‘Cassio, Cassio, Cassio!’, ‘Gentleman,’ said Iago. Guiltiness speaks, even when the guilty person holds his or her tongue. Numerous and well-known phrases came from his plays, such as “wear my heart upon my sleeve” (Othello) and “the world is my oys- A street. Be bold, and take thy stand. Don’t be nervous; I’ll be at your elbow. Murder! But the hero struggles against this fate and this cosmic conflict wins Alas, he faints! Alas, he is fainting! Oh no, there’s more to this. I pray you, look upon her. Next. 2 And he said to them, The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Hey! These may be counterfeits. He had such a noble sense of his friend’s grievance that he put Othello to shame. He’s almost slain, and Roderigo dead. ‘Who’s crying murder?’. The login page will open in a new tab. ‘Iago?’ said Cassio. Cassio, unable to get up, was shouting as loudly as he could. Do you see, gentlemen? What bad blood was there between the two of you? King Henry had sent for them because he needed their advice Act 1, scene 2. I am crippled forever. Cassio was almost killed, and Roderigo is dead. You teach me by your example. Do you look a little pale, mistress? Scene 1. Do we know this face or not? Cassio, do you have any idea who attacked you? Come here and give some help. Othello. Oh, me, lieutenant! If Cassio survives, his beauty every day makes me seem ugly by comparison. ‘I must apologise. Yes, ’tis Roderigo. Murder! Cassio, the man who lies murdered here was my dear friend. I cry you gentle pardon, These bloody accidents must excuse my manners. Read every line of Shakespeare’s original text alongside a modern English translation. Please log in again. Next to land is Desdemona, who has sailed with Iago and his wife, Emilia. ‘Murder! 'Tis some mischance, the cry is very direful. Murder! Oh, I have been ruined and undone by villains! Kind gentlemen, let's go make sure poor Cassio's wounds get tended to. She’s been acting weird lately. A street. Cassio hath here been set on in the dark By Roderigo and fellows that are ’scaped. Who are you? He supped at my house, but I therefore shake not. Do you perceive the gastness of her eye?—Stay you, goodgentlemen.—Look you pale, mistress?— Nay, if you stare, we shall hear more anon.— Behold her well. Two or three people are groaning. Alas, it is my friend and my dear countryman Roderigo! I beg you, look at her. There. IAGO RODERIGO Thou told'st me thou didst hold him in thy hate. Othello Act 5, scene 1 Summary & Analysis | LitCharts. What ill feeling was there between you?’, ‘None whatsoever,’ gasped Cassio. But I hear him coming. All of you gentlemen, I suspect that this piece of trash has played a role in Cassio's injury. A surgeon!’. Summary. Please see the bottom of each scene for full explanatory notes. Your lust-stained bed is about to be soiled with your lustful blood. No, it can't be—yes, it is for sure! Guiltiness speaks, even when the guilty person holds his or her tongue. O notable strumpet! RODERIGO OTHELLO It is the cause, it is the cause, my soul,--Let me not name it to you, you chaste stars!--It is the cause. None in the world, nor do I know the man. [To himself]  This is the night that either makes me, or utterly ruins me. ‘Emilia, please go and ask Cassio where he dined this evening.’ He turned to Bianca. Othello Act 2 Scene 1 6. Yes, it's Roderigo. What’s the matter, husband?’, ‘Cassio’s been attacked here in the dark by Roderico and other fellows who have escaped. Do you see, gentlemen? O Cassio, Cassio, Cassio! But I hear him coming. I’m going to bleed to death!’, A light appeared from somewhere. Can you see, gentlemen? Let’s see if any of us knows him.’, Roderigo lay, as though dead, on the ground. SCENE: The first act takes place in Venice. Never tell me. I've been out looking for you. Othello ... Read our modern English translation of this scene. Think about that, and be firmly resolved for the task. Refine any search. Your charms, your eyes, are erased from my heart. The full text of Shakespeare's plays and sonnets side-by-side with translations into modern English. 'Tis he. ‘Cassio, do you have any suspicion as to who it is who has mangled you?’, ‘I’m sorry to find you like this,’ said Gratiano. I don't have any great dedication to do this deed, but Iago has given me satisfactory reasons to do it. Murder!’, Gratiano and Lodovico came forward and Iago stopped them with his drawn sword. Yes, ’tis Roderigo. ‘Come on mistress, you’re going to have to tell us a different story. ‘I think this is Othello’s Ancient,’ said Gratiano. I cry you gentle pardon,These bloody accidents must excuse my mannersThat so neglected you. ‘Cassio?’ he said. Oh, that’s well said—the chair! Will you go on ahead? Oh my, lieutenant! If Roderigo lives, he will make me pay him back for all the gold and jewels I took from him as gifts for Desdemona. Come on, give me some light. Ho! ‘Save your energy.’ As Cassio was lifted on to the chair he said: ‘This fellow lying dead here, Cassio, was a dear friend of mine. O notable strumpet! Now, whether he kill Cassio. ‘Light, please, gentlemen. Watch her carefully. ‘This is Cassio, hurt by villains.’. I can't have that. ‘Nor do I know him.’, ‘Why are you looking so pale?’ Iago was examining Bianca’s face. Are you good or evil? [To CASSIO] What are you here that cry so grievously? Murder! ‘What’s the matter? Dramatis Personae. 'Tis but a man gone. ‘It is,’ said Lodovico. May unfold me to him—there stand I in much peril. Read expert analysis on Othello Dramatis Personae at Owl Eyes. (aside) I have rubbed this young quat almost to the sense, And he grows angry. It's him. Think about that, and be firmly resolved for the task. No, it can't be—yes, it is for sure! When they got near Lodovico put a hand on Gratiano’s arm. Therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest. ‘Oh, is this my friend and dear countryman, Roderigo? No Fear Shakespeare – Macbeth (by SparkNotes) -1- Original Text Modern Text Act 1, Scene 1 Thunder and lightning. He had taken charge of it all and everyone was doing as he commanded. PDF downloads of all 1386 LitCharts literature guides, and of every new one we publish. Here, stand behind this wall. ‘He’s killed me!’ shouted Roderigo and he dropped to his knees. 'Tis but a man gone. Watch her carefully. Cassio, the man who lies murdered here was my dear friend. ‘Foh. Oh, I am spoiled, undone by villains! No, he must die. Are you good or evil? ‘Who was doing that shouting?’, Bianca recognised Cassio and dropped down at his side. Characterization A tragic hero is a character who is usually the protagonist whose flaws eventually lead to their demise. What villains have done this? Ah, well done, the chair! Read Full Text and Annotations on Othello Dramatis Personae at Owl Eyes. And here he was! Come, mistress, you must tell ’s another tale. ‘Come come, give me a light. Gentlemen, give me some light so I can bind the wound with my shirt. Gratiano shook his head. He’s wounded, and can’t run away.’, ‘Oh the treacherous villain,’ exclaimed Iago, spinning round and drawing his sword at the same time. Let’s think ’t unsafe. Here’s Cassio hurt by villains. That thrust would have been quite bad for me indeed, except that my coat is thicker than you realize. Who they should be that have thus mangled you? ‘My leg has been cut in two,’ groaned Cassio. ‘What? ‘Did you know him?’, Iago turned to him. All of you gentlemen, I suspect that this piece of trash has played a role in Cassio's injury. ‘I suspect this trash of being a party to this injury. Iago keeps his word. ‘Take him gently away from here. And your unblest fate hies. Darling, he thought, your lover is lying here dead and your own terrible fate is near. No—yes, sure! I don't have any great dedication to do this deed, but Iago has given me satisfactory reasons to do it. 'Tis he. Who's there? Here, stand behind this bulk, straight will he come. And alas, poor Cassio! 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