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im reading othello and i don't understand the meaning of this quote

but i will wear my heart upon my sleeve
for daws to peck at: i am not what i am

please help and thank you

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    http://nfs.sparknotes.com/

    Find Othello here and then the act and scene where this appears. Once you read it in modern English (the column on the right), you should understand it well.

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    does it mean showing his true feelings

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    Yes, to wear your heart on your sleeves is to show true and real emotion.

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