- 1 How does Cyprus feel about Othello?
- 2 What ACT is Othello in Cyprus?
- 3 Why does Othello have to go to Cyprus?
- 4 What happens when Othello arrives in Cyprus?
- 5 Why do the Venetians and Ottomans both want Cyprus?
- 6 Did Desdemona go to Cyprus with Othello?
- 7 Who visits Cyprus first?
- 8 Did Othello slept with Emilia?
- 9 What happens to the threat of a Turkish invasion of Cyprus?
- 10 Where will Desdemona stay while Othello is away?
- 11 Is Famagusta in the Turkish part of Cyprus?
- 12 What does Cassio do when Emilia and Desdemona arrive in Cyprus?
- 13 Why does Iago hate the Moor?
- 14 Who does Cassio stab?
How does Cyprus feel about Othello?
1) The Cypriots perceive Othello by means of a “worthy governor” (line 32) and also provide him with great respect. 2) They make him seem like a larger man rather than a smaller one because they constantly boast about him, talking about how wonderful he is.
What ACT is Othello in Cyprus?
Scene i: After crossing the sea, Desdemona, Emelia, Cassio, and Iago arrive at Cyprus. As Cassio shows what a ladies man he is, Iago plots ways to use that against him.
Why does Othello have to go to Cyprus?
Othello goes to Cyprus per orders of the Duke of Venice. The Turks are sailing to attack Cyprus and, as Othello is known to be a superior commander, the Duke sends him to Cyprus to take command of the soldiers there and protect the island.
What happens when Othello arrives in Cyprus?
Othello arrives safely and greets Desdemona, expressing his devotion to her and giving her a kiss. He then thanks the Cypriots for their welcome and hospitality, and orders Iago to unload the ship. All but Roderigo and Iago head to the castle to celebrate the drowning of the Turks.
Why do the Venetians and Ottomans both want Cyprus?
The Venetians profited from the island’s production of exports like sugar, cotton, and wine, and they had a longstanding arrangement with Egyptian rulers who protected Venetian interests on the island from Ottoman invaders. Cyprus therefore became the natural focus for subsequent Ottoman expansion.
Did Desdemona go to Cyprus with Othello?
Desdemona chooses to go with her husband to Cyprus and feels loyalty to him over her father. Iago is using Roderigo to help him in his plans and he has already hatched a plot to make Othello believe Cassio is having an affair with Desdemona – in a double revenge.
Who visits Cyprus first?
In Act II Scene i of Othello, the action moves from Venice to Cyprus. During the course of the journey there had been a storm which has separated the Venetian ships and destroyed the Turkish fleet. Cassio’s ship arrives first.
Did Othello slept with Emilia?
At the start of the play we are given two reasons. One is that Cassio has been picked ahead of him as Lieutenant; the other is that he thinks that Othello slept with Iago’s wife, Emilia. After all, who was chosen to take over from Othello in Cyprus at the end of the play but Cassio himself.
What happens to the threat of a Turkish invasion of Cyprus?
What happens to the threat of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus? The turks are destroyed by a storm before they could even get to Cyprus. Montano was glad because he believes Othello is worthy & able to govern Cyprus.
Where will Desdemona stay while Othello is away?
Where will Desdemona live while Othello is away? The Duke says that Desdemona should stay with her father, which is quickly rejected. Desdemona wants to go with Othello, but ends up staying with Iago and Emilia. They will meet Othello in Cyprus.
Is Famagusta in the Turkish part of Cyprus?
Famagusta, Greek Ammókhostos, Turkish Gazi Mağusa, a major port in the Turkish Cypriot-administered portion of northern Cyprus. It lies on the island’s east coast in a bay between Capes Greco and Eloea and is about 37 miles (55 km) east of Nicosia.
What does Cassio do when Emilia and Desdemona arrive in Cyprus?
How does Cassio greet Emilia and Desdemona, and how do they respond? Cassio greets Emilia and Desdemona with great courtesy and he is very happy that they arrived safely at Cyprus. He especially praises Desdemona and flirtatiously kisses Emilia in front of Iago.
Why does Iago hate the Moor?
Iago gives several reasons for his hatred of Othello. He says that he hates Othello because Othello passed him over for a promotion to lieutenant, choosing Cassio, who he claims is much less qualified, instead of him.
Who does Cassio stab?
Cassio stabs and wounds Roderigo. Iago darts out in the commotion, stabs Cassio in the leg, and exits.