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

Enter Othello and Emilua.
Oth. You have seen nothing then?
Emil. Nor ever heard, nor ever did suspect.
Oth. Yes, you have seen Cassio and she together.
Emil. But then I saw no harm, and then I heard
5
Each syllable that breath made up between them.
Oth. What, did they never whisper?
Emil. Never, my lord.
Oth. Nor send you out o' the way?
Emil. Never.
10
Oth. To fetch her fan, her gloves, her mask, nor nothing?
Emil. Never, my lord.
Oth. That's strange.
Emil. I durst, my lord, to wager she is honest,
15
Lay down my soul at stake. If you think other,
Remove your thought; it doth abuse your bosom.
If any wretch have put this in your head,
Let heaven requite it with the serpent's curse!
For if she be not honest, chaste, and true,
20
There's no man happy; the purest of their wives
Is foul as slander.
Oth. Bid her come hither. Go.
Exit Emilin.
She says enough; yet she's a simple bawd
That cannot say as much. This is a subtle whore,
25
A closet lock and key of villainous secrets;
And yet she'll kneel and pray; I have seen her dot.

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IV. ii. Othello questions Emilia, who stoutly affirm, Desdemona's innocence, but Othello refuses to believe her and reviles Desdemona to her face as a corn_ mon whore. Desdemona, bewildered and crushed, appeals to Iago for an explanation and Emilia suggests that some "busy and insinuating rogue" has devised the slander.
Roderigo comes to complain to Iago that he has had no notice from Desdemona, despite his many gifts supposedly delivered by Iago. Iago soothes him and tells him that the only way to prevent Othello's departure with Desdemona is to kill Cassio that night.

10. mask: when they went out in public, fashionable Eli'abethan ladies sometimes wore masks covering the eyes.
18. the serpent's curse: the curse laid on the snake who beguiled Eve
20. happy: fortunate
23-4. she's e simple bawd/ That cannot say as much: any bawd would have as much skill in dissimulation. Othella considers that Emilia must have been a go-between to assist Desdemona in her infidelity.
25. closet: private chamber

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