Flashcards. Brabantio Character Analysis in Othello, the tragic play written by William Shakespeare Brabantio is an influential senator in the state of Venice where Othello , a Moor has become a general. The senator is very fond of Othello’s bravery. Match. rebeccakeay. Brabantio in Othello: Character Analysis & Quotes Considering Overly Concerned Fathers. (1.3.)
Brabantio. STUDY. He likes Othello and invites him to visit his house a lot—but he never expected Othello to "steal" his daughter. Write. Speeches (Lines) for Brabantio in "Othello" Total: 30. print/save view.
PLAY. Desdemona, as we know, is completely faithful to Othello.
Created by. Desdemona's father, Brabantio, is a rich and important Venetian politician. Spell. Gravity. While the other Venetians are shocked that Desdemona could love a man from a different race and background, Othello’s explanation shows that he and Desdemona fell in love out of mutual admiration and respect. Learn. Terms in this set (10) Grieving for his daughter "My daughter, O my daughter" Desdemona is taken "She is abused, stolen from me and corrupted" Describing Desdemona "A maiden never bold" Brabantio suggests that, because Desdemona deceived her father when she eloped with Othello, Desdemona will likely deceive her husband. Brabantio Quotes in Othello The Othello quotes below are all either spoken by Brabantio or refer to Brabantio. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one: Brabantio Quotes. You’ve probably seen a television show or movie recently that featured the... Brabantio as a Father. Test. Good Brabantio, Take up this mangled matter at the best: Men do their broken weapons … The problem is that Othello seems to buy into the stereotype that unruly daughters make for unruly and promiscuous wives, which is part of the reason why Iago is able to manipulate him so easily. Furthermore, he never believed his darling little girl would marry Othello unless she was drugged or under some kind of spell.
And I loved her that she did pity them. Othello speaks these lines while explaining how Desdemona came to fall in love with him. OPTIONS: Show cue …