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

Now will I question Cassio of Bianca,
110
A huswife that by selling her desires
Buys herself bread and clothes. It is a creature
That dotes on Cassio, as 'tis the strumpet's plague
To beguile many and be beguiled by one.
He, when he hears of her, cannot refrain
115
From the excess of laughter. Here he comes,

Enter Casslo.

As he shall smile, Othello shall go mad;
And his unbookish jealousy must conster
Poor Cassio's smiles, gestures, and light behavior
Quite in the wrong. How do you now, Lieutenant?
120
Cas. The worser that you give me the addition
Whose want even kills me.
Iago. Ply Desdemona well, and you are sure on't.
Now, if this suit lay in Bianca's power,
How quickly should you speed!
125
Cas. Alas, poor caitiff !
Oth. Look how he laughs already!
Iago. I never knew woman love man so.
Cas. Alas, poor roguel I think, i' faith, she loves me.
Oth. Now he denies it faintly, and laughs it out.
130
lago. Do you hear, Cassio?
Oth. Now he importunes him
To tell it o'er. Go tol Well said, well said!
Iago. She gives it out that you shall marry her.
Do you intend it?
135
Cas. Ha, ha, ha!
Oth. Do you triumph, Roman? Do you triumph?
Cas. I marry her? What, a customer? Frithee bear some

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110. huswife: hussy
117. unbookish: unlearned, ignorant of the truth; conster: construe, interpret
120. addition: title
125. caitiff: "wretch," used in pity rather than contempt
136. Roman: "proud conqueror," probably used because of the familiarity of the conception of a Roman triumph
137-38. customer: prostitute; bear some charity to my wit: allow me some credit for wisdom.

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