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

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It is not words that shakes me thus.-Pish! Noses,
ears, and lips? Is't possible?Confess?-handkerchief?-
O devill Falls in a trance.
lago. Work on,
My medicine, work! Thus credulous fools are caught,
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And many worthy and chaste dames even thus,
All guiltless, meet reproach.-What, ho! my lord!
My lord, I say! Othello!

Enter Cassio.

How now, Cassio?
Cas. What's the matter?
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lago. My lord is fall'n into an epilepsy.
This is his second fit; he had one yesterday.
Cas. Rub him about the temples.
Iago. No, forbear.
The lethargy must have his quiet course.
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If not, he foams at mouth, and by-and-by
Breaks out to savage madness. Look, he stirs.
Do you withdraw yourself a little while.
He will recover straight. When he is gone,
I would on great occasion speak with you.

[Exit Cassio.]
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How is it, General? Have you not hurt your head?
Oth. Dost thou mock me?
lago. I mock you? No, by heaven.
Would you would bear your fortune like a man!
Oth. A horned man's a monster and a beast.
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Iago. There's many a beast then in a populous city,
And many a civil monster.
Oth. Did he confess it?

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69, on great occasion: about something important
71. Dost thou mock me: the thought of Desdemona's infidelity is so prevalent in Othello's mind that the reference to his head makes him think of a cuckold's horns.
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