What does Iago say about honor?
Also, what does Lodovico ask Iago and what is Iago's response?
he asks why Othello is acting strange; he asks if he is sick or if he always acts this way. Iago says he cannot explain and that Lodovico must stay and see for himself. to get Emilia to lay out her wedding sheets and get Iago.
Additionally, what does Iago say about reputation? Iago treats reputation contemptuously, this can be proven by his words to Cassio: ”Reputation' is an idle and most false imposition, oft got without merit, and lost without deserving. '' (2.3. 269-270) As well, even toward the end of the play, where his evil deeds are revealed, he refuses to plead or explain.
Herein, how does Iago say he will show Othello further?
He'll catch Cassio talking about it and boasting. Iago plans to get Cassio talking about Bianca so Othello will think Cassio is talking about Desdemona.
Why should honor outlive honesty?
But ever puny whipster gets my sword. But why should honor outlive honesty? 260Let it go all. I'm not that strong, if a puny nobody can grab my sword.