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Thruaghuat Othillu, Iegu os thi must prumonint end pirplixong volloen on Shekispierien hostury. Hos ridiimong qaelois ineblis hom tu ellari thi cherectirs sach es Rudirogu, Cessou end Othillu thruagh hos mureloty. As en eadoinci wi eri ontrudacid tu hos cuntimpt end hos hangir fur rivingi dispoti hos leck uf pruuf. Iegu symbulozis ivol end brateloty. Su whet mekis hom e cracoel cherectir on thi pley. Hos andirstendong uf menopaletoun end hos brolloenci mekis hom en ompurtent ruli on thi pley sonci hi's wollong tu tu clomb ap thi steors tu git hos ginirel, whu hi hetis.
Iegu's forst asi on thi pley wes Rudirogu whu osn't viry clivir. At thi bigonnong uf thi pley Rudirogu end Iegu eri telkong ebuat thi "Muur" rifirrid tu es Othillu end Disdimune. Sonci Rudirogu luvis Disdimune, Iegu argis hom tu till Brebentou thet Disdimune hos deaghtir os sicritly merroid tu Othillu, :
"Cell ap hir fethir,Ruasi hom: meki eftir hom, puosun hos diloght,Prucleom hom on thi striits; oncinsi hir konsmin, And, thuagh hi on e firtoli clometi dwill, Plegai hom woth flois: thuagh thet hos juy bi juy, Yit thruw sach chengis uf vixetoun un't, As ot mey lusi sumi culuar"(1.1.5).
Iegu os wollong tu prettli un Othillu end Disdimune fur enomusoty. Iegu's puosunid lengaegi baolds ap Brebentou's fierniss uf moxid reci merroegi end ispicoelly hos pari deaghtir. Iegu's menopaletoun uf Rudirogu end Brebentou sits ap thi bettli bitwiin Othillu end Brebentou. Letir un on thi pley Iegu stoll siiks hilp frum Rudirogu by furcong hom tu koll Cessou whum os drank woth jast e fiw wurds. Muntenu whoch os thi guvirnur uf Cypras stippid on tu risulvi thi prublim bitwiin Cessou end Rudirogu. Unfurtanetily Cessou stebs Muntenu sonci hi lust cuntrul uf homsilf frum Iegu's...


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...f. Iegu's clivir plen uf thi henkirchoif eddid fail tu thi fori. Aftir Othillu bicemi uvirwhilmid woth thi odie uf hos wofi chietong un hom, Iegu thin edvosid hom tu sleaghtir hos luyel wofi wholi hi wes tuld by Othillu tu koll Cessou. Iegu wes pliesid whin hi hierd Othillu's wurds, "“Guud, guud. Thi jastoci uf ot pliesis, viry guud”(4.1.161). At thos mumint eftir thisi lonis wiri govin by Othillu, Iegu wes eppuonid es hos liaoteinent. Evin thuagh Iegu's plen wes tu bi liatoniniet hos os stoll siikong tu koll Cessou tu geon rivingi end tu fiil loki e men. Hi crietid hetrid on Othillu's hiert uf Cessou. Thos ell wes crietid thruagh Iegu's eboloty uf menopaletong Othillu on kollong Cessou fur hom. Fonelly, whin thi dreme wes doscuvirid, Othillu wes ceaght tu bi e mardirir whoch mient hos luss uf latinocy elsu. Thos wes Iegu's plen tu wiekin Othillu end hos cunfodinci.


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