- 1 Why does Iago tell Roderigo to go to Cyprus?
- 2 What does Iago tell Roderigo to do?
- 3 How does Iago convince Roderigo to stay in Cyprus?
- 4 What does Iago tell Montano about Cassio on his first night in Cyprus?
- 5 Why is Roderigo so unhappy about Desdemona’s marriage?
- 6 Why does Roderigo want to leave Cyprus?
- 7 Who did Cassio stab?
- 8 How does Roderigo die in Othello?
- 9 Who does Roderigo kill in Othello?
- 10 Does Iago die in Othello?
- 11 Why does Iago hate the Moor?
- 12 Is Roderigo in love with Desdemona?
- 13 Why does Cassio kiss Emilia?
- 14 Who visits Cyprus first?
- 15 What is Iago’s plan once they get to Cyprus to ruin Othello?
Why does Iago tell Roderigo to go to Cyprus?
So, he tells Roderigo to save up his money (which is what he means when he says ‘put money in thy purse’) and follow the army to Cyprus. He thinks it will be easier to be rid of Othello when they are away from Venice, and he can use Roderigo as a scapegoat.
What does Iago tell Roderigo to do?
Iago convinces Roderigo that Cassio has been promoted to be the new governor of Cyprus, which means that Othello and Desdemona will soon be leaving the island. He tells Roderigo that, if he kills Cassio, Othello and Desdemona will have to stay in Cyprus longer, giving Roderigo time to make his moves on Desdemona.
How does Iago convince Roderigo to stay in Cyprus?
Iago convinces him to stay by saying that he still has a chance to get Desdemona now that Cassio is out of the picture. Roderigo’s presence has given Iago the money he needs and has gotten Cassio out the position he wants.
What does Iago tell Montano about Cassio on his first night in Cyprus?
It is not long before he becomes intoxicated and wanders offstage, assuring his friends that he isn’t drunk. Once Cassio leaves, Iago tells Montano that while Cassio is a wonderful soldier, he fears that Cassio may have too much responsibility for someone with such a serious drinking problem.
Why is Roderigo so unhappy about Desdemona’s marriage?
Why is Roderigo so unhappy about Othello’s marriage? Roderigo is unhappy about the marriage because he is in love with Desdemona. 2. Iago is upset with Othello because Othello promoted Cassio instead of Iago.
Why does Roderigo want to leave Cyprus?
Roderigo wants to go back to Venice and forget his pursuit of Desdemona. Iago says this to make him stay Put money in thy purse. it was her first present from Othello, it has magic in it, and it is an heirloom from Othello’s family.
Who did Cassio stab?
Cassio stabs and wounds Roderigo. Iago darts out in the commotion, stabs Cassio in the leg, and exits.
How does Roderigo die in Othello?
Iago takes the jewelry Roderigo thinks he’s giving to Desdemona and sells it for a profit. All Roderigo does in response is to fall for Iago’s smooth talking again and again. In the end, Roderigo dies— stabbed in the back (appropriately enough) by his wingman Iago.
Who does Roderigo kill in Othello?
5.1 Roderigo tries to kill Cassio and fails, so Iago stabs and kills Roderigo. This way, he won’t be able to betray their scheming.
Does Iago die in Othello?
Emilia realises what has happened and betrays Iago’s plots against Othello. Iago, reacting to his wife’s accusations, stabs and kills her. Iago is arrested and sent to trial after Othello wounds him (he doesn’t even die). Othello, facing the inevitability of his own trial, uses a hidden weapon to commit suicide.
Why does Iago hate the Moor?
Iago gives several reasons for his hatred of Othello. He says that he hates Othello because Othello passed him over for a promotion to lieutenant, choosing Cassio, who he claims is much less qualified, instead of him.
Is Roderigo in love with Desdemona?
He loves Desdemona so much that he says that he cannot live if she is not with him, as explained by his quote, “I will incontinently drown myself.” (I. iii, 302). Roderigo’s love for Desdemona blurs his judgement and he spends almost all of his money in an attempt to win her love in Cyprus. Iago says, “Go to; farewell.
Why does Cassio kiss Emilia?
Cassio welcomes Desdemona and Emilia—flirtatiously kissing Emilia. Iago quips that if Emilia would kiss Cassio’s lips as deftly as she whips him (Iago) with her tongue, Cassio would be over her quickly. As Iago mocks his wife for being a nag, Desdemona tries to defend her. Desdemona then asks Iago his opinion of women.
Who visits Cyprus first?
In Act II Scene i of Othello, the action moves from Venice to Cyprus. During the course of the journey there had been a storm which has separated the Venetian ships and destroyed the Turkish fleet. Cassio’s ship arrives first.
What is Iago’s plan once they get to Cyprus to ruin Othello?
As an old soldier himself, Iago’s relatively lowly position in the military is a source of extreme bitterness and anger. As a result, Iago hatches a dastardly plan to gain revenge. He is going to destroy Othello by convincing him that his wife, Desdemona, is cheating on him with Cassio.