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does iago deserve punishment
informs brabantio of his daughter, desdemona's relationship with othello
'you'll have you daughter covered with a barbary horse'
'even now now an old black ram is tupping your white ewe'
exaggerates actions of othello and desdemona to earn respect of brabantio
initial intentions was to use roderigo's money to facilitate greater plan and in return iago would help rodergio to make his love known to desdemona
implies that othello took desdemona from her father and 'corrupted' through the use of 'spells' and 'medicines'
knows that in doing this he will create doubt sorrounding othelllo and his authority - ability to make decisions
bitter after cassio got the promotion he believes is rightfully his
lack of sympathy for roderigo
roderigo realises that he does not have a chance with desdemona due to the depth of her love for othello
iago not sympathetic to roderigo's feelings of disappointment and continues to urge roderigo to continue funding his plan
'fill thy purse with money'
'put money in thy purse'
need for money to place plan in motion highlights iago's duplicity
audience perspective of iago - throughout the play there is no regret of remore or kindness towards othello
at the end - he continues to deny his actions and kills emilia
shakespeare choose iago's plan to be meticulous - 'cassio as his opposition' plays on othello's insecurity and society's prejudice
handkerchief - sacred moment
audience is aware of iago's action
lack of truth in what he says
disloyalty to othello, roderigo and cassio