AP Lit: Othello Test

Iago’s wife Emilia
Eager to court Desdemona Roderigo
Plots against Othello Iago
The loyal lieutenant framed as a lover Cassio
The tragic figure of the play Othello
City where the play begins Venice
A wife believed to be unfaithful Desdemona
Desdemona’s father Brabantio
The second setting of the play Cyprus
Where the play was written England
Country that Shakespeare frequently sets his plays Italy
The author Shakespeare
T or F? Iago is deeply in love with Desdemona False
T or F? Othello is so jealous that he questions his wife’s fidelity. True
T or F? Desdemona gives her handkerchief to Cassio as a symbol of her devotion to him. False
T or F? Cassio and Othello duel over the honor of Desdemona. False
T or F? Without realizing it, Emilia aids in planting evidence against Desdemona. True
T or F? Cassio becomes the loss of his reputation after his drunkenness. True
T or F? Desdemona’s father is delighted by her marriage. False
T or F? Othello has secretly wed Desdemona. True
T or F? Cassio wounds Montano in a fight which leads to his demotion. True
T or F? Othello stabs his wife. False
T or F? Desdemona stands by her husband against her father’s wishes. True
T or F? Othello is a harsh judge of the behavior of others. True
“Mere prattle without practicee is all his soldiership” Iago
“I am not what I am” Iago
“an old black ram is tupping your white ewe Iago
“I have charged thee not to haunt about my doors” brabantio
Let him do his spite; My service which………his complaints” Othello
“father hence,……… you see them act” brabantio
“for if such actions be passage free……statsmen be” brabantio
“and little of this great world can i speak” othello
“to vouch this is no proof, without more wider……. against him” Duke
“my noble father, I do perceive here a divided duty” desdemonda
“I do here give thee that with all my heart…. I would keep from thee” Brabantio
“she is abused, stolen from me and corrupted.. mountbanks” brabantio
“the robb’d that smiled steal something from the thief… bootless grief” duke
“heavens defend you good souls that you think I…. she is with me” othello
“your son-in-law is far more fair than black” Duke
“let us be conjunctive in our revenge against him” Iago
“Therefore put money in thy purse…” Iago
“throw your vile guesses in the devil’s teeth from……..some remembrance” Cassio
“i do not think but Desdemona’s honest” OTHELLO
“for if he be not one that truly loves you, that errs in ignorance…honest face” Desdemona
“oh, beware, my lord of jealousy!…..the meat is feeds on” IAgo
“what, keep a week away? Seven days and nights?….eight score times!” Bionca
“she did deceive her father, marrying you, and when… she loved them most” IAgo
“…ha! I like not that” Iago
“I am glad I have found hsi napkins, this was her… from the moor” Emilia
“they are all but stomachs, and we all but food…. they belch us.” Emilia
“Marry sir, by many a wind instrument that i know.,,,,,. to make no more noise with it” Clown
“ill see before I doubt, when I doubt, prove, and on the…..Love or Jealousy!” Othello