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Othello Double Meaning of Words Lesson Act III Scene iii Lines 98-112

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This lesson focuses on Othello's possible perception/perspective of what he believes Desdemona is saying to him because he has been going mad based on Iago's lies, and in comparison to what Desdemona is actually saying and how she perceives her thoughts and what they mean to her.
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Othello Double Meaning of Words Lesson Act III Scene iii L