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奥瑟罗-9(1)

2006-07-28 21:18

  Scene Three

  [The garden of the castle.Enter DESDEMONA, CASSIO,and EMILIA]

  DESDEMONA

  Be thou assured,good Cassio,I will do all my abilites in thy behalf.

  EMILIA

  Good madam,do:I warrant it grieves my husband,As if the case were his.

  DESDEMONA

  O,that's an honest fellow.Do not doubt,Cassio,But I will have my lord and you again as friendly as you were.

  CASSIO

  Bounteous madam,Whatever shall become of Michael Cassio,he's never any thing but your true servant

  DESDEMONA

  I know't; I thank you.You do love my lord:You have known him long;and be you well assured He shall in strangeness stand no further off Than in a polite distance.

  CASSIO

  Ay,but,lady,That policy may either last so long,Or feed upon such nice and waterish diet,Or breed itself so out of circumstance,That,I being absent and my place supplied,My general will forget my love and service

  DESDEMONA

  Do not doubt that;before Emilia here I give thee warrant of thy place:assure thee,If I do vow a friendship, I'll perform it To the last article: my lord shall never rest;I'll watch him tame and talk him out of patience;His bed shall seem a school,his board a shrift;I'll intermingle every thing he does With Cassio's suit:therefore be merry,Cassio;For thy solicitor shall rather die Than give thy cause away.

  EMILIA Madam,here comes my lord.

  CASSIO Madam,I'll take my leave.

  DESDEMONA Why,stay,and hear me speak.

  CASSIO

  Madam,not now:I am very ill at ease,Unfit for mine own purposes.

  DESDEMONA Well,do your discretion

  [ Exit CASSIO Enter OTHELLO and IAGO ]

  IAGO Ha!I like not that.

  OTHELLO What dost thou say?

  IAGO Nothing, my lord:or if——I know not what.

  OTHELLO Was not that Cassio parted from my wife?

  IAGO

  Cassio,my lord! No,sure,I cannot think it,That he would steal away so guilty-like,Seeing you coming.

  OTHELLO I do believe 'twas he.

  DESDEMONA

  How now,my lord!I have been talking with a suitor here,a man that languishes in your displeasure.

  OTHELLO Who is't you mean?

  DESDEMONA

  Why, your lieutenant, Cassio.Good my lord,If I have any grace or power to move you,His present reconciliation take;For if he be not one that truly loves you,That errs in ignorance and not in cunning,I have no judgment in an honest face:I prithee,call him back.

  OTHELLO Went he hence now?

  DESDEMONA

  Ay,sooth;so humbled That he hath left part of his grief with me,To suffer with him.Good love,call him back.

  OTHELLO

  Not now,sweet Desdemona;some other time.

  DESDEMONA But shall't be shortly?

  OTHELLO The sooner,sweet,for you

  DESDEMONA Shall't be to-night at supper?

  OTHELLO No,not to-night.

  DESDEMONA To-morrow dinner,then?

  OTHELLO

  I shall not dine at home;I meet the captains at the citadel.

  DESDEMONA

  Why,then,to-morrow night;or Tuesday morn;On Tuesday noon,or night;on Wednesday morn:I prithee,name the time,but let it not Exceed three days:in faith, he's penitent;And yet his trespass,in our common reason——Save that,they say,the wars must make examples Out of their best——is not almost a fault To incur a private cheque When shall he come?Tell me,Othello:I wonder in my soul,What you would ask me, that I should deny,Or stand so mammering on.What!Michael Cassio,That came a-wooing with you,and so many at time,When I have spoke of you dispraisingly,Hath ta'en your part;to have so much to do To bring him in! Trust me,I could do much,——

  OTHELLO

  Prithee,no more:let him come when he will;I will deny thee nothing.

  DESDEMONA

  Why,ths is not a boon;'Tis as I should entreat you wear your gloves,Or feed on nourishing dishes,or keep you warm,Or sue to you to do a peculiar profit To your own person:nay,when I have a suit Wherein I mean to touch your love indeed,It shall be full of poise and difficult weight and fearful to be granted.

  OTHELLO

  I will deny thee nothing:Whereon,I do beseech thee,grant me this,To leave me but a little to myself.

  DESDEMONA

  Shall I deny you? no:farewell,my lord.

  OTHELLO

  Farewell, my Desdemona:I'll come to thee straight

  DESDEMONA

  Emilia,come.Be as your fancies teach you;Whate'er you be,I am obedient.

  [Exeunt DESDEMONA and EMILIA]

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