April 1556-April23, 1616
April 1564-April 23, 1616
April 1574-April 23, 2016 :P
April 1574; 1544-April 23, 1634
He threw a torch at his house.
He said that Desdemona was unworthy of Roderigo.
He threw a shoe at his window and called Brabantio's cat fat.
He used crude animal imagery of Desdemona and Othello's bonding.
Treacherous dog/jealous dog
Tricky dog/betrayed dog
Devious dog/loving dog
Inhuman dog/circumsisèd dog
Once Othello puts out Desdemona's "light", it can never be reignited again, unlike that of the candle.
The candle's light will always light Othello's darkness, as Desdemona's "light" only brought evil in Othello's heart.
Desdemona's "light" was darkness, unlike the candle's.
The light of the candle was real, unlike that of Desdemona's.
The Duke did not believe him.
The Duke ignored Brabantio and welcomed Othello.
The Duke claimed that Brabantio may enforce whatever punishment he sees fit, including the "bloody book of law"
The Duke claimed that Brabantio is free to kill Desdemona for this act of betrayal.
"It is the cause"
"Farewell! Othello's reputation is gone!"
"Your son-in-law is far more fair than black"
He does not say anything
Two-faced Roman god/Iago
Roman God of War/Othello
Greek God of Chastity/Desdemona
Greek God of Harvest/Emilia
Desdemona drops it, Emilia picks it up, Emilia plans to get it copied, Emilia hands it to Iago, Iago drops it off at Cassio's room, Cassio picks it up and gives it to Bianca, Bianca gives it back
Desdemona drops it, Iago picks it up, Cassio steals it from Iago and gives it to Bianca, Bianca gives it back
Desdemona drops it, Othello picks it up, Cassio steals it from Othello and gives it back to Desdemona, Desdemona gives it to Bianca to copy, Bianca gives original to Cassio
Desdemona drops it, Cassio picks it up and gives it to Bianca, Bianca gives it to Iago, Iago shows Othello
Bianca gives it back to him just as Othello was looking
Cassio pulls it out of his pocket
Othello finds the handkerchief on his desk along with a note signed Cassio
Othello saw Desdemona give it to Cassio
They are the most amazing creatures that ever graced this earth
They are the reason why women fall and they when they get tired of women, they just vomit them out
They are nothing but slaves to manipulate
They are unworthy of being called human beings.
In a storm
By Othello's army in Cyrpus
By their own
Two people having sex
A sibyl/female prophet
Desdemona's mother's maid
Desdemona's half sister
Desdemona's twin sister
Beg Othello for mercy for whatever she has commited
Sing the Willow song
Place her wedding sheets on her bed
Pray with her