Does Don John make it clear that he will use his "discontent" completely?

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Does he make it clear? Absolutely? He pretty much swears that he'll use nothing else late in Act I.Does he do so? No. He manufactures a few obstacles and spreads a few lies, but really, as villains go, he doesn't do much. He needs to take a few lessons from Iago.

 

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