I chose to recite Desdemona’s lines (1.3.208-218) from the play Othello by William Shakespeare. From the recitation I learned that the lines are sometimes separated differently than how the flow of the sentences would go if you were naturally saying the dialogue. I also learned that it is important for the character of Desdemona to speak confidently when telling her father some news that might be hard for him to hear.

This is my recording:

 

 

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