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<Tab/>"O I see that nose of yours, but not that dog I shall throw it to" (Act 4, Scene 2), is the line Othello mutters under his breath after hearing a conversation between Cassio and Iago. But why would Othello say such a horrible remark about one Michael Cassio? Is it because it's the truth or is because we have a man named Iago, who in fact, is plotting the downfall of the great Moor of Venice. This are the questions I will attempt to give qualified solutions for and try to answer greatest question of all, "what is Othello'…
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