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|But why should honour outlive honesty ? 244 Let it go all. Emil. What did thy song |
bode, lady ? Hark, canst thou hear me ? I will play the swan, And die in music.
Willow, willow, willow. — 247 Moor, she was chaste ; she loved thee, cruel Moor;
|Shakespeare's tragic figures all ask the question, “Why should honor outlive |
honesty?” In Othello, “honest” Iago manufactures the illusion of a female traitor
who moves the protagonist to dishonor. “Perplexed in the extreme,” Othello
|Outlive Desdemona's chastity,which he now admits,outlive Desdemona herself, |
the personification of chastity ... Iago has been the personification of honesty, not
merely to Othello but to his world; why should honour, the father of the word, live
|Despite suspicions, no one sees through “honest” Iago until too late, and |
appropriately it is Iago's first victim, Roderigo, who ... Bemoaning “why should
honour outlive honesty” (5.2.243), Othello decides to “let it go all” (5.2.244), but
he ends up ...
|'Why should Honor out-live Honesty?', he asked. 'Let it go all.' Honesty has been |
hi-jacked by the discredited Iago whom Othello had thought the most honest of
people. It Othello believes that his conception of honesty was all wrong, and that
|OTHELLO I am not valiant neither; But every puny whipster gets my sword. But |
why should honor outlive honesty? Let it go all. EMILIA What did thy song bode,
lady? 234coxcomb jester, fool (i.e., Othello) 235-36Are there . . . the thunder i.e., ...
|Exit [with all but Othello and Emilia, who has been laid by Desdemona's side]. |
OTHELLO I am not valiant neither, But every puny whipster gets my sword. 253
But why should honor outlive honesty? 254 Let it go all. EMILIA What did thy
|'With Othello and Desdemona,' he says, 'the interaction, it was a beautiful picture,|
just to seehow he'sreally passionate and tender with her.Thiswas ... 'I heard
Othello sayat thevery end:“But why should honor outlive honesty? Let it go.
|otheLLo: I am not valiant neither, But every puny whipster26 gets my sword. 285 |
But why should honor outlive honesty? Let it go all. emiLia: What did thy song
bode, lady? Hark, canst thou hear me? I will play the swan, And die in music.
|IAGO EMILIA GRATIANO EMILIA IAGO EMILIA IAGO EMILIA OTHELLO |
GRATIANO EMILIA GRATIANO MONTANO OTHELLO ... O murd'rous coxcomb!
what should such a fool Do with so good a wife? ... But why should honor outlive