The Merchant of Venice
The Floating Press, 01.01.2009 - 174 Seiten
The Merchant of Venice is classed as one of Shakespeare's comedies, but is more often remembered for its dramatic characters and situations. Though the villain of the piece, the Jewish moneylender Shylock is often the most prominent and well-remembered character of the play. As he can be played and directed either sympathetically or wholly villainous, the play remains a highly contentious piece of theater.
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The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare is centered around a Christian named Antonio. At the beginning of the drama, Antonio is depressed due to an unknown cause; he says, “I hold the world but ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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The Merchant of Venice is an excellent play full of moral questions, religious arguments, and financial downfall. Antonio, the main character of the play is a lonely merchant who has all his ... Vollständige Rezension lesen