Othello act 5

He will always outshine Iago in Othello’s eyes.He may say something to Othello that would reveal Iago’s evil plotting. What are the two reasons that Iago wants Cassio dead?
If Roderigo dies, Iago won’t have to worry about returning the jewels he’s stolen from Roderigo.Dead men don’t talk! Iago believes it would benefit him if Cassio manages to kill Roderigo. Why would that benefit him?
Cassio stabs Roderigo, and Iago cuts Cassio in the leg. Afterwards, Iago delivers another stab to Roderigo. Who winds up killed or injured in the attack on Cassio?
Because of her very low social status, people are likely to believe bad things about her. Why does Iago use Bianca as an easy target to make it seem as if she tried to kill Cassio?
How white she is.Why he is justified in killing her.How he doesn’t want her to suffer.How once he acts, he cannot undo that action.How full of sorrow he is, but how he must be cold in his action. What are some things Othello considers in his soliloquy before he kills Desdemona?
He hopes for her to repent her sin (the alleged affair with Cassio).He hopes if she does this, her soul can go to heaven instead of hell. “I will not kill thy unprepared spirit.” What does Othello hope for Desdemona to do just before he kills her?
To the very end she is the “perfect” wife, completely obedient and loyal to her husband, so she chooses not to betray him. Before Desdemona dies, she tells Emilia she killed herself. Why?
He didn’t count on his wife, Emilia, to betray him in the end. He counted on her to live up to her marriage vow of “obedience.”He was too confident in believing in his ability to fool every one and control the situation. What ultimately causes Iago’s evil plotting to unravel?
When asked, what ultimate reason does Othello give for killing Desdemona? When asked, what ultimate reason does Othello give for killing Desdemona?
He acted out or honor, not out of hate. “An honorable murder.” When asked, what ultimate reason does Othello give for killing Desdemona?
When they report the events back to Venice, that they treat him fairly in their reports.They should remember the good things he did for Venice, and that in the end he was tricked by a hellish villain into destroying a perfect and pure person. What are Othello’s final requests?
Cassio Who rules Cyprus at the end of the play?
Answers vary. Why is the Othello we see at the end of the play a pitiful figure compared to the Othello that greets us in act 1?