Jealousy/Envy – Othello quotes

(1:1) Iago describes Cassio as: “a Florentine,/ That never set a squadron in the field”
(1:3) Iago says: “I hate the Moor.”
(1:3) Iago suspects that Othello “‘twixt my sheets/ Has done my office”
(3:3) Iago warns Othello: “O, beware, my lord, of jealousy!/ It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock/The meat it feeds on”
(3:3) Iago claims that: “Trifles light as air/ Are to the jealous confirmations strong/As proofs of holy writ.”
(3:4) Emilia describes jealousy as: “a monster/ Begot upon itself, born on itself.”
(5:2) Othello describes himself as: “one that loved not wisely, but too well”