According to othello what role did hate and honor play in hos deed?


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At this point, Othello still thinks that Desdemona has betrayed him. He thinks that, being a cuckold, gives him the right to protect his honor by killing Desdemona He claims he did not hate her: he only had to kill her for his honor.

Call me an honorable murderer if you like. I did nothing out of hate, only out of honor.