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Cheeky pres to learn the lines

Cheeky pres to learn the lines

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  • 1. And what’s he then
  • 2. • that says I play the villain?
  • 3. • When this advice is free,
  • 4. • I give
  • 5. • and honest
  • 6. • Probal to thinking
  • 7. • and indeed
  • 8. • the course to win the moor again
  • 9. • For tis most easy
  • 10. • th’inclining desdemona
  • 11. • To subdue in any honest suit
  • 12. • She’s fram’d as fruitful
  • 13. • as the free elements
  • 14. • And then for her to win the moor,
  • 15. • Were’t to renounce his baptism
  • 16. • All seals and symbols of redeeméd sin
  • 17. • His soul is so enfettered to her love
  • 18. • That she may make, unmake,
  • 19. • do as she list
  • 20. • Even as her appetite
  • 21. shall play the God
  • 22. • With his weak function
  • 23. • How am I then a villain?
  • 24. • To counsel Cassio
  • 25. • to this parallel course
  • 26. • Directly to his good?
  • 27. • Divinity of hell
  • 28. • When devils will the blackest sins put on
  • 29. • They do suggest at first
  • 30. With heavenly shows
  • 31. • As I do now
  • 32. • For while this honest fool
  • 33. • plies Desdemona
  • 34. • To repair his fortune
  • 35. • I’ll pour this pestilence in his ear
  • 36. • That she repeals him for her bodys lust
  • 37. • And by how much she strives to do him good
  • 38. • She shall undo her credit with the moor
  • 39. • So will I turn her virtue into pitch
  • 40. • And out of her goodness
  • 41. Make the net that shall enmesh them all