Speeches (Lines) for Lodovico
in "Othello"

Total: 33

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

IV,1,2649

Save you, worthy general!

2

IV,1,2651

The duke and senators of Venice greet you.

3

IV,1,2658

I thank you. How does Lieutenant Cassio?

4

IV,1,2665

He did not call; he's busy in the paper.
Is there division 'twixt my lord and Cassio?

5

IV,1,2673

May be the letter moved him;
For, as I think, they do command him home,
Deputing Cassio in his government.

6

IV,1,2683

My lord, this would not be believed in Venice,
Though I should swear I saw't: 'tis very much:
Make her amends; she weeps.

7

IV,1,2692

Truly, an obedient lady:
I do beseech your lordship, call her back.

8

IV,1,2697

Who, I, my lord?

9

IV,1,2712

Is this the noble Moor whom our full senate
Call all in all sufficient? Is this the nature
Whom passion could not shake? whose solid virtue
The shot of accident, nor dart of chance,
Could neither graze nor pierce?

10

IV,1,2718

Are his wits safe? is he not light of brain?

11

IV,1,2722

What, strike his wife!

12

IV,1,2725

Is it his use?
Or did the letters work upon his blood,
And new-create this fault?

13

IV,1,2734

I am sorry that I am deceived in him.

14

IV,3,3019

I do beseech you, sir, trouble yourself no further.

15

IV,3,3021

Madam, good night; I humbly thank your ladyship.

16

V,1,3186

Hark!

17

V,1,3188

Two or three groan: it is a heavy night:
These may be counterfeits: let's think't unsafe
To come in to the cry without more help.

18

V,1,3192

Hark!

19

V,1,3196

We do not know.

20

V,1,3201

The same indeed; a very valiant fellow.

21

V,1,3219

As you shall prove us, praise us.

22

V,1,3221

He, sir.

23

V,2,3642

Where is this rash and most unfortunate man?

24

V,2,3644

Where is that viper? bring the villain forth.

25

V,2,3648

Wrench his sword from him.

26

V,2,3652

O thou Othello, thou wert once so good,
Fall'n in the practise of a damned slave,
What shall be said to thee?

27

V,2,3658

This wretch hath part confess'd his villany:
Did you and he consent in Cassio's death?

28

V,2,3667

What, not to pray?

29

V,2,3670

Sir, you shall understand what hath befall'n,
Which, as I think, you know not. Here is a letter
Found in the pocket of the slain Roderigo;
And here another: the one of them imports
The death of Cassio to be undertook
By Roderigo.

30

V,2,3678

Now here's another discontented paper,
Found in his pocket too; and this, it seems,
Roderigo meant to have sent this damned villain;
But that belike Iago in the interim
Came in and satisfied him.

31

V,2,3697

You must forsake this room, and go with us:
Your power and your command is taken off,
And Cassio rules in Cyprus. For this slave,
If there be any cunning cruelty
That can torment him much and hold him long,
It shall be his. You shall close prisoner rest,
Till that the nature of your fault be known
To the Venetian state. Come, bring him away.

32

V,2,3725

O bloody period!

33

V,2,3732

[To IAGO] O Spartan dog,
More fell than anguish, hunger, or the sea!
Look on the tragic loading of this bed;
This is thy work: the object poisons sight;
Let it be hid. Gratiano, keep the house,
And seize upon the fortunes of the Moor,
For they succeed on you. To you, lord governor,
Remains the censure of this hellish villain;
The time, the place, the torture: O, enforce it!
Myself will straight aboard: and to the state
This heavy act with heavy heart relate.

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