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Lecture 6

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English
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ENGB33
Professor
Majorie Rubright

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Lecture 6:
Iago’s tactics of initial persuasion:
o Repetition “honest”
o Delay tactics in avoiding answering the questions
o Mumbling to spark interest
o Echo’s Othello
o Makes insinuations an let it hand let’s othello’s imagination do the rest
o Solidifies othello’s love for iago first before saying anything
o Estranges Othello, casts him as an outsider who needs advice on the women of
venice
o Iago repeats the words Othello says after Othello has given him the recipie he
needs to suspect
Ex: Ocular proof ie handkerchief
“LOOK” to Desdemona
What are iago’s motivations?
o Power hunger
o Jealousy transference of this emotion to Othello. Iago is jealous of Othello
makes Othello jealous of Desdemona
o Racism outsider’s shouldn’t hold positions of higher ranks than insiders
Handkerchief comes to rep honour cassio has handkerchief means he has desd’s
honour
Antony and Cleopatra key terms:
1606-07
How does sexual passion express and sabotage imperial ambition?
Ptolemiac- Ptolemaic dynasty 305 BC-30-BC (ethnic Greece)
Source text: Plutarch, lives of the noble Grecians and romans
Leo africanus history and descp of Africa
o Transl, English by john pory 1600
“Egyptian”- category confusion
How does this play create a dichotomy b/w tome and Egypt (west & east)
Tragic Hero: psychomachia
Lecture begins:
- Written few yrs after Othello, A & C explore radical differences/ colonial expansion in a
very diff way from Othello
- 1st BC context of play

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Lecture 6:  Iago’s tactics of initial persuasion: o Repetition “honest” o Delay tactics in avoiding answering the questions o Mumbling to spark interest o Echo’s Othello o Makes insinuations an let it hand  let’s othello’s imagination do the rest o Solidifies othello’s love for iago first before saying anything o Estranges Othello, casts him as an outsider who needs advice on the women of venice o Iago repeats the words Othello says after Othello has given him the recipie he needs to suspect  Ex: Ocular proof  ie handkerchief  “LOOK” to Desdemona  What are iago’s motivations? o Power hunger o Jealousy  transference of this emotion to Othello. Iago is jealous of Othello  makes Othello jealous of Desdemona o Racism  outsider’s shouldn’t hold positions of higher ranks than insiders  Handkerchief comes to rep honour  cassio has handkerchief means he has desd’s honour Antony and Cleopatra key terms:  1606-07  How does sexual passion express and sabotage imperial ambition?  Ptolemiac- Ptolemaic dynasty 305 BC-30-BC (ethnic Greece)  Source text: Plutarch, lives of the noble Grecians and romans  Leo africanus history and descp of Africa o Transl, English by john pory 1600  “Egyptian”- category confusion  How does this play create a dichotomy b/w tome and Egypt (west & east)  Tragic Hero: psychomachia Lecture begins:
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