And I think it's probable that she loves him. And is in full commission here for Cyprus. They do discharge their shot of courtesy. Although I hate the Moor, he really is steadfast, loving, and noble, and I think he'll be a good husband to Desdemona. ‘Find out.’ He turned back to the arrivals and shook hands with Iago. And what if she's unattractive and smart? that's the sort of woman, Oh, most lame and impotent conclusion! How did you get separated from him? One that excels the quirks of blazoning pens. You can buy the Arden text of this play from the Amazon.com online bookstore: Othello (Arden Shakespeare: Third Series) Entire play in one page. ‘But tell me Lieutenant,’ said Montano. The ship that saw all this is now docking here. Mere prattle without practice Is all his soldiership. Good lieutenant, is your general married? ‘How did you get separated?’. Come on, let's do that. New York: Clark & Maynard. It was going well. News, lads, Our wars are done! One more time: it's so nice to see you at Cyprus. And besides, this scoundrel is handsome, young, and has everything that foolish young women look for in a man. Lay thy finger thus, and let thy soul be instructed. Read a translation of Act II, scene ii → Analysis: Act II, scenes i–ii. But it was just courtesy. A messenger enters, and confirms that the Turkish fleet was broken apart by the storm, and that Cassio has arrived, though Othello is still at sea. Iago instructed the soldiers to meet him at the harbour and when they had gone he beckoned to Roderigo. For even out of, that will I cause these of Cyprus to mutiny, whose, qualification shall come into no true taste again but by, journey to your desires by the means I shall then have, to prefer them, and the impediment most profitably, removed, without the which there were no expectation of. Another room in the castle. Why, none, why, none! Emilia’s role in Othello is key, her part in taking the handkerchief leads to Othello falling for Iago’s lies more fully. This will give you an easier path to getting what you want, with my help, and it will get Cassio out of your way. Scene 3. Enter OTHELLO and Attendants. ‘Great Jove protect Othello. Our war is over! But Sir, lwt me guide you. That’s right, smile down on her, do. The lieutenant tonight watches on the court of guard. Cas. Enter DESDEMONA, EMILIA, IAGO, RODERIGO with attendants. . Let's go to the shore, both to see the ship that's already arrived, and also to look out for brave Othello, even until it's so dark that we can't tell the blue sky from the sea. I've got news, lads. with their lips that their breaths embraced together. A slipper and subtle knave, a finder of occasions that has an eye, can stamp and counterfeit advantages, though true advantage never present itself. Cassio greets them all, especially praising Desdemona; somehow, Iago and Desdemona enter into an argument abou… Didn't you see her playing with Cassio's hand? Ah, excellent, well kissed. Cassio had taken her hand, and now they were whispering together. Oth. Honey, you shall be well desired in Cyprus. Act II. I promise I will. An indication and a subtle precursor to a future of lust and foul thoughts. It would be better, for your sake, if those fingers were enema tubes, to get rid of your B.S. This ship is also friendly. She puts her tongue a little in her heart. Hail, lady, and may the grace of God be all around you. Blessed? The login page will open in a new tab. Oh, behold, The riches of the ship is come on shore! These are old fond paradoxes to make fools laugh i'. Well praised! ‘Oh look,’ said Cassio, as he recognised Iago, Desdemona and Emilia among the passengers. I admit that maybe she talks less in front of you, and thinks before she speaks. They give this greeting to the citadel.This likewise is a friend. Othello Act 1 Scene 3 ... Purchase Othello: The Arden Shakespeare The Yale Annotated Shakespeare The Oxford Shakespeare The New Cambridge Shakespeare Othello: Act 2, Scene 1 Enter MONTANO and two GENTLEMEN. For I suspect the lusty Moor has slept with my wife. I admit that maybe she talks less in front of you, and thinks before she speaks. That will be a quicker way to your desires because I will then be able to remove the obstacle, without which we wouldn’t be successful.’, Roderigo was half convinced. Yet I'll not shed her blood.  Honey, you will be well loved in Cyprus. ‘I think that must be the General,’ said Cassio. ‘Come on, how would you praise me?’, ‘I’m thinking about it but my power of invention is stuck. Sir, if she gave you as much of her lips as she gives me of her talkative tongue, you'd have had enough. The Turkish fleet will be dispersed. ‘Oh, my fair warrior!’ he exclaimed. Goodbye.’, Iago felt sure that Cassio was in love with her. Othello Act 1 Scene 2 Lyrics. Read the NoSweatShakespeare Modern Othello ebook for free! ‘Honey, they’re going to like you here. That’s a meaningless thing! And the grace of heaven encompass you.’, ‘Thank you, valiant Cassio,’ said Desdemona. They were separated by the terrible storm.’, ‘Pray heaven he is,’ said Montano. – a knave very voluble; nothing more to him than a superficial display of civility and politeness, all to fulfil his lustfulness and his hidden but real licentiousness. The wind-shaked surge, with high and monstrous mane. When you've been hurt, you act like saints, but when you're offended you act like devils. He's eloquent, and puts up a facade of good manners to hide his real desires. For they were parted With foul and violent tempest. ‘News lads!’ he shouted. There’s one gone to the harbor? ‘He’s done well,’ said Cassio. A pestilent complete knave, and the woman hath found him already. Be not ensheltered and embayed, they are drowned. Or, failing that, I'll at least make the Moor so jealous that no good judgment can fix it. A fuller blast ne'er shook our battlements. There’s none so foul and foolish thereunto,But does foul pranks which fair and wise ones do. Please see the bottom of this page for helpful Othello resources. Bells in your parlors, wild-cats in your kitchens. To see you here before me. Provoke him so that he will. It came from Verona, bringing Michael Cassio, the lieutenant of the warlike Moor Othello. Oh, look: the precious passengers of the ship have come on shore. To love, it. The duke and the senators discuss the movements of the Turkish … One of our ships from Venice has seen the terrible devastation of most of their fleet.’, ‘The ship is here, docked. Cyprus. Therefore I have hope that he will be okay, and haven't resigned myself to thinking he's dead. But what would you say about a truly virtuous woman, one that even malicious people would have to admit was a good person? I’ll not be far from you. ‘Let’s go to the castle. When you've been hurt, you act like saints, but when you're offended you act like devils. These are old sayings to make fools laugh in the bars. If she’s fair and wise – fairness and intelligence – the one’s for using and the other uses it.’, ‘Well done,’ said Desdemona. Iago witnesses their harmony and secretly thinks of the discord which he wants to put between them. You may relish him more in the. ) Teach your students to analyze literature like LitCharts does. You wouldn’t be able to find words and you’d be exhausted if you tried.’, The man who had gone to find out whose ship it was returned. Blessed? Didn't you notice that? The plan was there but not yet fully formed. I pray to heaven that Othello is safe. He's a devilish fool. ‘Amen to that.’ Othello put his hand on his chest. Never lacked gold and yet went never gay, Fled from her wish and yet said “Now I may,”. Traitors ensteeped to enclog the guiltless keel, Their mortal natures, letting go safely by. If she had been blessed, she would never have loved the Moor. Now, sir, given all this obvious information, who do you think she will turn to if not Cassio? Oh, my soul is overjoyed! I've got news, lads. PDF downloads of all 1388 LitCharts literature guides, and of every new one we publish. Cassio was falling into the trap. And welcome, ma'am. It's as if the storms themselves—the high seas, the howling winds, the jagged rocks, and the heaped up sands—normally bent on wrecking ships, have recognized the beauty of the divine Desdemona and went easy on her ship, letting her travel safely. There was another cry from the people on the cliff-top. Detailed explanations, analysis, and citation info for every important quote on LitCharts. The guttered rocks and congregated sands. and rekindle the fire in our spirits, bringing comfort to all of Cyprus. Enter OTHELLO. both to see the ship that's already arrived, and also to look out for brave Othello, even until it's so dark that we can't tell the blue sky from the sea. MONTANO 1 What from the cape can you discern at sea? The woman I told you about, our great captain's captain, left under bold Iago's watch. The wine she drinks is made of grapes. Thank you, you brave men of this warlike island, who think highly of the Moor. With him standing in the way, you would have no hope of getting what you want. Nonetheless, I've found some inspiration. How is my old friend on this island doing? [To DESDEMONA] Honey, you will be well loved in Cyprus. Oh, most lame and impotent conclusion! Didst thou not see her paddle with the palm of his hand? Our wars are done, the Turks are, How does my old acquaintance of this isle?—. This list of Shakespeare plays brings together all 38 plays in alphabetical order. He’s a good man and he deserves a lot of respect.’ He took Desdemona’s hand. Let’s to the seaside, ho! Emilia, don't listen to him, even though he's your husband. Iago then meets … If you are brave—for after all, they say that lousy men acquire more nobility than they naturally have when they are in love—listen to me. I can't believe this about Desdemona. A side-by-side No Fear translation of Othello Act 4 Scene 2 Page 10 [To DESDEMONA] Come with me Desdemona. ‘You should value him more as a soldier than as a scholar.’. 1. The wind blew violently and the grey sea raged. Like and Subscribe! He's a better soldier than a scholar. Explanatory Notes for Act 2, Scene 1. The waves are so high and monstrous that they look as though they’re drenching the stars and putting their light out. That Cassio loves her, I do well believe ’t. 'Tis a worthy governor. If he did he would have Michael Cassio on the run – poison the Moor against him. I can't speak enough about how happy I am. Influenced by the duplicitous Iago, Othello, a Moorish general in the Venetian army, begins to doubt his wife's faithfulness. Act 1, Scene 1: Venice.A street. Didn't you notice that? A slipper and subtle knave, a finder of occasions. What shall we hear of this? But does foul pranks which fair and wise ones do. She's come here seven days earlier than I expected. First of all, I have to tell you this: Desdemona is in love with him. And I don't know anything, but I'm sure he's all right and will be here soon. DESDEMONA My dear Othello! Refine any search. Lechery, by this hand, an index and obscure prologue to, the history of lust and foul thoughts. But my Muse labors. Folger Shakespeare » Shakespeare’s ... Act 1, scene 2. I am not merry, but I do beguileThe thing I am by seeming otherwise.Come, how wouldst thou praise me? When the blood is made dull with, the act of sport, there should be a game to inflame it, and to give satiety a fresh appetite, loveliness in. Scene 2. Yes, that's right. They spot a ship coming forth; but Iago, Desdemona, and Emilia are on it, not Othello. This is all I need to trap Cassio like a fly in my web. The wine she drinks is made of grapes. She that I spake of, our great captain’s captain, Left in the conduct of the bold Iago, Whose footing here anticipates our thoughts A se'nnight’s speed. And his fingers to his lips again. But I’ll set down the pegs that make this music, News, friends! Besides, the knave is handsome, young, and has all those requirements that foolish and inexperienced women look for. Thou praisest the worst best. When these communications begin the main business follows soon, – the physical conclusion. I'm surprised, but happy to see that you made it here before me. ‘This is also a friend.’, ‘Go,’ said Cassio. You women are the picture of perfection out in public, but annoying as ringing bells in your parlors and like wild-cats in your kitchens. Summary: Act II, scene ii. I've brought you here from Venice. You tell her, "Yes, you're right." To suckle fools and chronicle small beer. I will use your own politeness against you. You men of Cyprus, let her have your knees. After logging in you can close it and return to this page. If such tricks as these strip you out of your lieutenantry, it had been better you had not kissed your three fingers so oft, which now again you are mostapt to play the sir in. If the same kind of wind has been raging on the sea, what ships made of oak could hold together when waves as tall as mountains strike them? I'll speak ill of Cassio to Othello, and the Moor will love me and reward me for it, even though all I'll be doing is making an ass of him and destroying his peace and quiet. Hail to thee, lady, and the grace of heaven. But what praise could you genuinely give to a deserving woman? ‘Oh, heaven defend the Moor from the elements. The Moor himself is still at sea, having been ordered to come here to Cyprus. You say true, 'Tis so,indeed. On the brow o' th' sea, Stand ranks of people, and they cry “A sail!”. ‘Sir, if she gave you as much of her lips as she gives me of her tongue you’d have enough!’, Desdemona laughed. On the brow o' th' sea Stand ranks of people, and they cry “A sail!”, The town is empty. sir, be you ruled by me. Pish! ‘What if she’s fair and stupid?’ said Emilia. guard Othello and send his ship quickly here, so that he may bless us with his arrival, embrace Desdemona in love. First of all, I have to tell you this: Desdemona is in love with him. It is believed that Shakespeare wrote 38 plays in total between 1590 and 1612. You, men of Cyprus, kneel down. As well to see the vessel that’s come in. See suitors following and not look behind, She was a wight, if ever such wights were—. The storm has battered the Turkish fleet so badly that their attack has been halted. Besides, the knave is handsome, young, and hath all those requisites in him that folly and green minds look after. If she had been blessed she would never have loved the Moor. Methinks the wind hath spoke aloud at land, A fuller blast ne'er shook our battlements. The town is empty. ‘What ignorance!’ said Desdemona. Our wars are done, the Turks are drowned. Now, good Iago, don't get mad that I'm kissing your wife hello. Provoke him that he may. If she be fair and wise, fairness and wit. Actually understand Othello Act 2, Scene 1. Good flag-bearer, welcome. I lost sight of him on the dangerous sea. Oh, heavy ignorance! Oh, my sweet lady, I keep on chattering on and going on and on about my happiness. This monologue springs from a tense scene between Othello and Desdemona. If it hath ruffianed so upon the sea What ribs of oak, when mountains melt on them, Can hold the mortise? I find it still, when I have leave to sleep. Oh, my love, I’m prattling away in the most selfish way. O my sweet. If she was really blessed, she never would have fallen in love with the Moor. Please log in again. If thou be’st valiant, as they say base men being in love have then a nobility in their natures more than is native to them, list me. I warrant thee. Good ancient, you are welcome.—Welcome, mistress. Oh, my soul is overjoyed! I will use your own politeness against you. But that our loves and comforts should increase, And this, and this, the greatest discords be. And I'll have Michael Cassio right where I want him to carry out that plan—as long as this piece of Venetian trash, Roderigo, does as I've told him. For even the stupidity of such a woman would help her find a man. There was some shouting. Let not thy discreet heart think it. These are old fond paradoxes to make fools laugh i' th' alehouse. Venice. ‘Has someone gone to find out about the ship?’, Desdemona was apprehensive but was trying to be lighthearted. have recognized the beauty of the divine Desdemona and went easy on her ship, letting her travel safely. A street. A trumpet sounded. Now, in the absence of those necessary things her youthful beauty will be wasted and she’ll be revolted and she’ll begin to be disgusted by the Moor and hate him. They watched the ship drop its anchor and a small boat set off with its passengers. That gives me this bold show of courtesy. I must fetch his necessaries ashore. Nor know I aughtBut that he’s well and will be shortly here. A Sea-port in Cyprus. Yet again your fingers to your lips? Psh! Would they were clyster-pipes for. I will do this, if you can bring it to any opportunity. favor, sympathy in years, manners and beauties.  One more time: it's so nice to see you at Cyprus. Now Sir, given that – as it is so natural – who is the obvious choice, if not Cassio? She that was ever fair and never proud, Had tongue at will and yet was never loud, Never lacked gold and yet went never gay, Fled from her wish and yet said “Now I may,” She that being angered, her revenge being nigh, Bade her wrong stay and her displeasure fly, She that in wisdom never was so frail To change the cod’s head for the salmon’s tail, She that could think and ne'er disclose her mind, See suitors following and not look behind, She was a wight, if ever such wights were—, The woman who was beautiful but not too proud, who was eloquent but not too loud, who never lacked gold but never dressed too extravagantly, who held back her desires even when she could fulfill them, the woman who, when angry and able to get revenge nonetheless endured her misfortune and turned the other cheek, who was wise enough not to make foolish decisions, who could think and not share her thoughts, who could see men pursuing her but not pay them any attention . MONTANO (an official from Cyprus) and two GENTLEMEN enter. Chief among Iagos reasons for this hatred is Othellos recent promotion of Michael Cassio to the post of lieutenant. He would make the Moor thank him, value him and reward him for making an ass of him. Remember how quickly she fell in love with the Moor, all over some bragging and made-up fantastical stories. For I suspect the lusty Moor has slept with my wife. Didn’t you see her stroke his hand? The wind's been blowing loudly on land, too. Oh, curses upon you, you slandering women! How say you, Cassio? With as little a web as this will I ensnare as, great a fly as Cassio. Good ancient, you are welcome.—Welcome, mistress. You give the best praise to the worst women. And will she continue to love him if he carries on with that babbling? Well done. Act 1. Find some occasion to make him angry, either by speaking too loudly or undermining his discipline, or any other way you like, in your own time.’, Roderigo’s face showed that he didn’t much like that idea. ‘Good Ensign, you are welcome.’ And to Emilia: ‘Welcome mistress. That she loves him, ’tis apt and of great credit. ‘Our wars are over. He kissed her and held her close. The thought whereof Doth, like a poisonous mineral, gnaw my inwards, And nothing can or shall content my soul Till I am evened with him, wife for wife. But he, sir, had th' election And I, of whom his eyes had seen the proof At Rhodes, at Cyprus, and on other grounds Christian and heathen, must be belee’d and calmed By debitor and creditor. If the same kind of wind has been raging on the sea, what ships made of oak could hold together when waves as tall as mountains strike them? She'll find none of this in the Moor. You are pictures out of door. him, Emilia, though he be thy husband. Their faces were so close to each other that they almost breathed the same breath. Didst not mark that? Very good, you kissed her well—keep showing such courtesy to her! It's someone named Iago, the general's flag-bearer. Don't think this for a second. Cassio doesn’t know you. That was if that pathetic piece of trash of Venice who he was using as a hunting dog would be able to pull it off. Instant downloads of all 1388 LitChart PDFs. [He kisses EMILIA] Now, good Iago, don't get mad that I'm kissing your wife hello. But this Cassio I mentioned—he brings good news about the Turks' losing their ships, but he looks sad and hopes that the Moor is safe at sea. If such tricks as this were eventually to strip him of his lieutenantship it would have been better if he hadn’t kissed his three fingers so often, something he kept doing in that courtly way, playing the well bred gentleman. Quiet for a second, and listen up. Nothing at all. When this kind of behavior happens, the main event isn't far away—the physical consummation. First, I must tell thee this: Desdemona is. And she loved him too. A Sea-port in Cyprus. He's married to a woman that surpasses description and exceeds her reputation. For I have served under him, and he commands like a perfect soldier. Act 1, Scene 3: A council-chamber. Nothing at all. If it were now to die, 'Twere now to be most happy, for I fear My soul hath her content so absolute That not another comfort like to this Succeeds in unknown fate. Farewell. Pudding! Watch you tonight for the command, I’ll lay ’t upon, you find some occasion to anger Cassio, either by, speaking too loud, or tainting his discipline, or from, what other course you please, which the time shall more. 2. She that could think and ne'er disclose her mind. What news do you have of my husband? Pish! OTHELLO O my fair warrior! 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