Brabantio? Why does Iago and Roderigo awaken him in the middle of the night ? What is Roderigo's previous relationship with Brabantio and Desdemona?. Notably the relationships between Brabantio and Desdemona, the relationship between Roderigo and Desdemona, the relationship between Cassio and. Who was Brabantio, and why did Iago and Roderigo awaken him in the Iago will ruin Othello's relationship with Desdemona as a means of.
These four associations impact in both a small and large way to the ending of this play, the death of Desdemona, Emila and Othello. One of the first relationships seen during the play Othello is that which runs between Desdemona and Brabantio of a father to his daughter.
As was the attitude of the time Brabantio considered Desdemona as a procession and a prize rather then a person. This stemmed from the patriarchal society of the time. Look to your house, your daughter and your bags! Brabantio loves his daughter but considerers her as a piece of property to shelter and own. From this attitude of possessing women Brabantio becomes utterly infuriated when he discovers that Desdemona has eloped with Othello and thus deceived him which was unheard of at the time.
Therefore the relationship which Desdemona has with her father Brabantio influences the final outcome of this tragedy by one sentence said in fury. Roderigo upon discovering the marriage between Othello and Desdemona, unlike other various suitors did not simply whoo another but continued to try and whoo the gentle Desdemona. Iago realizing that Roderigo still loves Desdemona uses Roderigo for money and for doing his dirty work in unseating Othello.
The innocent relationship between Cassio and Desdemona contributes to the plays tragic outcome as Othello believes Cassio to be bedding his wife. What is the purpose of Iago's plan? What evidence is Iago using to rationalize his plan? Is his evidence solid? Feels cheated by the selection of Cassio as lieutenant.
Finds the selection unjustified and incomprehensible. Because he cannot be trusted, Suspects that both Othello and Cassio were lecherous with his wife. Has no solid evidence; it is pure speculation. What keeps Roderigo from seeing the truth instead of Iago's lies? He is easily manipulated by Iago because of his lovesickness for Desdemona.
What is roderigos previous relationship with brabantio and desdemona
How does Iago see Desdemona? Why does Iago want Cassio to drink more wine? To cloud his judgment; under the influence of alcohol, Cassio, like others, will act rashly.
What is the outcome of Cassio's drinking? Was easily provoked into an argument with Roderigo, and then Montano. Before Othello arrived, Montano was gravely wounded by Cassio. What lie does Iago tell Montano about Cassio? Tells him that he is an insomniac and an alcoholic Why does Othello strip Cassio of his rank? So it seems like Desdemona loves Cassio and keeps talking about him. How does Iago get back in Othello's good graces?
By trying to help Othello find out if Desdemona was cheating on him. What is Rodrigo's complaint, and how does Iago answer it? That he doesn't have Desdemona yet and Iago tells him to get more money for when Desdemona gets tired of Othello. How does Cassio see Desdemona? Cassio and Desdemona have been friends for some time. They care deeply for each other, however, not romantically.
Cassio, out of friendship for Desdemona, and out of loyalty to Othello, shows deep concern for her safety and well-being. Why does Cassio bring musicians? To try and make up with Othello What is Othello's response to them? He is mad What does Emilia tell Cassio that Desdemona is already doing for them? Tells Cassio that Desdemona is already speaking to Othello on his behalf. Cassio asks Emilia to briefly speak with Desdemona alone. What responses do Iago and Othello have to seeing Cassio leave Desdemona?
She repeatedly asks Othello to reconcile with Cassio to the point of begging which only makes his suspicion grow. What is Othello's response to Desdemona as she leaves? They just make Othello more paranoid and more delusional. Why doesn't Iago simply tell Othello right away that Desdemona and Cassio are having an affair? He is not trying to put ideas in his head so it is not his fault. Othello's love for Desdemona is solid as can be seen through line 93 of Act 3, Scene 3.
Why does he become a man in "misery" by his next speech 3. What has moved him from love to jealousy? Iago implies that Desdemona is cheating on Othello.
How can anyone provide proof of fidelity? It is difficult to prove while infidelity has hard evidence and is easy to prove.
What thing does Emilia find and give to Iago? What is Iago's reply when Othello demanded proof of his wife's disloyalty?
He says he saw Cassio with Desdemona's handkerchief What does Othello decide and command at the end of Scene 3? To get proof that Cassio has the handkerchief How likely is it that Othello will keep an open mind until he has seen real proof?
How much have Iago's suggestions about Desdemona's "nature" worked on Othello? Unlikely because he still believes Iago without proof Is there any chance of his changing his mind or of Desdemona's convincing him of her innocence after this speech?
There is no chance of Othello changing his mind because even Desdemona is trying to explain herself Othello still doesn't listen. What is Emilia's relationship with Iago? Emilia is Iago's wife that he uses.
Emilia is Desdemona's friend and servant What, according to Othello, is the history of the handkerchief 3. Is Othello telling the truth here? What else might he be doing?
It was made by an Egyptian magician and his mom got it. Then his mom gave it tom him as his last gift from her.
He might be trying to make Desdemona feel bad. What does the argument in 3. Shows that Desdemona is innocent and Othello is not being himself.
Othello Character Relationships by Brianna Lambert on Prezi
What is Emilia's view of men 3. How justified is she? She has a cynical view of men. It is compound when she realizes that he used her to get the handkerchief. She feels tht men do not truly love women they only use them and toss them away when they are no longer useful. What is her emotional response?
How does Cassio get the handkerchief? She mistakenly assumes he got it from a new girlfriend. He assures her that he found it in his room, and only wants to have one like it for her.