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He will persuade Othello that his wife is unfaithful, thus wrecking their happy marriage, making Othello miserable, and inducing him to become a murderer.

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Q: How does iago plan to exact revenge on Othello?
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Why did iago kill his wife?

because his wife told othello the truth that it was iago's plan to seperate desdemona and othello


What is Iago's scheme for revenge?

Iago is extremely jealous of both Cassio and Othello. His plan is to make Othello believe that Desdimonia has committed adultery with Cassio. That way, Cassio will be fired from his high military status and Othello will loose the love of his life (Desdimonia, his wife.)


Why did Iago betray Othello?

It was always Iago's plan to destroy Othello. He gained Othello's trust with the specific intent to betray him later. Why Iago hated Othello so much is unclear. He offers a number of reasons, none of them particularly persuasive.


What was the purpose of iago's plan in Othello?

Iago has multiple plans: a plan to cozen Roderigo out of his money in order to make Iago rich, a plan to discredit Cassio so that Iago can get a promotion, a plan to have Cassio and Roderigo kill each other so that there will be nobody to implicate Iago and a plan to get Othello to discredit himself and kill Desdemona because Iago hates them, possibly because they love each other and he has never loved anyone.


What was the purpose of Iago's plan in act two?

To take away Desdemona from Othello


What is Iago's plan for Cassio?

Iago's plan for Cassio is to make as if Cassio is having an affair with Desdemona, Othello's wife. He plans on Roderigo killing Cassio, or Cassio killing Roderigo, or both killing each other so Iago's planning will not get back to Emilia or Othello.


How would iago gain from cassio's death?

It would make it seem that Iago did his part in the plan, where Iago kills Cassio and Othello kills Desdemona. Even though Iago got Roderigo to do it for him.


Jealousy in Othello by Shakespeare?

In the play Othello, many of the characters fall victim to jealousy, causing them to do things they wouldn't normally do. Iago, Emilia, Bianca, Roderigo and Othello all display jealousy throughout the play, though each finds resolution in a different way. Iago displays jealousy from the very beginning of the play. His jealousy quickly spawns thoughts of revenge, and he soon develops a plan to achieve revenge on those he feels have wronged him. From the start of the play, Iago expresses his jealousy of both Cassio and Othello. He is jealous of Cassio for securing the job of lieutenant Iago feels he deserved, and jealous of Othello not only from the promotion of Cassio, but also from his belief that Othello has slept with Emilia. Iago expresses "It is thought abroad that 'twixt my sheets / He has done my office" This insecurity and jealousy he feels leads him to commit acts of revenge. As he becomes fixed on the idea of revenge, Iago speaks in a soliloquy he will not be satisfied "Till I am evend with him, wife for wife, /Or failing so, yet that I put the Moor / At least into a jealousy so strong / That judgment cannot cure"


What plan does Iago propose to Rodrigo in act 1 of Othello?

He proposes that they should wake Brabantio and set him against Othello for secretly marrying Desdemona.


What does iago suggest to cassio in order to win the favor of Othello again?

Iago suggests that Cassio should get Desdemona to plead for him. This will help Iago's plan to suggest that Desdemona is having an affair with Cassio


What was Iago's plan?

To discredit Othello by getting him to kill Desdemona, and in the process to get Cassio killed. It almost worked out for him too.


Why did Iago want Roderigo to anger Cassio?

Iago's plan is to make Cassio drunk and get him into a brawl that will ruin Cassio's reputation and cause him to lose his position. He urges Roderigo to provoke Cassio "to put our Cassio in some action/ that may offend the isle." As usual,Roderigo is duped by Iago's manipulative words and agrees to do this, even though all he ends up with is a sound beating from Cassio. Iago, however, succeeds in getting Cassio dismissed from his lieutenancy to Othello, which plays in toIago's master plan to ruin Othello.

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