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Flashcards in Othello ACT 4 QUOTES Deck (52):
1

"Cassio came hither, I shifted thee away"

Iago to Othello

2

"Enclave yourself and mark the fleers, the gibes, and notable scorns that dwell in every region of his face; for I will make him tell the tale anew . . ."

Iago to Othello

3

"My medicine, work! Thus credulous fools are caught, and many worthy and chaste dames even thus, all guiltless . . ."

Iago to himself (?)

4

Breaks out to savage madness

Iago to Cassio

5

Look how he laughs already

Othello to himself

6

"Now he denies it faintly, and laughs it out" "They laugh that win!"

Othello to himself

7

"She is persuaded I will marry her out of her own love and flattery, not out of my promise"

Cassio to Iago

8

"Crying 'O dear Cassio!' as it were. His gesture imports it."

Othello to himself

9

"O, I see that nose of yours, but not that dog I shall throw it to!"

Othello to himself

10

"How shall I murder him"

Othello to Iago

11

"Hang her!"
"Chop her" (mans is wrecked for this just BTW)
"get me some poison"
"strangle her in her bed"

Othello to Iago

12

"You shall hear more by midnight"

Iago to Othello

13

"An unkind breach, but you shall make all well"

Desdemona to Lodovico

14

"Is there division 'twixt thy lord and Cassio?"

Lodovico to Desdemona

15

"Are you wise?"

Othello to Desdemona

16

"They do common him home, deputing Cassio in his government"

Lodovico to Desdemona

17

"I am glad to see you mad"

Othello to Desdemona

18

"This would not be believed in Venice"

Lodovico to Othello

19

"Is this the noble Moor whom our full senate, call all in all sufficient?"
"Are his wits safe?"

Lodovico to Iago

20

"He is much changed"

Iago to Lodovico

21

"She is honest, lay down my soul at stake"

Emilia to Othello

22

"There's no man happy; the purest of their wives is foul as slander"

Emilia to Othello

23

"If any wretch have put this in your head"

Emilia to Othello

24

"And yet she'll kneel and pray; I have seen her do it"

Othello to himself

25

"I understand a fury in your words, but not the words"

Desdemona to Othello

26

"Heaven truly knows that thou art false as hell"

Othello to Desdemona

27

"I should have found in some place of my soul a drop of patience"

Othello to Desdemona

28

"Patience, thou young and rose-lipped cherubic! Ay, there look grim as hell!"

Othello to Desdemona

29

"O, ay; as summer flies are in the shambles, that quicken even with blowing, O thou weed, who art so lovely fair, and smell's so sweet, that the sense aches at thee, would thou hadst never been born!"

Othello to Desdemona

30

"What committed? Committed?"
"Heaven stops the nose at it!"
"Impudent strumpet!"

Othello to Desdemona

31

"Faith, half sleep"
"Who is thy lord?"
"Lay on my bed my wedding sheets"
"It is my wretched fortune"

Desdemona to Emilia

32

"The Moor's abused by some most villainous knave"

Emilia to Desdemona

33

"A halter pardon him!"

Emilia to Desdemona

34

"Unkindness may to much; and his unkindness may defeat my life, but never taint my love"

Desdemona to Emilia and Iago

35

"I do not find that thou dealt justly with me"

Roderigo to Iago

36

"I will indeed no longer endure it; nor am I yet persuaded to put up in peace what already I have foolishly suffered"

Roderigo to Iago

37

"I will make myself known to Desdemona"

Roderigo to Iago

38

"I see there's mettle in thee"

Iago to Roderigo

39

"I mean purpose, courage and valor, this night show it"

Iago to Roderigo

40

"O, no; hr goes into Mauritania and takes away with him the fair Desdemona"
"Determinate as the removing of Cassio"

Iago to Roderigo

41

"That even his stubbornness, his checks, his frowns -- prithee unpin me -- have grace and favour in them"

Desdemona to Emilia

42

"That there be women do abuse their husbands in such gross kind?"
"No, by this heavenly light!"

Desdemona to Emilia

43

"The world is a huge thing; it is a great price for a small vice"

Emilia to Desdemona

44

"Who would not make their husband a cuckold to make him a monarch?"

Emilia to Desdemona

45

"Let husbands know their wives have sense like them"

Emilia to Desdemona

46

"The ills we do, their ills instruct us to"

Emilia to Desdemona

47

"Not to pick bad from bad, but by bad mend!"

Desdemona to Emilia

48

“Making him incapable of othellos place — knocking out his brains”

Iago to Roderigo

49

“I will seek satisfaction of you”

Roderigo to Iago

50

“. . .No longer endure it”

Roderigo to Iago

51

“There’s money for your pains”

Othello to Emilia

52

“If you think other, remove your thought; it doth abuse your bosom”

Emilia to othello