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Iago is a snake
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I recorded passage 3.3.368-378 from the play Othello by Shakespeare. In the passage I speak as Iago. He is a snake, lying to Othello to try and make it look like his wife is cheating on him. The lines can be voiced many ways, but the way I chose to do it represents Iago’s trickery and bad intent. Through performing the lines, I could tell that Iago likes to plan his next moves carefully and think of every possible solution.

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