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Othello

Othello Brabantio, the rich senator of Venice, had a fair daughter, the gentle Desdemona. She was sought to by divers suitors, both on account of her many virtuous qualities and for her rich e…

Brewer's: Othello

(in Shakespeare's tragedy so called). A Moor, commander of the Venetian army, who eloped with Desdemona. Brabantio accused him of necromancy, but Desdemona, being sent for, refuted the char…

The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice

ContentsDramatis PersonaeAct IScene IScene IIScene IIIAct IIScene IScene IIScene IIIAct IIIScene IScene IIScene IIIScene IVAct IVScene IScene IIScene IIIAct VScene IScene II

Brewer's: Othello's Occupation's Gone

(Shakespeare). “Jam quadrigae meae deencurrerunt” (Petronius). I am laid on the shelf; I am no longer the observed of observers. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cob…

William Shakespeare: Othello, Dramatis Personae

Dramatis PersonaeDuke of VeniceBrabantio, a senator.Other Senators.Gratiano, brother to Brabantio.Lodovico, kinsman to Brabantio.Othello, a noble Moor in the service of the Venetian state.Cass…

William Shakespeare: Othello, Act IV

Act IVScene ICyprus. Before the castleEnter Othello and IagoIagoWill you think so?OthelloThink so, Iago!IagoWhat, To kiss in private?OthelloAn unauthorized kiss.IagoOr to be naked with her fri…

William Shakespeare: Othello, Act II

Act IIScene IA Sea-port in Cyprus. An open place near the quayEnter Montano and two GentlemenMontanoWhat from the cape can you discern at sea?First GentlemanNothing at all: it is a highwrought…

William Shakespeare: Othello, Act V

Act VScene ICyprus. A streetEnter Iago and RoderigoIagoHere, stand behind this bulk; straight will he come: Wear thy good rapier bare, and put it home: Quick, quick; fear nothing; I'll be at t…

William Shakespeare: Othello, Act III

Act IIIScene IBefore the castleEnter Cassio and some MusiciansCassioMasters, play here; I will content your pains; Something that's brief; and bid 'Good morrow, general.'MusicEnter ClownClownW…

William Shakespeare: Othello, Act I

Act IScene IVenice. A streetEnter Roderigo and IagoRoderigoTush! never tell me; I take it much unkindly That thou, Iago, who hast had my purse As if the strings were thine, shouldst know of th…