Othello help me with homework: As he enters Desdemona’s bedchamber in order to kill her
- As he enters Desdemona’s bedchamber in order to kill her, Othello mutters: “It is the cause, it is the cause, my soul.” What is he talking about? In what way might he be rationalizing Desdemona’s murder?
- Often at the end of a play, Shakespeare’s tragic heroes have a moment of insight: According to what he says in lines 340ff, what is Othello’s insight into himself?
Asked on 13.06.2017 in English Literature.