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奥瑟罗-15(2)

2006-07-28 21:49

  EMILIA

  [Within]My lord,my lord!what,ho!my lord,my lord!

  OTHELLO

  What noise is this?Not dead?not yet quite dead?I that am cruel am yet merciful;I would not have thee lingerin thy pain:So,so.

  EMILIA

  [Within]What,ho!my lord,my lord!

  OTHELLO Who's there?

  EMILIA [Within]O,——good my lord,I would speak a word with you!

  OTHELLO

  Yes:'tis Emilia.By and by.She's dead.'Tis like she comes to speak of Cassio's death.——The noise was here.Ha!no more moving?Stillas the grave.Shall she come in?were't good?——I think she stirsagain:——no.What's best to do?If she come in,she'll sure speak to my wife:My wife!my wife!what wife?I have no wife.O insupportable!O heavy hour!Methinks it should be now a huge eclipse Of sun and moon,and that the affrightedglobe Should yawnat alteration .

  EMILIA

  [Within]I do beseech you That I may speak with you,O,good my lord!

  OTHELLO

  I had forgot thee:O,come in,Emilia;Soft;by and by.Let me the curtainsdraw.Where art thou?

  [Unlocksthe door;Enter EMILIA]

  What's the matter with thee now?

  EMILIA O,my good lord,yonder'sfoul murders done!

  OTHELLO What,now?

  EMILIA But now,my lord.

  OTHELLO

  It is the very errorof the moon;She comes more nearer earth than she was wont,And makes men mad.

  EMILIA Cassio,my lord,hath kill'd a young Venetian Call'd Roderigo.

  OTHELLO Roderigo kill'd!And Cassio kill'd!

  EMILIA No,Cassio is not kill'd.

  OTHELLO

  Not Cassio kill'd!then murder's out of tune,And sweet revenge grows harsh.

  DESDEMONA

  O,falsely,falsely murder'd!

  EMILIA Alas,what cry is that?

  OTHELLO That!what?

  EMILIA

  Out,and alas!that was my lady's voice.Help!help,ho!help!O lady,speak again!Sweet Desdemona!O sweet mistress,speak!

  DESDEMONA A guiltless death I die.

  EMILIA O,who hath done this deed?

  DESDEMONA

  Nobody;I myself.Farewell Commendme to my kind lord:O,farewell![Dies]

  OTHELLO Why,how should she be murder'd?

  EMILIA Alas,who knows?

  OTHELLO You heard her say herself,it was not I.

  EMILIA She said so:I must needs report the truth.

  OTHELLO

  She's,like a liar,gone to burning hell:'Twas I that kill'd her.

  EMILIA O,the more angelshe,And you the blacker devil!

  OTHELLO She turn'd to folly,and she was a whore.

  EMILIA Thou dost belieher,and thou art a devil.

  OTHELLO She was false as water.

  EMILIA

  Thou art rash as fire,to say That she was false:O,she was heavenly true!

  OTHELLO

  Cassio did topher;ask thy husband else.O,I were damn'd beneath all depth in hell,But that I did proceed upon just grounds to this extremityThy husband knew it all.

  EMILIA My husband!

  OTHELLO Thy husband.

  EMILIA That she was false to wedlock?

  OTHELLO

  Ay,with Cassio.Nay,had she been true,If heaven would make me such another world Of one entire and Perfect chrysolite,I'ld not have sold her for it.

  EMILIA My husband!

  OTHELLO

  Ay,'twas he that told me first:An honest man he is,and hates the slime That sticks on filthydeeds.

  EMILIA My husband!

  OTHELLO

  What needs this iteration,woman?I say thy husband.

  EMILIA

  O mistress,villanyhath made mocks withlove,My husband say that she was false!

  OTHELLO

  He,woman;I say thy husband:dost understand the word?My friend,thy husband,honest,honest Iago.

  EMILIA

  If he say so,may his pernicioussoul Rot half a graina day!he lies to the heart:She was too fond of her most filthy bargain.

  OTHELLO Ha!

  EMILIA

  Do thy worst:This deed of thine is no more worthy heaven Than thou wast worthy her.

  OTHELLO Peace,you were best.

  EMILIA

  Thou hast not half that power to do me harmAs I have to be hurt.O gull!O dolt!As ignorantas dirt!thou hast done a deed——I care not for thy sword;I'll make thee known,Though I lost twenty!lives.——Help!help,ho!help!The Moor hath kill'd my mistress!Murder!murder!

  [Enter MONTANO,GRATIANO,IAGO,and others.]

  MONTANO What is the matter?How now,general!

  EMILIA

  O,are you come,Iago?you have done well,That men must lay their murders on your neck.

  GRATIANO What is the matter?

  EMILIA

  Disprovethis villain,if thou be'st a man:He says thou told'st him that his wife was false:I know thou didst not,thou'rt not such a villain:Speak,for my heart is full.

  IAGO

  I told him what I thought,and told no more Than what he found himself was apt and true.

  EMILIA But did you ever tell him she was false?

  IAGO I did.

  EMILIA

  You told a lie,an odious,damnedlie;Upon my soul,a lie,a wickedlie.She false with Cassio!——did you say with Cassio?

  IAGO With Cassio,mistress.Go to,charmyour tongue.

  EMILIA

  I will not charm my tongue;I am bound to speak:My mistress here lies murder'd in her bed,——All.O heavens forfend!

  EMILIA And your reports have set the murder on.

  OTHELLO

  Nay,stare not,masters:it is true,indeed.

  GRATIANO 'Tis a strange truth.

  MONTANO O monstrousact!

  EMILIA

  Villany,villany,villany!I think upon't,I think:I smell't:O villany!——I thought so then:——I'll kill myself for grief:——O villany,villany!

  IAGO

  What,are you mad?I charge you,get you home.

  EMILIA

  Good gentlemen,let me have leave to speak:'Tis proper I obey him,but not now.Perchance,Iago,I will ne'er go home.

  OTHELLO O!O!O![He falls on the bed.]

  EMILIA

  Nay,lay thee down and roar;For thou hast kill'd the sweetest innocent That e'erdid lift up eye.

  OTHELLO

  [Rising]

  O,she was foul!I scarcedid know you,uncle:there lies your niece,Whose breath,indeed,these hands have newlystopp'd:I know this act shows horrible.and grim.

  GRATIANO

  Poor Desdemona!I am glad thy father's dead:Thy matchwas mortal to him,and pure grief Shorehis old threadin twain:did he live now,This sight would make him do a desperateturn,Yea,curse his better angel from his side,And fall to reprobation.

  OTHELLO

  'Tis pitiful;but yet Iago knows That she with Cassio hath the act of shame A thousand times committed;Cassio confess'd it:And she did gratifyhis amorousworks With that recognizanceand pledgeof love Which I first gave her;I saw it in his hand:It was a handkerchief,an antiquetoken My father gave my mother.

  EMILIA O heaven!O heavenly powers!

  IAGO Come,hold your peace.

  EMILIA

  'Twill out,'twill out:I peace!No,I will speak as liberalas the north:Let heaven and men and devils,let them all,All,all,cry shame against me,yet I'll speak.

  IAGO Be wise,and get you home.

  EMILIA I will not.[IAGO offers to stab EMILIA.]

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