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Title: Analysing Shylock's Dual-Role as Villain and Victim

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Subject: Shakespeare
Author: DarbySniper
Date: July 1, 2009
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While censoring his child's sexual/religious exploration is not specifically an evil act, even by today's standards, it could suggest that he cares more about his Jewishness and his standards than about raising a well rounded daughter. His faith gains, ultimately, a higher priority than his daughter, and, since he is Jewish, he would be seen as loving the devil more than his daughter...

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His faith gains, ultimately, a higher priority than his daughter, and, since he is Jewish, he would be seen as loving the devil more than his daughter. An orchestration of the bond to kill Antonio is not Shylock's only possible motive. Actors who have played Shylock have seen many different motives for the bond...

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