so secure me in the error, But the main article I do approve In fearful sense.
Sailor [Within] What, ho! First Officer A messenger from the galleys. Enter a Sailor. A Sea-port in Cyprus. An open place near the quay. First Gentleman Nothing at all: If it hath ruffian'd so upon the sea, What ribs of oak, when mountains melt on them, Can hold the mortise?
What shall we hear of this? Second Gentleman A segregation of the Turkish fleet: For do but stand upon the foaming shore, The chidden billow seems to pelt the clouds; The wind-shaked surge, with high and monstrous mane, seems to cast water on the burning bear, And quench the guards of the ever-fixed pole: I never did like molestation view On the enchafed flood. It is impossible they bear it out.
Enter a third Gentleman. Enter a Herald with a proclamation; People following Herald It is Othello's pleasure, our noble and valiant general, that, upon certain tidings now arrived, importing the mere perdition of the Turkish fleet, every man put himself into triumph; some to dance, some to make bonfires, each man to what sport and revels his addiction leads him: So much was his pleasure should be proclaimed. All offices are open, and there is full liberty of feasting from this present hour of five till the bell have told eleven.
Heaven bless the isle of Cyprus and our noble general Othello! Let's teach ourselves that honourable stop, Not to outsport discretion.
Michael, good night: Before the castle. That done, I will be walking on the works; Repair there to me. Gentleman We'll wait upon your lordship. I warrant it grieves my husband, As if the case were his. Do not doubt, Cassio, But I will have my lord and you again As friendly as you were. You do love my lord: You have known him long; and be you well assured He shall in strangeness stand no further off Than in a polite distance.
CASSIO Ay, but, lady, That policy may either last so long, Or feed upon such nice and waterish diet, Or breed itself so out of circumstance, That, I being absent and my place supplied, My general will forget my love and service. I am very ill at ease, Unfit for mine own purposes. Clown I dare not say he lies any where. Clown He's a soldier, and for one to say a soldier lies, is stabbing. Clown To tell you where he lodges, is to tell you where I lie.
Clown I know not where he lodges, and for me to devise a lodging and say he lies here or he lies there, were to lie in mine own throat.
Clown I will catechise the world for him; that is, make questions, and by them answer. Clown To do this is within the compass of man's wit: It is hypocrisy against the devil: They that mean virtuously, and yet do so, The devil their virtue tempts, and they tempt heaven.
Desdemona came to call him for dinner she found a changed man. Let me tie my No! Your As Othello and Desdemona left, handkerchief handkerchief Emilia bent over quickly to pick tight around is too little. But Iago ordered me to steal it. I have no idea why. This had better be important. Desdemona will be very upset Is this the handkerchief Yes! Give you wanted? Othello will go crazy than to make me believe my wife when he sees Cassio with it. I am sorry to hear this.
Twice darling wife. I heard him give me proof cry out in of what you his sleep, say! Let us hide our love from Othello! I will get even Be calm, sir. You may still change with them! I will have my And I will do Dear Iago, trusted friend, within revenge! You are now my lieutenant! I would rather have Where could I have lost it, Emilia?
But Othello madam. Here, dear husband. She told me to give it to my wife. That is not the To lose it would mean that ter- I hope I have one I mean! Get you will a cold. I hope you Cassio lend me and told you have it nearby!
Is he angry? I will talk with him. I hope he is worried I gave him no reason to be!
I found this beautiful All right. But When Desdemona handkerchief in my room. If I gave my wife I would most Has he done a handkerchief, gladly have that? Oh yes, sir! Did he?
And with these words Othello fainted. If you will wrong? Leave us alone about Desdemona when he re- for a while, and turns. All right. Now I will question Cassio Othello did as Iago said. Othello will think he is speaking about Desdemona. Now, if Bianca were Ah, yes, Good old Bianca.
I never saw Alas, poor silly I will get even a woman so woman. She does with them both! I am not going to Why, that is the Just then Bianca spend my time copying handkerchief I drew near with the the work that some gave Desdemona! Othello came forward. Oh, Iago! And did you see how he cares for the handkerchief? He has given it to a very common woman! I would like to see him tortured for nine years before he is allowed to die! Oh, my sweet Desdemona! No, you must forget about her! She sews so makes it worse!
Why, Iago. I will kill her she could sing the this very night! And let me take care of Cassio. Just then a trumpet sounded. You shall hear more about this by midnight.
What is this? Very good! But I am sure Lodovico? Are you so sure of that? I thank you. How is lieutenant Cassio? So—there is a A most unhappy one. I would do problem between much to make them friends again, Othello and for the love I feel toward Cas- Cassio. It may be the letIs he angry? He has just been ordered back to Venice, and Cassio has been put in command here in Cyprus.
This would not be believed deserved in Venice! Beg her pardon! She this! Sir, I obey the order. I will Lodovico was shocked to see return to Venice and leave Othello strike Desdemona. He Cassio here in my place. Now spoke to Iago. I only our senate hope this is the admires so? Go Desdemona. Have you noticed Of course not! She is the Desdemona most honest, faithful and Cassio woman I know. If anyone trying to be has put this thought into alone?
Have your head, a snake should they sent strike him! Let me look into I can see your anger, sir, your eyes. I am your demona came loyal wife.
Desdemona in love with been to could no longer reach him another man? I no longer have the husband I once had. Please call Iago, Emilia. I would like to talk with him. Good lady, what is the matter with your husband? Othello has But when Iago What is the came, Desdemona matter, lady? He is very angry. Have I been untrue in any way, Iago? Do not weep, do not How Perhaps O good Iago, what weep! Of course not! Please order to the chance to go to him for me! She gave has done them all up to this awful marry Othello!
And now he calls her unfaithful! Ah, I hear the trumpets calling you to supper. Go and eat.
I will make everything well again! When Desdemona and Iago, I do not think you are being fair. I am going to see her myself. You have taken all my jewels as well as my money. You said you gave the jewels to Desdemona, but I have had no word from her. I want my jewels back! Not that I can see! I think the Well, you must better of you for it. It will take courage!
Cassio must be killed—otherwise will take his place here. Desdemona will be Othello will bring Desde- lost to you. And mona with him if he goes. You are most I humbly thank you. Gentlemen, I will walk a little way with you. Desdemona, go right to bed. I will be up a little later. Later, in the bedroom, Desdemo- Ah, but I still love him.
Good na spoke with Emilia. Help me with my things, Emilia, and then leave. Othello has ordered it, and we must not displease him. I wish you had never seen him! But whether he kills Cassio or Cassio kills Stand behind this wall Stay near and keep your sword him—or they kill each me in case I ready. Fear nothing, and other, I will gain. If Cassio lives, he will find out about me and tell Othello. He must die! Here he comes! That missed me, Die, Cassio! But instead. Now I am hurt!
Iago has kept his word. Now I must keep my promise came by on his way back to the to kill Desdemona. They had been drawn to the same spot by cries of Cassio and Roderigo. Iago came forth as though he had just arrived.
Iago, please help me! I have been stabbed. One of the men who did it is nearby and is also hurt. Cassio, do you Who are these people who kill men in the dark? Wake the townspeople!
Who calls know who tried murder? Oh, my dear This woman Cassio! Cassio must be carried away to be Men, carry him carefully! Cassio, taken care of. But good heavens! I know him Not at all. Cassio was attacked in the dark by Roderigo. Cassio is hurt, and earlier? Answer, woman! Cassio was at my house, but I am an honest woman. I have done nothing wrong. Roderigo is dead! Emilia, run to the This is the night that castle and tell either solves my Othello what has problems or kills me happened?
But While all this I will not shed your blood, was taking for you are too beautiful for place outside that. Have you prayed tonight, Desdemona? Are you going to kill me? My only sin is that of loving you If you want to too much. I would not handkerchief I gave want to kill your you?
You gave it to soul! I did not! Send for the man and Send for him! But I saw the handkerchief in his hand.
He also bragged He is dead! Iago has taken that you loved him! Let me live tonight. Or at least give me more time to pray! No, this is the end. I dare not wait any longer. General Othello!
What noise is that? Sir, I must speak a word with you! That is Emilia. I must the door. My speak with wife—what wife? I no longer have a wife! Sir, Cassio Come in, has killed a Emilia. And Cassio is No, Cassio is not killed? Oh, wrongly, wrongly murdered! Whose cry is that? Sweet was true! Desdemona, speak! No—I killed her! Then she is an angel and you are a devil! I, myself.
Your husband proved to me that she was false. He knew it all! You may kill me too, but I will speak the truth. Othello has murdered his wife!