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ACT III
Scene II. [Cyprus. Within the Castle.]

Iago. Well, my good lord, I'll do't.
Oth. This fortification, gentlemen, shall we see't?
Gent. We'll wait upon your lordship.
Exeunt.

Scene III. [Cyprus. The garden of the Castle.]

Enter Desdemona, Cassio, and Emilia.

Des. Be thou assured, good Cassio, I will do
All my abilities in thy behalf.
Emil. Good madam, do. I warrant it grieves my husband
5
As if the cause were his.
Des. ®, that's an honest fellow. Do not doubt, Cassio,
But I will have my lord and you again
As friendly as you were.
Cas. Bounteous madam,
10
Whatever shall become of Michael Cassio,
He's never anything but your true servant.
Des. I know't; I thank you. You do love my lord;
You have known him long; and be you well assured
He shall in strangeness stand no farther off
15
Than in a politic distance.
Ay, but, lady,
That policy may either last so long,
Or feed upon such nice and waterish diet,
Or breed itself so out of circumstance,
20
That, I being absent, and my place supplied,
My general will forget my love and service.

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III. iii. Iago's success in arousing Othello's jealousy begins to appear. Othello observes Cassio leaving Desdemona, who immediately begins to urge him to recall Cassio. When Othello has dismissed his wife, Iago insinuates that the meeting is suspicious, that Cassio may not be as honest as he seems, and that he, Iago, knows more than he is telling. He succeeds in making Othello doubtful of his wife's love and loyalty.
Emilia delivers to Iago a handkerchief that Othello has given Desdemona, and Iago drops it where Cassio will find it. Adroitly Iago fills Othello's mind with suspicion of Desdemona until Othello is convinced, but nevertheless demands proof. Iago describes overhearing Cassio mutter in his sleep of Desdemona and their love and asserts that he has seen him wipe his beard with her handkerchief. Othello swears vengeance on both of them, and Iago promises to see that Cassio is killed.


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18. feed upon such nice and waterish diet: be stimulated by such minute and trifling considerations
19. breed itself so out of circumstance: be so perpetuated by new happenings

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