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Là Orthello a Tragedy characters Roderigo - A Venetian nobleman in love with Desdemona - Has a lot of money than sense and pays Lago to court Desdemona on his behalf. - Lago playing on Roderigo's hopes and gullibility - Never gets his heart's desire - Involved in the attack on Cassio - Lago kills him to ensure his silence Orthello Protagonist - A Moor (an African) - a general in the defense forces of the city of Venice - successful profession brings him high status in Venice - Foreign origins and Color separate him from others - Military man with a reputation of Courage - Good judgement, military matter - Loves his wife Desdemona - Orthello believes Lagos lies and inflamed with jealousy he murders the woman he loved. - At the end he commits suicide. Cassio - Orthello's lieutenant in the Venetian defense forces. - He is popular and speaks well - He is lively and trusting, Lago convinces Orthello that Cassio is Desdemona's paramour. - - Cassio is appointed governor of Cyprus after Orthello's death. - gallant, courteous, gentleman, perhaps, too gallant with the ladies at time. - he has been friendly with Orthello for some time - He is naive, incapable of holding his liquor, temper when he's drunk. Desdemona A noble Venetian Lady, daughter of Brabantio. Organizes her life intelligently and shows courage, love and loyalty She firmly believes that Orthello (after he distances himself on Cyprus due to Lago's lies) will see that she is true to...

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him, but when she realizes that he wants to kill her, she can only feel despair and grief. - She dies declaring his love for him - she changes, is confident towards the Duke, scene 3 she loses her confidence or her strength, more devoted to Orthello. Lago - Antagonist -Orthello's ancient captain in the Venetian defense forces. He hoped for promotion but Orthello passed over him on favor for Cassio - Lago works on revenge on them both. Exploits Roderigo as a source of money and an unwitting accomplice in his plot to end Orthello. -hypocritical, manipulative, cruel, vicious, murderous (psychopath, sociopath and extreme narcissistic) 192 :: Orthfel 1, Scene (Brabantios house) -Lago tells Roderigo that he hates Orthello (because Cassio became his Lieutenant) - Even though he has less experience on battlefield - Wake him up and tell him about his daughter's secret marriage to Orthello - Brabantio gets angry -Roderigo offers help to find them -Roderigo and Lago want revenge on Orthello, they hate him for different reasons. a Tragedy -The tell him that thieves are outside - Brabantio sends soldiers to find his daughter Act 1, Scene 2 Insults ,,Old black ram." (89) ,,Barbary horse." (112) ,,The thick lips." (67) ,,The devil." (92) ,,The moor." (117) ,,lascivious moor." (126)-sexual animal drive ,,An extravagant and wheeling stranger." (He/him-doesn't call him by his name Orthello.) Lago = Janus ,,By Janus, I think no." (Act 1,scene 2, 33) - Janus: Two faces god (like Lago) - cunning character - Roman god with two faves. - Therefore this expression also seems to allude to Lago's character. - Lago tells Orthello that Brabantio knows about his marriage. - ,,Let him do his spite" - Cassio tells Orthello to come to the Senate / War Cyprus - Brabantio and Roderigo arrive with Soldiers to Arrest Orthello for bewitching Desdemona - Allows him to go to the senate because of the duke - Brabantio accuses Orthello of abducting Desdemona - Duke must be answered first Orthello and his status - Orthello is confident because of his status and sure about his military will. This protects him from Brabantios personal anger (18-20) - Free man, royal ancestor (22) - direct accusation from Brabantio (61-62) - calm, confident in his position (,,let him do his spite.") - oppeness, sincerity (79-80) - natural authority (17) (58, 59) - (Scene 2, 62-81) - Accusation Brabantio: thief, magic Witchcraft, Desdemona would never marry a man like him - drugs - abused her - used her .: 3 Orthallo a Tragedy Act Scene Orthello's speech - Orthello defends himself - course of love (91) - ,,I won his daughter." (94) - He tells him that she falls for him - His father loved him (127) - She felt sorry for him ,,stole her tears." - Witchcraft was his story, he visited the family and told the stories of his youth. - Desdemona also stood up for then and he confessed her love and duty Duke to Orthello - Let it be and accept it - Duke believes in his good values, he's a good man - He's not like other blacks. (sarcastic) - (She will cheat on you) - Turkish Fleet in Cyprus going to attack (danger) - Duke appoints Orthello to lead the forces to defend Cyprus - Duke notices Brabantio who believes that his daughter has been corrupted with magic She would never marry a man like him - Duke will support him against witchcraft (a captital crime) - courtship (dignified war, 76-93, 127-169) (170) Lago in Act 1, Scene 3 - manipulates him, get the place as Cassio (384) - ,,abuse Orthellos ear." - manipulate, use the others against him - honest characters against him - hates the moor (377,358) - intellectual satisfaction Lago's Motive to destroy Orthello - intellectual satisfaction - jealousy - joy of destruction - greed (378-379) - inferiority complex - motiveless malignity - evil by nature - Orthello slept with Emilia (Cassio- Desdemona) Gardener Metapher - (315-328) - everything is planned - Lago regards love as a ,,list of the blood." (3, 330) which can and must be controlled by a mans reason. - presents himself as a charming and rational person - He does not meet his own standards since he is not immune to jealousy. Lagos soliloquy, I 3, 381-395 - shows what going to happen next - creates additional suspense - generates hope that anticipated deeds do not happen - feel horror at senseless destruction - admire Lago's intelligence and skills at maneuvering others around like a theatre director - become unwillingly co-conspirators - Lago is The antagonist, the enemy,,,lago" is Spanish-enemies in old England. Cassio vs Lago - Cassio idealizes Desdemona (73), corteous (99), servile (74) - Lago is disrespectful - sarcastic -misogynistic Hostel towards women In Orthello, all men display little trust in women's loyalty and faithfulness and speak in bad ways about them although they have little reasons to do so, because none of them behaves like that. Act 2. Scene 2 The herald reads a proclamation declaring a night of general festivities to celebrate both, the destruction of the Turkish fleet and Orthello's recent marriage. - celebration is a contrast to the tragedy that will follow - p ducts Horror (409-410) Tragedy, what does it mean? - A serious play with a sad ending, especially one in which the main character dies. - Main character has a flaw (Orthello: jealousy, gullible) 1.) A very sad event or situation, especially one that involves death (the falling tree) 2.) A serious play with sad ending, especially one in which the main character dies (Orthello) a - In Cyprus Orthello's arrival is awaited anxiously - Turkish fleet is no longer a threat - Desdemona arrives, accompanied by Lago - Lago makes jokes until she is safely reunited with Orthello. - Lago suggests to Roderigo that Desdemona is in love with Cassio Lago is left alone on stage, speaks out his thoughts loudly. Scene Lagos plans in Act 2, Scene 1 - Lago watches Cassio for weakness and focuses on his manners and attention towards Desdemona (164-165) - tone changes from poetry to prose to make clear is serious - wants to tell Orthello that Desdemona loves Cassio to get rid of him and that he loses his position. - pushes Roderigo in a emotional stampede / overwhelming idea. - ,,They met so near with their lips." (239-245) - Lago then speaks alone revealing - jealousy of Orthello having an affair with Emilia (269) - seducing Desdemona (272-278) - Lago will lead Orthello into his pain (jealousy and madness) (289-293) rising action Act 1 exposition climax :'. Act 2 This scene is fairly short, function of this short episode - celebration is a contrast to the tragedy that follows - predicts long horror, everyone is nice - the passage time from das tonight must be made clear. The proclamation prepares for more action of drinking and brawling that ensues. Act 3 Behavior towards women - Cassio is respectful (113) ,,or else i'm a Turk." He praises her, idealized her. - Lago says that they're untrustworthy sexual deviant - lead with lust - beautiful or ugly - sex starved - wild cats in our kitchen - the perfect Woman, with Perfect virtues does not exist (145-155) Act 4 falling action Traditional Tragedy - Introduction (Time, place of action, main character and basic conflict - further conflicts complicate the plot - meet more characters - increase in suspense Act 5 resolution Cassio's character - strict about his duty - Lago convinces him to drink but he doesn't want to, he can't stand up - dorky after he drunk Orthello a Tragedy The short scene 2.0 - It reminds the audience of Orthello's position in Cyprus and shows him as a competent leader who lives up to his job 3 Cassio commanding the night watch during the time of feasting - Orthello and Desdemona retire to bed - Lago then makes remarks to Desdemona to Cassio - Cassio doesn't really care at first - Lago invites him to drink, he declined but Lago urges himmuntil Cassio finally agrees. - Lago spurs Roderigo into a fight with Cassio, others join in and Roderigo sends to ring the alarm bell Orthello comes and wants to know who started the fight, Lago names Cassio. - Orthello relieves Cassio of his post and returns to bed Lago arranges a private meeting between Cassio and Desdemona. Orthello is angry and trusts Lago - Cassio grieves (250-254) - Cassio is overwhelmed with guilt and Lago poisoned words in his ear (332) Act 3, Scene 1 - In effort to win Orthellos good graces, Cassio sends musicians to play music beneath the generals window. - Orthello sends servant, clown to tell them to go away - Cassio asks the clown for Emilia Needs her for access to Desdemona - Desdemona has stood up for Cassio (followed Lagos suggestion and runs right into his trap) - Orthello doesn't care about the music, so the clown dismisses them with,ones (58) - Cassio gives the clown a gold piece and instructs hometown tell Emilia (24-26, 58) - Lago offers to keep the ,,Moor" busy, so that all works and can go freely - Emilia convinces him to let Desdemona speak alone with Cassion The role of the clown - his usual function is to entertain the audience and make it laugh. By this means, tension is reduced (comic relief, comedian) Act 3, Scene 2 Orthello sends a letter to Venice - Cyprus is safe - Cassio is brought to Desdemona meanwhile

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Là Orthello a Tragedy characters Roderigo - A Venetian nobleman in love with Desdemona - Has a lot of money than sense and pays Lago to court Desdemona on his behalf. - Lago playing on Roderigo's hopes and gullibility - Never gets his heart's desire - Involved in the attack on Cassio - Lago kills him to ensure his silence Orthello Protagonist - A Moor (an African) - a general in the defense forces of the city of Venice - successful profession brings him high status in Venice - Foreign origins and Color separate him from others - Military man with a reputation of Courage - Good judgement, military matter - Loves his wife Desdemona - Orthello believes Lagos lies and inflamed with jealousy he murders the woman he loved. - At the end he commits suicide. Cassio - Orthello's lieutenant in the Venetian defense forces. - He is popular and speaks well - He is lively and trusting, Lago convinces Orthello that Cassio is Desdemona's paramour. - - Cassio is appointed governor of Cyprus after Orthello's death. - gallant, courteous, gentleman, perhaps, too gallant with the ladies at time. - he has been friendly with Orthello for some time - He is naive, incapable of holding his liquor, temper when he's drunk. Desdemona A noble Venetian Lady, daughter of Brabantio. Organizes her life intelligently and shows courage, love and loyalty She firmly believes that Orthello (after he distances himself on Cyprus due to Lago's lies) will see that she is true to...

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him, but when she realizes that he wants to kill her, she can only feel despair and grief. - She dies declaring his love for him - she changes, is confident towards the Duke, scene 3 she loses her confidence or her strength, more devoted to Orthello. Lago - Antagonist -Orthello's ancient captain in the Venetian defense forces. He hoped for promotion but Orthello passed over him on favor for Cassio - Lago works on revenge on them both. Exploits Roderigo as a source of money and an unwitting accomplice in his plot to end Orthello. -hypocritical, manipulative, cruel, vicious, murderous (psychopath, sociopath and extreme narcissistic) 192 :: Orthfel 1, Scene (Brabantios house) -Lago tells Roderigo that he hates Orthello (because Cassio became his Lieutenant) - Even though he has less experience on battlefield - Wake him up and tell him about his daughter's secret marriage to Orthello - Brabantio gets angry -Roderigo offers help to find them -Roderigo and Lago want revenge on Orthello, they hate him for different reasons. a Tragedy -The tell him that thieves are outside - Brabantio sends soldiers to find his daughter Act 1, Scene 2 Insults ,,Old black ram." (89) ,,Barbary horse." (112) ,,The thick lips." (67) ,,The devil." (92) ,,The moor." (117) ,,lascivious moor." (126)-sexual animal drive ,,An extravagant and wheeling stranger." (He/him-doesn't call him by his name Orthello.) Lago = Janus ,,By Janus, I think no." (Act 1,scene 2, 33) - Janus: Two faces god (like Lago) - cunning character - Roman god with two faves. - Therefore this expression also seems to allude to Lago's character. - Lago tells Orthello that Brabantio knows about his marriage. - ,,Let him do his spite" - Cassio tells Orthello to come to the Senate / War Cyprus - Brabantio and Roderigo arrive with Soldiers to Arrest Orthello for bewitching Desdemona - Allows him to go to the senate because of the duke - Brabantio accuses Orthello of abducting Desdemona - Duke must be answered first Orthello and his status - Orthello is confident because of his status and sure about his military will. This protects him from Brabantios personal anger (18-20) - Free man, royal ancestor (22) - direct accusation from Brabantio (61-62) - calm, confident in his position (,,let him do his spite.") - oppeness, sincerity (79-80) - natural authority (17) (58, 59) - (Scene 2, 62-81) - Accusation Brabantio: thief, magic Witchcraft, Desdemona would never marry a man like him - drugs - abused her - used her .: 3 Orthallo a Tragedy Act Scene Orthello's speech - Orthello defends himself - course of love (91) - ,,I won his daughter." (94) - He tells him that she falls for him - His father loved him (127) - She felt sorry for him ,,stole her tears." - Witchcraft was his story, he visited the family and told the stories of his youth. - Desdemona also stood up for then and he confessed her love and duty Duke to Orthello - Let it be and accept it - Duke believes in his good values, he's a good man - He's not like other blacks. (sarcastic) - (She will cheat on you) - Turkish Fleet in Cyprus going to attack (danger) - Duke appoints Orthello to lead the forces to defend Cyprus - Duke notices Brabantio who believes that his daughter has been corrupted with magic She would never marry a man like him - Duke will support him against witchcraft (a captital crime) - courtship (dignified war, 76-93, 127-169) (170) Lago in Act 1, Scene 3 - manipulates him, get the place as Cassio (384) - ,,abuse Orthellos ear." - manipulate, use the others against him - honest characters against him - hates the moor (377,358) - intellectual satisfaction Lago's Motive to destroy Orthello - intellectual satisfaction - jealousy - joy of destruction - greed (378-379) - inferiority complex - motiveless malignity - evil by nature - Orthello slept with Emilia (Cassio- Desdemona) Gardener Metapher - (315-328) - everything is planned - Lago regards love as a ,,list of the blood." (3, 330) which can and must be controlled by a mans reason. - presents himself as a charming and rational person - He does not meet his own standards since he is not immune to jealousy. Lagos soliloquy, I 3, 381-395 - shows what going to happen next - creates additional suspense - generates hope that anticipated deeds do not happen - feel horror at senseless destruction - admire Lago's intelligence and skills at maneuvering others around like a theatre director - become unwillingly co-conspirators - Lago is The antagonist, the enemy,,,lago" is Spanish-enemies in old England. Cassio vs Lago - Cassio idealizes Desdemona (73), corteous (99), servile (74) - Lago is disrespectful - sarcastic -misogynistic Hostel towards women In Orthello, all men display little trust in women's loyalty and faithfulness and speak in bad ways about them although they have little reasons to do so, because none of them behaves like that. Act 2. Scene 2 The herald reads a proclamation declaring a night of general festivities to celebrate both, the destruction of the Turkish fleet and Orthello's recent marriage. - celebration is a contrast to the tragedy that will follow - p ducts Horror (409-410) Tragedy, what does it mean? - A serious play with a sad ending, especially one in which the main character dies. - Main character has a flaw (Orthello: jealousy, gullible) 1.) A very sad event or situation, especially one that involves death (the falling tree) 2.) A serious play with sad ending, especially one in which the main character dies (Orthello) a - In Cyprus Orthello's arrival is awaited anxiously - Turkish fleet is no longer a threat - Desdemona arrives, accompanied by Lago - Lago makes jokes until she is safely reunited with Orthello. - Lago suggests to Roderigo that Desdemona is in love with Cassio Lago is left alone on stage, speaks out his thoughts loudly. Scene Lagos plans in Act 2, Scene 1 - Lago watches Cassio for weakness and focuses on his manners and attention towards Desdemona (164-165) - tone changes from poetry to prose to make clear is serious - wants to tell Orthello that Desdemona loves Cassio to get rid of him and that he loses his position. - pushes Roderigo in a emotional stampede / overwhelming idea. - ,,They met so near with their lips." (239-245) - Lago then speaks alone revealing - jealousy of Orthello having an affair with Emilia (269) - seducing Desdemona (272-278) - Lago will lead Orthello into his pain (jealousy and madness) (289-293) rising action Act 1 exposition climax :'. Act 2 This scene is fairly short, function of this short episode - celebration is a contrast to the tragedy that follows - predicts long horror, everyone is nice - the passage time from das tonight must be made clear. The proclamation prepares for more action of drinking and brawling that ensues. Act 3 Behavior towards women - Cassio is respectful (113) ,,or else i'm a Turk." He praises her, idealized her. - Lago says that they're untrustworthy sexual deviant - lead with lust - beautiful or ugly - sex starved - wild cats in our kitchen - the perfect Woman, with Perfect virtues does not exist (145-155) Act 4 falling action Traditional Tragedy - Introduction (Time, place of action, main character and basic conflict - further conflicts complicate the plot - meet more characters - increase in suspense Act 5 resolution Cassio's character - strict about his duty - Lago convinces him to drink but he doesn't want to, he can't stand up - dorky after he drunk Orthello a Tragedy The short scene 2.0 - It reminds the audience of Orthello's position in Cyprus and shows him as a competent leader who lives up to his job 3 Cassio commanding the night watch during the time of feasting - Orthello and Desdemona retire to bed - Lago then makes remarks to Desdemona to Cassio - Cassio doesn't really care at first - Lago invites him to drink, he declined but Lago urges himmuntil Cassio finally agrees. - Lago spurs Roderigo into a fight with Cassio, others join in and Roderigo sends to ring the alarm bell Orthello comes and wants to know who started the fight, Lago names Cassio. - Orthello relieves Cassio of his post and returns to bed Lago arranges a private meeting between Cassio and Desdemona. Orthello is angry and trusts Lago - Cassio grieves (250-254) - Cassio is overwhelmed with guilt and Lago poisoned words in his ear (332) Act 3, Scene 1 - In effort to win Orthellos good graces, Cassio sends musicians to play music beneath the generals window. - Orthello sends servant, clown to tell them to go away - Cassio asks the clown for Emilia Needs her for access to Desdemona - Desdemona has stood up for Cassio (followed Lagos suggestion and runs right into his trap) - Orthello doesn't care about the music, so the clown dismisses them with,ones (58) - Cassio gives the clown a gold piece and instructs hometown tell Emilia (24-26, 58) - Lago offers to keep the ,,Moor" busy, so that all works and can go freely - Emilia convinces him to let Desdemona speak alone with Cassion The role of the clown - his usual function is to entertain the audience and make it laugh. By this means, tension is reduced (comic relief, comedian) Act 3, Scene 2 Orthello sends a letter to Venice - Cyprus is safe - Cassio is brought to Desdemona meanwhile