|How would Iago gain from Roderigo’s death? Cassio’s?
||Rodergio’s death would prevent anyone from ever learning of Iago’s lies.
|What happened when Cassio and Roderigo fought?
||Roderigo was wounded by Cassio; Cassio was wounded from behind by Iago.
|What did Iago do after he wounded Cassio?
||He left, but he returned later to “help” Cassio and finish off Roderigo who had been identified as one of the attackers.
|How was Desdemona faithful to Othello until the end?
||He took that fall for Othello, claiming that she killed herself, not Othello.
|What was Emilia’s reaction when Othello told her that Iago had revealed Desdemona’s affair with Cassio to him?
||She was shocked and amazed; she couldn’t believe that her husband was capable of something this evil.
|Who told the truth about Iago?
||Emilia told what she had figured out about the situation on her deathbed; Iago confessed out of self-admiration and guilt; and letters were found in Roderigo’s pockets pertaining to and supporting the accusations against Iago.
|What happed to Othello, Iago, and Cassio?
||Othello stabbed himself, Iago was stabbed and then was put in jail, his fate left to be determined by Cassio; Cassio was appointed “Lord Governor”.