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Honest Iago, for that love you bear me, speak. IAGO I do not know Here all were courteous friends but now, and cheerful too Would I had severed these feet before they brought me here! I cannot speak Now by heaven my blood begins to boil! Anger puts to flight our guardian angel!

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Desdemona enters. Othello quickly goes to her. My gentle Desdemona too has had her dreams disturbed on your account? Cassio, you have lost your captaincy. Cassio lets his sword fall and Iago picks it up.

IAGO handing the sword to one of the soldiers and speaking aside Oh! What a triumph for me! Iago leaves. Someone help Montano. Montano is helped into the castle. Let every one return to his own house. JAGO Non so Qui tutti eran cortesi amici dianzi, e giocondi Parlar non so Entra Desdemona. Otello le accorre. Jago parte. Si soccorra Montano. Al proprio tetto ritorni ognun.

All depart. Othello makes a sign to the torchbearers who accompanied him to return to the castle. He and Desdemona remain alone. Now as the darkness deepens all harsh sounds die away, and now my turbulent heart finds peace in this embrace and calm refreshment. Let cannons roar and all the world collapse if after the immeasurable wrath comes this immeasurable love! What anguish, what deep sighs and high hopes have strewn the path to our glad union! Oh, how sweet to murmur thus together!

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Do you remember? You used to tell me of your life in exile, of violent deeds and suffering long endured, and I would listen, transported by the tales that terrified, but thrilled my heart as well. OTHELLO I would describe the clash of arms, the fight and violent thrust toward the fatal breach, the assault, when hands, like grisly tendrils, clung to bastions amid the hissing darts. OTHELLO Softened was your lovely face by tears, your lips by sighs, when I my story told; upon my darkness shone a radiance, heaven and all the stars in benediction!

Io da qui non mi parto se pria non vedo deserti gli spaldi. La gente parte. Otello fa cenno agli uomini colle fiaccole che lo accompagnavano di rientrare il castello. Restano soli Otello e Desdemona. Te ne rammenti? OTELLO Ingentilia di lagrime la storia il tuo bel viso e il labbro di sospir; scendean sulle mie tenebre la gloria, il paradiso e gli astri a benedir!

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The storm clouds have now completely disappeared. There are stars in the sky and on the rim of the horizon can be seen the azure disc of the rising moon. Such is the rapture of my soul, I fear that never more to me may be vouchsafed to know such bliss in all the hidden future of my fate. Joy floods my breast so piercingly that I must lay me down and pant for breath A kiss Un bacio Venus is radiant!

Venere splende! Glazed arches and a terrace divide the chamber from the gardens beyond. IAGO Listen carefully to me. Do you beseech her that her gentle spirit may intercede for you, and your pardon is assured. IAGO It is her custom in the afternoon to stroll in the shade of those trees with my wife. Wait for her there. The way to your salvation now lies open; go to it!

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Cassio walks away. Iago watches him. Go to it! Your end I see already. You are driven by your daemon and I am that daemon, and I am dragged along by mine, the inexorable God in whom I believe. From the very vileness of a germ or an atom, vile was I born. I am a wretch because I am a man, and I feel within me the primeval slime.

This is my creed! I believe the just man to be a mocking actor in face and heart; that all his being is a lie, tear, kiss, glance, sacrifice and honour. And I believe man the sport of evil fate from the germ of the cradle to the worm of the grave. After all this mockery then comes Death. And then? Desdemona appears, walking in the garden with Emilia. Iago darts to the terrace, on the other side of which Cassio is standing.

Vien dopo tanta irrision la Morte. E poi?


Si vede passare nel giardino Desdemona con Emilia. Rouse yourself Here comes Desdemona. Cassio goes towards Desdemona, bows to her and steps closer. Now let Othello be brought hither! Satan, assist my enterprise!

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Now they speak together Cassio and Desdemona are seen walking up and down in the garden. I need but a single ray of such a smile to drag Othello to his doom. Here he comes He takes up a position by the terrace and stands there motionless, his eyes fixed upon Cassio and Desdemona. Othello enters; Iago pretends not to have seen him and speaks as if to himself. I like not that IAGO Nothing You here?