Othello - -1BringtheanswersinHARDcopytoclassonWed!

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-1 Bring the answers in HARD copy to class on Wed!!!! 1. What is Roderigo complaining about in the opening scene? 2. Why does Iago say he hates Othello so much? And, what does he mean when he says,  "In following him, I follow buy myself?" 3. How would you characterize the difference between teh way Othello and Iago talk?  Both in thei subject matter and style? 4. At the end of Act 1 scene 3, Iago gives a second reason for hating Othello; what is the  reason? 5. In Act 2 scene 1, what does Iago's advice (lines 220-276) to lovesick Roderigo reveal  about he thinks of Desdomona's love to Othello? 6. In Act 3 scene 4, why is the handerchief that Desdemona has lost so important to  Othello? 7. Often at the end of the play, Shakespeare's tragic heroes have a moment of insight: 
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This note was uploaded on 12/02/2010 for the course ACC 204 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '10 term at Fort Valley State University .

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Othello - -1BringtheanswersinHARDcopytoclassonWed!

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