Othello - Iago

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There are several examples in this soliloquy. One example is when he refers to Cassio being a "proper" man. Proper means handsome in this context. Being handsome is positive but Iago will use Cassio's handsomeness to evoke jealousy in Othello. Women are attracted to Cassio...
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Women are attracted to Cassio. Already amazed Desdemona "chose him," a large, black scarred man, not conventionally handsome at all, it will be easy to convince Othello that Desdemona might be attracted to Cassio. Another example is that Iago will use Othello's trustfulness and integrity...
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