- 1 Why does Othello get sent to Cyprus?
- 2 What does Desdemona want to do when Othello goes to Cyprus?
- 3 Who does Othello allow to bring Desdemona to Cyprus?
- 4 What happens to the threat of a Turkish invasion of Cyprus?
- 5 Is Othello set in Venice or Cyprus?
- 6 Why does Roderigo want to kill himself?
- 7 Why does Othello believe Desdemona’s father won’t be able to punish him for secretly marrying his daughter?
- 8 What does Othello tell Desdemona to do before he kills her?
- 9 Where will Desdemona stay while Othello is away?
- 10 Is Turkish occupation of Cyprus illegal?
- 11 Is Famagusta in the Turkish part of Cyprus?
Why does Othello get sent to Cyprus?
Why does Othello go to Cyprus? Othello goes to Cyprus per orders of the Duke of Venice. The Turks are sailing to attack Cyprus and, as Othello is known to be a superior commander, the Duke sends him to Cyprus to take command of the soldiers there and protect the island.
What does Desdemona want to do when Othello goes to Cyprus?
What does Desdemona want to do for a living arrangement when Othello goes to Cyprus? Desdemona wants to go to Cyprus with him.
Who does Othello allow to bring Desdemona to Cyprus?
Role in Othello Though Emilia is mentioned in 1.3 when Othello asks Iago to allow his wife to accompany Desdemona to Cyprus as her attendant, the character first appears on stage in 2.1 when she disembarks in Cyprus with Iago, Desdemona, and Roderigo.
What happens to the threat of a Turkish invasion of Cyprus?
What happens to the threat of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus? The turks are destroyed by a storm before they could even get to Cyprus. Montano was glad because he believes Othello is worthy & able to govern Cyprus.
Is Othello set in Venice or Cyprus?
Othello is set in Venice, presumably sometime in the latter half of the sixteenth-century. Venice was at war with the Ottoman empire between 1570 and 1573, so the play’s reference to the threat of an attack on Cyprus could reflect a setting sometime during this period.
Why does Roderigo want to kill himself?
He wants to kill himself because the woman he loves has now married another man, and there is no hope for Roderigo, even though Desdemona’s father has opined that he would have preferred Roderigo to have married his daughter after all.
Why does Othello believe Desdemona’s father won’t be able to punish him for secretly marrying his daughter?
Iago acts as if he is on Othello’s side, even though he has expressed he cannot say anything negative about Othello. He also says that he believes that they will not “punish” Othello for marrying Desdemona because Othello is needed in the war against Cyprus. Othello is his stoic self.
What does Othello tell Desdemona to do before he kills her?
Holding a candle, Othello stands over the sleeping Desdemona and prepares to kill her. He bends down to kiss her once before he does the deed, she wakes, and he tells her to prepare to die.
Where will Desdemona stay while Othello is away?
Where will Desdemona live while Othello is away? The Duke says that Desdemona should stay with her father, which is quickly rejected. Desdemona wants to go with Othello, but ends up staying with Iago and Emilia. They will meet Othello in Cyprus.
Is Turkish occupation of Cyprus illegal?
The international community considers the TRNC’s territory as Turkish-occupied territory of the Republic of Cyprus. The occupation is viewed as illegal under international law, amounting to illegal occupation of European Union territory since Cyprus became a member.
Is Famagusta in the Turkish part of Cyprus?
Famagusta, Greek Ammókhostos, Turkish Gazi Mağusa, a major port in the Turkish Cypriot-administered portion of northern Cyprus. It lies on the island’s east coast in a bay between Capes Greco and Eloea and is about 37 miles (55 km) east of Nicosia.