Cassio is having an inappropriate relationship with Bianca
Roderigo is in love with his wife Desdemona and should be killed
Cassio is a drunk and should be taken out of his position
Cassio is having an affair with Desdemona
The reader knows Desdemona is faithful while Othello does not.
The reader knows that Cassio has been tricked into drinking while Cassio himself does not.
The reader knows that Iago is working to hurt Othello while Othello does not.
The reader knows that Desdemona and Othello truly love each other while Cassio does not.
A picture of Desdemona
His fight with Montano after getting drunk
Othello's suspicion that he is having an affair with Desdemona
Othello decides Iago would make a better lieutenant.
The envoy from Venice arrives and decide that Cassio will be governor of Cyprus
Cassio and Othello
Desdemona and Emilia
Emilia and Roderigo
Roderigo and Cassio
A move away from revelation to reason as the primary authority in areas of knowledge
A revival of art and culture with the rediscovery of ancient Greek and Roman texts.
A revival of religious feeling following the Protestant Reformation
A regard for the Socratic principles of justice and virtue in matters of government
A Faustian Bargain
A Goethian Deal
The New Deal
A really poor decision
Faust’s despair, deep sense of dissatisfaction, and lust for transcendence
The loss of Faust’s wife and growing feelings of loneliness despite Wagner's friendship
Faust discovers he has a terminal illness
Faust’s devotion to evil and desire to hurt others
Ink from a pen