Act I, Scenes 1-3
1. Explain how Iago uses his power of persuasion with Roderigo, Brabantio, and Othello to create his scheme to undo the Moor.
2. Contrast what Iago says about Othello with what Othello reveals about himself through his own words.
Act II, Scenes 1-3
1. Verbal irony is a dramatic technique by which characters say the opposite of what they mean. Identify examples of verbal irony and explain the difference between what is said and what is meant.
2. In Act II, Iago’s scheme to undo Othello becomes more calculated and involves...
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