Iago has no respect for integrity and consequently, has no respect for Othello. This is obvious in his reference to Othello as an "ass" which can "tenderly be led by th' nose."
(Act 1, Scene 3, 390-393)
The Moor is of a free and open nature
That thinks men honest that but seem to be so;
And will as tenderly be led by th' nose
As asses are... displayed 300 characters
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There are several examples in this soliloquy. One example is when he refers to Cassio being a "proper" man. Proper means handsome in this context. Being handsome is positive but Iago will use Cassio's handsomeness to evoke jealousy in Othello. Women are attracted to Cassio. Already amazed Desdemona "chose him," a large, black scarred man, not conventionally handsome at all, it will be easy to convince Othello that Desdemona might be attracted to Cassio... displayed next 300 characters
Then Emilia jumps in and is about to say something but Iago whispers something to her and tells
her that its time to go home, but Emilia refuses and starts to speak out and says that the handkerchief was left behind in the bed and she picked it up...
Othello is planning
Desdemona's death. He appears to be very stressed out, by the way he acts and
talks. He tries to think that everything is all right but based on what he
hears from Iago, it really isn't...
When she reveals Iago to Othello, Othello sends for Iago along with Cassio, Gratiano, Montano, and Lodovico. When Iago learns he has been discovered, he turns to real cowardness and stabs his own wife, committing
the same sin as Othello...
ii 26-30)" Soon after all the warnings he gets about Desdemona he confronts her. Are not you a strumpet? / No I am a Christian/ If to pressure this vessel for my lord/ From any other foul unlawful touch/ Ben not to be a strumpet; I am none (Act...
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