Unformatted text preview: Asterisks 27.) This is Iago’s soliloquy to the audience. Deep down he knows that Othello has probably not slept with his wife but its this suspicious that drives Iago to hate. This hate comes from Othello passing over Iago as luteinent. 41.) Iago is speaking to Othello telling him to beware of the green eyed monster which is jealously. This quote is ironic because it is Iago who makes up the lies about Desdemona which makes Othello jealous. 42.) This quote belongs to Othello who is speaking to Iago. Othello will mnot crack because he believes that Desdemona I a faithful wife. Iago is dropping jealously bombs to try and make Othello second guess himself....
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course ENG 211 taught by Professor Knight during the Spring '08 term at Flagler.
- Spring '08
- English Literature