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ACT III
Scene I. [Cyprus. Before the Castle.]

Enter Emilia.

Emil. Good morrow, good Lieutenant. I am sorry
45
For your displeasure; but all will sure be well.
The General and his wife are talking of it,
And she speaks for you stoutly. The Moor replies
That he you hurt is of great fame in Cyprus
And great affinity, and that in wholesome wisdom
50
He might not but refuse you. But he protests he loves you,
And needs no other suitor but his likings
To take the safest occasion by the front
To bring you in again.
Cas. Yet I beseech you,
If you think fit, or that it may be done,
Give me advantage of some brief discourse
With Desdemon alone.
Emil. Pray you come in.
I will bestow you where you shall have time
To speak your bosom freely. so
Cas. I am much bound to you.
Exeunt.

Scene II. [Cyprus. Within the Castle.]

Enter Othello, Ingo, and Gentlemen.

Oth. These letters give, Iago, to the pilot
And by him do my duties to the senate.
That done, I will be walking on the works.
Repair there to me.

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45, your displeasure: your loss of favor
48-9., of ... great affinity: strong in family alliancas; in wholesome wisdom: for discretion's sake
50. ' might: could
52. front: forelock. A proverb from classical literacure cautioned that opportunity should be seized by the forelock because it was bald behind. Time and Fortune were both pictured accordingly.
53. bring you in: reinstate you
57. Desdemon: this variant form of Desdemona is used several times in the Folio where the final vowei would sound awkward. !
59, bestow: accommodate !

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