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ACT V
Scene I. [Cyprus. A street.]

Enter Iago and Roderigo.

Iago. Here, stand behind this bulk; straight will he
come.
Wear thy good rapier bare, and put it home.
Quick, quick! Fear nothing; I'll be at thy elbow.
5
It makes us, or it mars us-think on that,
And fix most firm thy resolution.
Rod. Be near at hand. I may miscarry in't.
Iago. Here, at thy hand. Be bold, and take thy stand.
[Stands aside.]
Rod. I have no great devotion to the deed,
10
And yet he hath given me satisfying reasons.
'Tis but a man gone. Forth my swordl He diesl
dago. I have rubbed this young quat almost to the
sense,
And he grows angry. Now whether he kill Cassio,
15
Or Cassio him, or each do kill the other,
Every way makes my gain. Live Roderigo,
He calls me to a restitution large
Of gold and jewels that I bobbed from him
As gifts to Desdemona.

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V. i. Iago, hoping to get rid of both Roderigo and Cassio, has induced Roderigo to attack Cassio from ambush. Cassio, however, wounds Roderigo and is himself unhurt until Iago slips up behind him and stabs him in the leg, fatally, he hopes. Othello enters briefly, observes Cassio wounded, and concludes that Iago has killed him as promised. In the darkened street, Iago manages to stab Roderigo to death. A crowd soon gathers, including Bianca, and Iago hints that she is involved in the plot on Cassio's life. The wounded Cassio is borne off. Realizing that all his plotting is nearing a climax, Iago remarks as the scene ends that "This is the night/ That either makes me or fordoes me quite:"

1. bulk: a projection from a building; e.g., the buttresses of a church; straight: immediately; see I. i. 151.
12. quat: literally, "pimple," a term of contempt
13. sense: quick
18. bobbed: tricked

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