Othello Act 5

Quick, quick, fear nothing I’ll be at thy elbow (5.1)
Be near at hand I may miscarry in’t (5.1)
Here, at thy hand: be bold and take thy stand (5.1)
I have no great devotion to the deed And yet he hath given me satisfying reasons (5.1)
I have rubbed this young quat almost to the sense And he grows angry (5.1)
Every way makes my gain (5.1)
O brave Iago, honest and just, That hast such noble sense of thy friend’s wrong! (5.1)
Minion, your dear lies dead, And your unblest fate goes; strumpet, I come (5.1)
Thy bed, lust-stained, shall with lust’s blood be spotted (5.1)
[Enter Iago, with a light] (5.1)
Iago? O, I am spoiled, undone by villains! Give me some help (5.1)
(Iago:) O ___________ villains! treacherous (5.1)
(Iago:) O murderous slave! O villain! [Stabs Roderigo] (5.1)
O damned Iago! O inhuman dog! (5.1)
Kill men i’th’ dark? Where be these bloody thieves? (5.1)
(Iago:) Are you of good or evil? (5.1)
O my dear Cassio!My sweet Cassio! O Cassio, Casio, Cassio! (5.1)
O notable ________! strumpet (5.1)
I do suspect this trash To be a party in this injury (5.1)
How do you, Cassio? O, a chair, a chair! (5.1)
This is the fruit of whoring (5.1)
(Emília:) O fie upon thee, strumpet! (5.1)
(Bianca:) I am no strumpet But if life as honest as you, that thusAbuse me (5.1)
This is the night That either makes me or fordoes me quite (5.1)
It is the cause, it is the cause, my soul! …you chaste stars, It is the cause (5.2)
that whiter skin of hers than snow And smooth as monumental alabaster (5.2)
Yet she must die else she’ll betray more men (5.2)
Put out the light, and then put out the light (5.2)
when I have plucked the rose,I cannot give it vital growth again It needs must wither (5.2)
O balmy breath, that dost almost persuade Justice to break her sword! (5.2)
Will you come to bed, my lord? (5.2)
Then heaven, Have mercy on me! (5.2)
Why I should fear I know not, Since guiltless I know not. But yet I feel fear (5.2)
Think on thy sins (5.2)
Sweet soul, take heed, Take heed of perjury. Thou art on thy death- bed (5.2)
Thou art to die. (5.2)
O perjured woman, thou dost stone my heart And makes me call what I intend to doA murder (5.2)
Out, strumpet, weep’st thou for him to my face (5.2)
Kill me not … Kill me tomorrow, let me live tonight…But half an hour!…But while I say one prayer! (5.2)
O Lord! Lord! Lord! [He smothers her] (5.2)
My wife, my wife! What wife? I have no wife. (5.2)
Methinks it should be now a huge eclipseOf sun and moon, and th’affrighted globe Should yawn at alteration (5.2)
O falsely, falsely murdered! (5.2)
Out and alas, that was my lady’s voice (5.2)
O lady, speak again, Sweet Desdemona, O sweet mistress, speak! (5.2)
A _________ death I die guiltless (5.2)
Nobody. I myself. Farewell Commend me to my kind lord – O farewell!
She’s like a liar gone to burning hell: ‘Twas I that killed her (5.2)
O, the more angel she, And you the blacker devil! (5.2)
She turned to folly, and she was a ***** (5.2)
Thou art rash as fire to sayThat she was false. O, she was heavenly true! (5.2)
An honest man he is, and hates the slimeThat sticks on filthy deeds (5.2)
O mistress, villainy hath made mocks with love (5.2)
If he say so, may his pernicious soul Rot half a grain a day! (5.2)
This deed of thine is no more worthy heaven Than thou wast worthy her (5.2)
you have done well That men must lay their murders on your neck (5.2)
Disprove this villain, if thou be’st a man (5.2)
You told a lie, an odious, damned lie! Upon my soul, a lie, a wicked lie! (5.2)
Go to, _____ your tongue charm (5.2)
I will not charm my tongue, I am bound to speak (5.2)
I’ll kill myself for grief! O villainy, villainy! (5.2)
What, are you mad? I charge you, get you home (5.2)
‘Tis proper I obey him – but not now. (5.2)
lay thee down and roar For thou hast killed the sweetest innocent (5.2)
Let heaven and men and devils, let them all, All, all cry shame against me, yet I’ll speak (5.2)
O thou ____ Moor dull (5.2)
Villainous *****! (5.2)
what should such a fool Do with so good a wife (5.2)
O lay me by my mistress’ side (5.2)
Moor she was chaste, she loved thee, cruel Moor, So come my soul to bliss as I speak true! (5.2)
I have made my way through more impediments Than twenty times your stop (5.2)
O vain boast, who can control his fate? (5.2)
Here is my journey’s end here is my butt (5.2)
Where should Othello go? Now: how dost thou look now? (5.2)
When we shall meet at comptThis look of thine will hurl my soul from heaven And fiends will snatch at it (5.2)
O cursed, cursed slave! Whip me, ye devils (5.2)
roast me in sulphur, Wash me in steep-down gulfs of liquide fire (5.2)
O Desdemon! dead, Desdemon. Dead! O, O! (5.2)
If thou be’st a devil I cannot kill thee (5.2)
An honourable murderer, if you will For nought I did in hate, but all in honour (5.2)
This wretch hath ____ confessed his villainy part (5.2)
demand that demi -devil Why he hath this ensnared my soul and body (5.2)
Most heathenish and most gross! (5.2)
O fool, fool, fool! (5.2)
When you shall these unlucky deeds relate Speak of me as I am (5.2)
one that loved not wisely, but too well (5.2)
one not easily jealous, but being wrought, Perplexed in the extreme (5.2)
Like the base Indian, threw a pearl away Richer than all his tribe (5.2)
Where a malignant and turbanned Turk Beat a Venetian and traduced the state (5.2)
I took by th’throat the circumcised dog And smote him – thus! [He stabs himself] (5.2)
seize upon the fortunes of the Moor (5.2)
this hellish villain (5.2)