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-Iago-CassioExplication: He will send Desdemona to Cassio and will find Othello and figure out a way for Desdemona and Othello to talk so he can promote Cassio “I’ll send her to you presently,And I’ll devise a mean to draw the MoorOut of the way, that your converse and businessMay be more free.” When Iago is telling Othello that Brabantio is coming after him, a group of men with torches appear, and Iago thinks it's Brabantio, but it's Cassio with a message for Othello: "The duke does greet you, general, / And he requires your haste-post-haste appearance, / Even on the instant" (1.2.36-38).Othello steps inside the inn, probably to say goodbye to Desdemona.

Iago notices Cassio's courteous manner towards Desdemona and resolves, 'with as little a web as this will I / ensnare as great a fly as Cassio' (2.1.164). III,1,1546. Masters, play here; I will content your pains; Something that's brief; and bid 'Good morrow, general.' The Handkerchief. Dost thou hear, my honest friend?

Investigate Iago reeling in Othello. ?How does Iago Convince Othello to Kill Cassio and Desdemona by the End of Act Three? Unlike Cassio, Iago is a misogynistic individual who does not respect or value women. Iago’s main goal is to get Othello and Cassio out of the army, but in the end fails to ruin Cassio’s life, only Othello’s.
Act Three of Othello begins with Othello having no doubts at all concerning his wife’s fidelity and the happiness of their marriage, and ends with him almost totally convinced of her false guilt of being in an affair despite having very little evidence to prove it and no reason to want it to be true. DESDEMONA : Be thou assured, good Cassio, I will do : All my abilities in thy behalf. Here Iago orchestrates even the way in which Desdemona will be killed. Iago doesn't come right out and say that Cassio and Desdemona have been sneaking around – he implies that something's up, and Othello takes the bait.

). In contrast, Iago's feelings towards Desdemona are complex. Iago is a complex character that takes evil to a whole new level in the 1600’s and plays a key role in this tale. Iago is a soldier in the Venetian army who is well respected and trusted by all for his honesty. The quote shows that Cassio is not looking to make trouble in any one’s marriage, or cause problems for Desdemona.

Cassio certainly acknowledges her beauty, but his comments remain respectful and he notes that Desdemona is a virtuous and loyal woman who always behaves appropriately. Iago suggests that Cassio, who often acted as a go-between when Othello was wooing Desdemona, "went between" Othello and his girl in more ways than one, wink, wink. Match.

Another way Iago convinces Othello of Desdemona’s infidelity is by obtaining the handkerchief to which he frames Cassio.

1 Educator Answer Compare and contrast Desdemona and Emilia in Othello by Shakespeare. Do not doubt, Cassio, But I will have my lord and you again : As friendly as you were.

Prithee, keep up thy quillets. This shows Iago uses lots of opportunism to convince Othello of Desdemona’s infidelity. Desdemona declares "O, that's an honest fellow" He persuades Othello that his "honesty and love doth mince this matter" when the opposite is true.
Iago is the play's main antagonist, and Othello's standard-bearer.He is the husband of Emilia, who is in turn the attendant of Othello's wife Desdemona.Iago hates Othello and devises a plan to destroy him by making him believe that his wife is having an affair with his lieutenant, Michael Cassio.

‘ In this quotation Iago refers to the differences between Othello and Desdemona.Iago states ‘clime’ this is referring to Desdemona’s European origins, which are unlike Othello’s African origins.

Terms in this set (31) "Men should be what they seem; or those that be not, would they might seem none!" Cassio compliments Desdemona to Iago as the two men praise Desdemona’s beauty.