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

Enter Desdemona and Emilia.
Des. My lord, what is your will?
Oth. Pray, chuck, come hither.
Des. What is your pleasure?
30
Oth. Let me see your eyes.
Look in my face.
Des. What horrible fancy's this?
Oth. [To Emilia] Some of your function, mistress.
Leave procreants alone and shut the door;
35
Cough or cry hem if anybody come.
Your mystery, your mysteryl Nay, dispatchl
Exit Emilia.
Des. Upon my knees, what doth your speech import?
I understand a fury in your words, But not the words.
40
Qth. Why, what art thou?
Des. Your wife, my lord; your true
And loyal wife.
Oth. Come, swear it, damn thyself;
Lest, being like one of heaven, the devils themselves
45
Should fear to seize thee. Therefore be double-damned-
Swear thou art honest.
Des. Heaven doth truly know it.
Oth. Heaven truly knows that thou art false as hell.
Des. To whom, my lord? With whom? How am I false?
50
Oth. Ah, Desdemonl awayl awayl awayl
Des. Alas the heavy dayl Why do you weep?
Am I the motive of these tears, my lord?
I£ haply you my father do suspect
An instrument o£ this your calling back,

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33-6. Some ... mystery: Othello is pretending that Desdemona is a prostitute and Emilia her bawd. Your mystery, your mystery: that is, perform your office (as a bawd).
52. motive: mover, the one who sets them in motion

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