Who says this and it is thought abroad that twixt my sheets He has done my office?
In his first soliloquy, Iago says: “It is thought abroad that 'twixt my sheets / He has done my office” (I. iii. 369–370). This is one of the reasons that Iago gives for justifying his revenge against Othello.
Also, who said I hate the Moor?
One may also ask, who said if virtue no delighted? Good night to every one. — [to BRABANTIO] 315 And, noble signior, If virtue no delighted beauty lack, Your son-in-law is far more fair than black. Let it be so.
Simply so, why does Iago think Othello slept with Emilia?
At the start of the play we are given two reasons. One is that Cassio has been picked ahead of him as Lieutenant; the other is that he thinks that Othello slept with Iago's wife, Emilia. After all, who was chosen to take over from Othello in Cyprus at the end of the play but Cassio himself.
What is Iago's first soliloquy?
We hear Iago's first soliloquy at the end of act 1 scene 3. In his first soliloquy, he reveals his apparent incentives for his hatred of Othello and formulates his plan to destroy him: “I hate the Moor, / And it is thought abroad that 'twixt my sheets / 'Has done my office”.