Help with Questions to Othello: As Cassio pleads his case to Desdemona, Othello and Iago approach

  1. As Cassio pleads his case to Desdemona, Othello and Iago approach: Why does Iago comment: “Ha, I like not that”?
  2. What is the principal strategy that Iago uses (over and over in this scene) to convince Othello that his wife has betrayed him with Cassio?
  3. Which of the following is the best example of Iago’s technique? 3.3.35-42; 3.3.95ff; 3.3.160ff; 3.3.170ff; 3.3.205ff; 3.3.232ff;
  4. As suggested in lines 267-270, why was Othello so suspicious of himself and therefore so trusting of Iago?
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