Cassio had mocked Iago's skill as a soldier.
Cassio, it was rumored, had an affair with Iago's wife.
Cassio got the job Iago wanted.
Cassio had a beauty tht made Iago look ugly.
Speaker and law maker
Sailor and explorer
He saved her from the Turkish invaders.
She would listen to the stories of his adventures.
She first saw him at the Duke's ball.
He defied her father on a matter of great principle to the state.
A loyal friend to Iago.
A conspirator who knew of her husband's plan
The one who exposes Iago's wickedness
Othello's secret mistress
It was the first gift he had given to Desdemona.
It had belonged to his mother.
A gypsy woman had woven her initials into it.
It proves Desdemona's willingness to obey.
Roderigo wanted Iago's job.
Roderigo had begun to believe that Othello was not a bad person.
Iago believed Roderigo had had an affair with Emilia.
Roderigo wanted his jewels and money back or he was going to reveal everything.
Could not bring herself to believe it.
Wanted him to live with the knowledge that he had killed an innocent creature who truly loved him.
Wanted to protect him.
Felt guilty for having provoked him.
An opportunist always looking for the best advantage for herself.
A former friend of Desdemona who now hates her and agrees to help Iago.
A former lover of Othello's.
In love with Cassio and wishes to marry him.
The warning Bianca shouted to him.
Roderigo's change of heart.
Othello's recall of Cassio's death sentence.
The armor (shirt) he wore the night he was stabbed.
When she is stabbed by Iago
When she steps in front of a blow meant for Iago.
Trying to save Desdemona's life.
By her own hand because she can no longer live with Iago's wickedness.
When he speaks with Emilia.
When he speaks with Roderigo.
During his soliloquies.
When he is confronted by Othello.
Relieved when he heard they had gotten married.
Certain that Othello had used drugs and charms to win her over.
Determined that Othello would never know any happiness with his daughter.
At first upset but then proud that the illustrious Moor had chosen his daughter for a wife.
Cassio and Bianca plan to marry.
Cassio is the new governor of Cyprus.
Iago expresses regret for the trouble he has caused.
All the above.
Emilia tells Othello that she saw Cassio and Desdemona alone together
A conversation with Cassio about Bianca
Iago's testimony about Cassio talking in his sleep about Desdemona
Iago going through his papers
Bianca waiting for him
Othello waiting for him
Putting seeds of doubt in Othello's mind regarding her relationship with Cassio
Warning Othello to be careful not to be jealous
Reminding Othello that Desdemona lied to her own father
Having Othello overhear a conversation with his wife Emilia about Desdemona's unfaithfulness
He is upset about the loss of his reputation.
He is upset that he didn't kill Montano while he had the chance.
He is upset that Othello humiliated him in public.
He is upset that Desdemona didn't defend him at the time.