Asked by: Veselka Straatmansasked in category: General Last Updated: 29th June, 2020
Why does Iago say he hates Othello so much and what does he mean when he says?
Furthermore, why does Iago say he hates Othello?
The main reason Iago gives for plotting to destroy Othello is a suspicion that Othello may have had an affair with Emilia.
One may also ask, what does Othello mean when he says my parts? What does Othello mean when he says: "My parts, my title and my perfect soul/Shall manifest me rightly"? He means that his reputation will pull him through the accusations against him. What is the point of Iago's "Virtue, a fig" speech and what is the "new" elizabethan philosophy behind it?
In this regard, what does Iago's last speech in the scene reveal about his attitude toward Othello?
Iago's last speech reveals that he thinks Othello is a noble man, but he is a fool for not seeing he is being deceived.
What does Othello mean when he says my parts my title and my perfect soul Shall manifest me rightly?
He says, "I must be found: / My parts, my title and my perfect soul / Shall manifest me rightly" (1.2. His "parts" are his merits, his worth; his "title" is his position as general of the Venetian army; his "perfect soul" is his clear conscience in his marriage to Desdemona.