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March 18, 2007
Julie cries after the Cardinal accuses her of inconstancy. He asks, "Are tears your justification? The self-same tears will fall into your husband's bosom, lady, with a loud protestation that you love him above the world."

After the marriage is revealed, Brabantio says to his son-in-law Othello, "Look to her, Moor, if thou hast eyes to see: she has deceived her father, and may thee."

And John Skow wrote, "Nothing is more pleasurable than to sit in the shade, sip gin and contemplate other people's adulteries, and while the wormy apple of marriage still lives, the novel will not die."