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At this point in your study of Othello, you've encountered a sea of characters, terms, places, events, themes, and literary devices!  In Act III alone, you've witnessed Iago's master plan progressing just as he wished! Othello demands to know the whereabouts of his precious handkerchief, and when Desdemona cannot produce an answer, he believes that his beautiful bride is cheating on him. He resolves to kill Cassio in the next scene. Iago's moves against his enemy are calculated...just like a math problem.  Now it's time to relate ACT THREE to such realms!

That's right! Since we are working on a mathematical theme, let's use a little geometry to show what we know!

You are going to select ALL the characters from Act III and describe what shape relates to each of them. You will list the name of the character, the geometric shape that relates to them and explain your selection with specific references to Shakespeare's play. Your final product can be completed in chart or bullet format. Be sure to make specific references to the text in your response.

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