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奥瑟罗-10(3)

2006-07-28 21:24

  EMILIA Is not this man jealous?

  DESDEMONA I ne'er saw this before.Sure,there's same wonderin this handkerchief:I am most unhappy in the loss of it!.

  EMILIA 'Tis not a year or two shows us a man:They are all but stomachs,and we all but food;To eat us hungerly,and when they are full,They belchus.Look you,Cassio and my husband![Enter CASSIO and IAGO]

  IAGO There is no other way;'tis she must do't:And,lo,the happiness!go,and importuneher.

  DESDEMONA How now,good Cassio!what's the news with you?

  CASSIO Madam,my former suit:I do beseech you That by your virtuous means I may again Exist,and be a member of his love whom I with all the office Of my heart entirelyhonour:I would not be delay'd.If my offence be of such mortal kind that nor my service past,nor present sorrows,Nor purposed merit in futurity,Can ransomme into his love again,But to know so must be my benefit;So shall I clothe me in a forced content,And shut myself up in some other course,To fortune's alms.

  DESDEMONA Alas,thrice-gentle Cassio!My advocationis not now in tune;My lord is not my lord;nor should I know him,Were he in favour as in humour alter'd.So help me every spirit sanctified,As I have spoken for you all my best and stood within the blankof his displeasure for my free speech!you must awhile be patient :What I can do I will;and more I will than for myself I dare:let that suffice you.

  IAGO Is my lord angry?

  EMILIA He went hence but now,And certainly in strange unquietness.

  IAGO Can he be angry?I have seen the cannon,When it hath blown his ranksinto the air,And,like the devil,from his very arm Puff'dhis own brother:——and can he be angry?Something of moment then:I will go meet him:There's matter in't indeed,if he be angry.

  DESDEMONA I prithee,do so.

  [Exit IAGO]Something,sure,of state,Either from Venice,or some unhatch'dpractise Made demonstrablehere in Cyprus to him,Hath puddledhis clear spirit:and in such cases Men's natures wranglewith inferiorthings,Though great ones are their object.'Tis even so;For let our finger ache,and it indues Our other healthful members even to that sense Of pain:nay,we must think men are not gods,Nor of them look for such observances As fit the bridal.Beshrewme much,Emilia,I was, unhandsome warrior as I am,Arraigning'his unkindness with my soul;But now I find I had suborn'd'the witness,And he's indictedfalsely.

  EMILIA Pray heaven it be state-matters,as you think,And no conception nor no jealous toy Concerning you.

  DESDEMONA Alas the day!I never gave him cause.

  EMILIA But jealous souls will not be answer'dso;They are not ever jealous for the cause,But jealous for they are jealous:'tis a monster Begot upon itself,born on itself.

  DESDEMONA Heaven keep that monster fromOthello's mind!EMILIA Lady,amen.

  DESDEMONA I will go seekhim.Cassio,walk hereabout:If I do find him fit, I'll move your suit and seek to effect it to my uttermost.

  CASSIO I humbly thank your ladyship.[Exeunt DESDEMONA and EMILIA Enter BIANCA]

  BIANCA Save you,friend Cassio!

  CASSIO What make you from home?How is it withyou,my most fair Bianca?I'faith,sweet love,Iwas coming to your house.

  BIANCA And I was going to your lodging,Cassio.What,keep a week away?seven days and nights?Eight scoreeight hours?and lovers'absent hours,More tediousthan the dialeight score times?O wearyreckoning!

  CASSIO Pardon me,Bianca:I have this whilewith leadenthoughts been press'd:But I shall,in a more continuate time,Strike off score of absence.Sweet Bianca,[Giving her DESDEMONA's handkerchief]Take me this work out.

  BIANCA O Cassio,whence came this?This is some token from a newer friend:To the felt absence now I feel a cause:Is't come to this?Well,well.

  CASSIO Go to,woman!Throw your vileguesses in the devil's teeth,From whence you have them.You are jealous now That this is from some mistress,some remembrance:No,in good troth,Bianca.

  BIANCA Why,whose is it?

  CASSIO I know not,sweet: I found it in my chamber.I like the work well:ere it be demanded——As like enough it will——I'ld have it copied:Take it,and do't;and leave me for this time.

  BIANCA Leave you!wherefore?

  CASSIO I do attend here on the general;And think it no addition,nor my wish,To have him see me woman'd.

  BIANCA Why,I pray you?

  CASSIO Not that I love you not.

  BIANCA But that you do not love me.I pray you,bring me on the way a little,And say ifI shall see you soon at night.

  CASSIO

  'Tis but a little way that Ican bring you;For I attend here:but I'll see you soon.

  BIANCA 'Tis very good;I must be circumstanced.

  [Exeunt]

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