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

Enter lago and Cassio.
120
Look you-Cassio and my husband!
lago. There is no other way; 'tis she must dot.
And lo the happinessl Go and importune her.
Des. How now, good Cassio? What's the news with you?
125
Cas. Madam, my former suit. I do beseech you
That by your virtuous means I may again
Exist, and be a member of his love
Whom I with all the office of my heart
Entirely honor. I would not be delayed.
130
If my offense be of such mortal kind
That neither service past, nor present sorrows,
Nor purposed merit in futurity,
Can ransom me into his love again,
But to know so must be my benefit.
135
So shall I clothe me in a forced content,
And shut myself up in some other course,
To fortune's alms.
Des. Alas, thrice-gentle Cassio!
My advocation is not now in tune.
140
My lord is not my lord; nor should I know him,
Were he in favor as in humor altered.
So help me every spirit sanctified
As I have spoken for you all my best
And stood within the blank of his displeasure
145
For my free speechl You must awhile be patient.
What I can do I will; and more I will
Than for myself I dare. Let that suffice you.
lago. Is my lord angry?

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136-37. shut myself up in some other course,/ To ' fortune's alms: be resigned to another way of life dependent on such slight means as Fortune may dole out
138. thrice-gentle: made gentle by the conditions of his nature, birth, and breeding; see thrice-driven, I. iii. 250.
139. My advocation is not now in tune: my plead
ing is not oppiirtune at the moment.
141. favor: face; see II. i. 261.
144. blank: the white center of a target

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