/ My reputation, Iago, my reputation." (II,iii,l262) , "One unperfectness shows / me another, to make me frankly despise myself" (II,iii,l296) Cassio's shame led him to be unduly swayed by Iago's subtle comments. In one such instance, Iago gave Cassio an ultimatum of sorts: "As I am an honest man, I had thought you had / received some bodily wound... displayed 300 characters
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There is more sense / in that than in reputation" (II,iii,l265) Here Iago took advantage of Cassio's self doubt. Cassio's view was that reputation was the life blood of ones being, yet he also agreed that Iago was an honest man. Since his self image was so depleted he had little choice but to accept Iago's view on reputation, and imminently, everything else he said... displayed next 300 characters
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...
He turns from a very honorable and respectable lieutenant of Othello, to losing his lieutenancy and being considered an irresponsible alcoholic. "?Reputation, reputation, reputation! O, I have lost my reputation! I have lost the immortal part of myself, and what remains is bestial?" these are Cassio's words about losing his reputation...
/ My reputation, Iago, my reputation." (II,iii,l262) , "One unperfectness shows / me another, to make me frankly despise myself" (II,iii,l296) Cassio's shame led him to be unduly swayed by Iago's subtle comments...
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