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No Fear Act 4 Scene 1
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 What trumpet is that same?
What’s that trumpet for?

IAGO

I warrant something from Venice. 'Tis Lodovico, this, comes from the duke. See, your wife’s with him.

IAGO

I think someone’s coming from Venice. It’s Lodovico. He must be coming from the duke. Look, your wife is with him.
Enter LODOVICO, DESDEMONA, and attendants
LODOVICO, DESDEMONA and attendants enter.

LODOVICO

Save you, worthy general!

LODOVICO

Greetings, good general!

OTHELLO

With all my heart, sir.

OTHELLO

Greetings, sir.

LODOVICO

The duke and senators of Venice greet you.

LODOVICO

The duke and senators of Venice greet you.
(gives him a letter)
(he hands OTHELLO a piece of paper)

OTHELLO

165I kiss the instrument of their pleasures.

OTHELLO

I’ll do whatever they order me to do in this letter.

DESDEMONA

And what’s the news, good cousin Lodovico?

DESDEMONA

What’s new, cousin Lodovico?

IAGO

I am very glad to see you, signior. Welcome to Cyprus.

IAGO

Very nice to see you, sir. Welcome to Cyprus.

LODOVICO

I thank you. How does lieutenant Cassio?

LODOVICO

Thank you. How is lieutenant Cassio?

IAGO

Lives, sir.

IAGO

Well, he’s alive.

DESDEMONA

170Cousin, there’s fall'n between him and my lord
An unkind breach, but you shall make all well.

DESDEMONA

Cousin, there’s been a falling out between him and Othello. An unfortunate rift, but you can fix it.

OTHELLO

Are you sure of that?

OTHELLO

Are you sure of that?

DESDEMONA

My lord?

DESDEMONA

Excuse me?

OTHELLO

(reads) “This fail you not to do, as you will—”

OTHELLO

(reading) “Don’t fail to do this, since you’ll—”