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ACT II
Scene II. [Cyprus. Before Othello's Castle.]

Oth. Why, how now, ho? From whence ariseth this?
Are we turned Turks, and to ourselves do that
Which heaven hath forbid the Ottomites?
For Christian shame put by this barbarous brawl!
175
gIe that stirs next to carve for his own rage
Holds his soul light; he dies upon his motion.
Silence that dreadful belll It frights the isle
From her propriety. What's the matter, masters?
Honest Iago, that looks dead with grieving,
180
Speak. Who began this? ®n thy love, I charge thee.
lago. I do not know. Friends all but now, even now,
In quarter, and in terms like bride and groom
Devesting them for bed; and then, but now
(As if some planet had unwitted men)
185
Swords out, and tilting one at other's breast
In opposition bloody. I cannot speak
Any beginning to this peevish odds,
And would in action glorious I had lost
Those legs that brought me to a part of itl
190
Oth. How comes it, Michael, you are thus forgot?
Cas. I pray you pardon me; I cannot speak.
Oth. Worthy Montano, you were wont be civil;
The gravity and stillness of your youth
The world hath noted, and your name is great
195
In mouths of wisest censure. What's the matter
That you unlace your reputation thus
And spend your rich opinion for the name of a night-brawler?
Give me answer to't.
Mon. Worthy Othello, I am hurt to danger.
200
Your officer, Iago, can inform you,
While I spare speech, which something now offends me,
Of all that I do know; nor know I aught

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173. heaven hath forbid the ®ttomites: heaven prevented the Turks' attack by destroying their fleet.
175. to carve for his own rage: to carve for oneself meant to indulge one's own fancy.
181-83. but now ... Ient now: one minute ... the next minute
182. In quarter: behaving properly
184. some planet had unwitted men: the influence
of a planet had unsettled men's wits.
187. peevish odds: silly quarrel
190. are thus forgot: have thus forgotten yourself
192. were wont be: are accustomed to be 193. stillness: synonymous with "gravity"
195. censure: judgment, without the modern connotation of adverse opinion
196. unlace: disorder, expose to shame
197. spend your rich opinion: squander the value of your good repute
201. something now offends me: is somewhat painful to me

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