|[ACT 3, SCENE 3] Othello: I’ll tear her all to pieces
||Othello quickly becomes animalistic and violent, contrasting his earlier character
|[ACT 3, SCENE 3] Othello: Farewell the tranquil mind
||Othello appears to acknowledge his loss of rational thinking and descent into jealous madness
|[ACT 1, SCENE 3] Iago: The Moor is of a free and open nature that thinks men honest that but seem to be so and will as tenderly be led by the nose as asses are
||Iago realises that Othello’s virtues are also his greatest flaws, that he can exploit
|[ACT 4, SCENE 1] Othello: Ay, let her rot, and perish and be damned tonight, for she shall not live.
||Here Othello is violent and uncaring about his wife
|[ACT 4, SCENE 1] Othello: Lie with her! Lie on her! – We say lie on her when they belie her. – Lie with her! Thats fulsome. -Handkerchief- Confessions, – Handkerchief- O devil! (falls into trace)
||Here Othello has truly lost his mind, he is rambling and falls into a trance. Iago’s manipulation has broken him
|[ACT 4, SCENE 1] Othello: O devil, devil! If that the earth could teem with women’s tears. Each drop she falls would prove a crocodile. Out of my sight!
||Before this Othello slaps Desdemona, he is insanely screaming nonsense that Desdemona is the devil and fake cries