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2 Cassio, trying to get his job back, arranges to have musicians play under Othello & Desdemona s bedroom Othello s clown comes out and asks why their instruments sound so nasal The clown asks the musicians to leave and Cassio asks the clown if he can get Emilia to come speak with him Just then, Iago enters and finds out that Cassio did not even go to bed since the incident the night before

3 Cassio says he s sent for Emilia to get started on getting Desdemona to speak to Othello on his behalf Iago agrees to also get Emilia and says he will try to distract Othello so Cassio can speak to Desdemona privately Cassio makes another comment about how honest Iago is and how kind he is too

4 Emilia enters and lets Cassio know that Desdemona and Othello have already been talking about the incident. She says Othello still considers him a friend, but because Montano is the governor, he can t just reinstate him right away Cassio asks if he can speak to Desdemona alone & Emilia says she will try to arrange it

5 Iago and Othello are at the Citadel Othello asks Iago to write and send a letter about the events in Cyprus to the Senate in Venice Othello tells Iago to meet him where the fortifications are being built at a later time- Othello is off to inspect these fortifications

6 Cassio explains his side to Desdemona and she agrees to plead his case to Othello- she says she won t stop until he has his job and his friendship with Othello back Cassio thanks her and says he is forever in her debt Desdemona says, "Thy solicitor shall rather die/ Than give thy cause away" ( )

7 Othello is walking in their direction and Cassio starts to leave because he feels uncomfortable about talking to him Desdemona tries to get him to stay, but Cassio insists on leaving Iago begins working to make Othello jealous by commenting on how sneakily Cassio walks off

8 Desdemona starts on trying to get Othello to change his mind. She says how sorry Cassio is and suggests Othello call him back to talk things over Othello says not now, but Desdemona is persistent and asks when then Othello keeps turning her down, and Desdemona asks why when she would do anything he asked. She wants to know why he won t listen to her when she is only looking out for him

9 Othello asks her to leave him alone for now; she exits Iago then starts planting more seeds. He asks about Cassio s role in Othello & Desdemona s courtship- it turns out he delivered messages between the two of them Iago makes all kinds of hints about a possible affair and Othello finally asks Iago to spell it out for him

10 At first, Iago pretends that he doesn t want to tell Othello and makes Othello pressure him for his thoughts Iago hints that Cassio is dishonest and has been a disloyal friend to Othello- he hints that possibly Cassio & Desdemona have had an affair Othello demands that Iago come out and say what it is he is getting at

11 Iago says, O beware, my lord, of jealousy; It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock / the meat it feeds on" ( ). Basically, he says he doesn t want to tell Othello because jealousy drive people to madness. Othello claims he s not the jealous type and he wouldn t judge unless he has evidence; and first he ll work to resolve the situation Othello says he knows Desdemona is attractive and he isn t but that she chose him

12 Othello says he d have to see something happen before he d believe it Iago says since Othello promises he won t get jealous, that he should observe Cassio & Desdemona together Iago goes on that he knows the women of Venice and that they are promiscuous and although their men may not know their exploits, heaven does

13 Iago points out that Desdemona also betrayed her father by marrying Othello Othello is clearly upset over what Iago has said, and at the end of it all, Iago slyly says that he hopes he hasn t ruined Othello s day Othello says he is fine and Iago says all of the things he has said comes from the love he has for his friend

14 Iago also tells Othello to be careful and to not let his suspicions to get out of control Othello still claims not to be bothered and says he thinks Desdemona is honest. Iago tells Othello that he should remember that Desdemona turned down all the men from her own country, status and complexion to be with Othello and that this goes against nature (Iago s opinion)

15 Iago continues by suggesting that it is just a matter of time before Desdemona comes to her senses and wants to be with someone else As Othello worries about his marriage, Iago tells him not to worry about it too much; he is probably mistaken. He tells Othello he should keep an eye out though for suspicious behaviour between Cassio and Desdemona

16 Iago leaves Othello alone to think Othello has a soliloquy where he talks about how honest Iago is, and how he really knows about matters of the heart. He thinks about his relationship with Desdemona and compares her to a falcon. He says if she is really cheating, he will set her free. Then he says, if she is cheating, she is lost to him and his grief turns to hate. He says men may think their women belong to them, but they can never own their desires

17 Finally, Othello says he couldn t handle it if Desdemona was giving even a little bit of her love to another man He concludes that men of importance have only one fate from the time they are born and that is to be betrayed When Emilia and Desdemona enter the scene, Othello can t believe his wife would cheat. Desdemona is there to bring him to supper but Othello is now ill due to how jealous he is feeling

18 Desdemona notices that Othello seems sick and offers her handkerchief to soothe him Othello pushes it away, saying it is too small and the two exit Emilia is left alone in the room and notices the handkerchief has been dropped, the same handkerchief that Iago has been pressuring her to steal for him

19 Emilia decides to get the embroidery pattern on it copied and then she will give it to Iago Iago comes in and Emilia gives him the handkerchief admitting she did not steal it, but came by it due to Desdemona losing it Emilia asks Iago what he plans to do with it, but Iago won t reveal his plan to her

20 Emilia says he better have a good reason as Desdemona loves the handkerchief and will be distraught when she realizes it s missing Iago says for her to forget about the whole thing, grabs the handkerchief and tells her to leave Iago reveals he will put the handkerchief in Cassio s room and when Othello sees Cassio with it, that should be proof enough

21 Othello returns and says he d rather not know anything and be happy than to have these suspicions He is angry at Iago for telling him his suspicions and Iago pretends not to know why. Othello says being robbed and not knowing it, is just as good as not being robbed at all

22 Having this information is destroying Othello s sense of self- nothing is as good as it was, and Othello tells Iago that he better not be messing with him- he better have some proof Iago pretends he s insulted about his honesty being called into question and comments on what an awful world it is when people get punished for being honest

23 Othello agrees that it is important to be honest but that Iago better come up with some proof Iago then says it would be difficult to catch them in the act and describes the act in a way that creates a powerful image of Cassio & Desdemona in Othello s mind Then he provides Othello with some proof- sort of

24 Iago tells Othello of a time he was Cassio s bunkmate and he heard Cassio talking in his sleep. He says he was awake with a toothache at the time. Cassio in his sleep told Desdemona to hide their love and started making out with Iago s hand. He also started cuddling with Iago and finally said, Cursed fate that gave thee to the Moor!" ( )

25 Othello after hearing this is in a rage Then Iago adds that he saw Cassio with Desdemona s handkerchief Othello says he no longer loves Desdemona and now all he wants is blood & revenge Iago vows to help Othello regain his honor Othello plans to seek revenge in two ways He instructs Iago to kill Cassio (Iago agrees) He plans to kill Desdemona

26 Desdemona sends the clown to fetch Cassio The clown leaves and Desdemona tells Emilia how upset she is that she can t find her handkerchief She says it s a good thing Othello isn t a jealous guy or he might think something is up since he handkerchief is missing

27 Othello enters and Desdemona asks him again about giving Cassio a job in the military Othello is acting suspicious toward Desdemona and Desdemona is clueless about what is going on He comments about women being perverted and dishonest and Desdemona says she is good; she changes the subject back to Cassio and his job

28 Othello then claims his eyes are watering and he needs a handkerchief. She hands him one, but it isn t the right one. He asks her where her special one is that he gave her. She doesn t want him to know she has lost it, so she says she doesn t have it on her

29 Othello reveals the story of the handkerchief- it was his mother s- a psychic told her as long as she had it, his father would love her; but if she lost it, his father would stray. He says he got the handkerchief when his mother was dying and she told him to give it to his wife. Othello says how important it is for her to take good care of the handkerchief.

30 Finally, Othello asks outright if the handkerchief has been lost. Desdemona lies and says it isn t. This turns into a big fight as Othello wants to know where the handkerchief is and Desdemona keeps turning the discussion back to Cassio and his job. Then, Othello storms out leaving Desdemona in shock as she has never seen Othello act like this before. Emilia is not surprised by this kind of behaviour at all because after all, she is married to Iago.

31 Cassio & Iago arrive to talk to Othello about Cassio s job, but Desdemona says it s not a good time as Othello seems very upset. Iago acts all surprised and promises to find out what s wrong Desdemona convinces herself she shouldn t be upset about Othello s behaviour because it probably has something to do with his job and not her

32 She decides that sometimes men take their feelings out about other things on their women Desdemona blames herself even, for getting upset over nothing. Emilia says she thinks Othello was acting jealous. Desdemona tells Cassio she will try Othello again when he has calmed down

33 Cassio is left alone and Bianca comes in, yelling at Cassio for avoiding her. Cassio makes excuses for not seeing her. Cassio give Bianca the special handkerchief of Desdemona s. Bianca is worried Cassio met someone else, but Cassio assures her he found it in his room Cassio thinks whoever the owner is will want the handkerchief back and asks Bianca to make a copy of it for him since it is so beautiful

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