The Caskets in The Merchant of Venice

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They remind the suitors that they cannot always have what they desire, they cannot always get what they deserve, and sometimes in order to receive you must first give.
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inscriptions of the caskets. The gold casket represents what men desire, the silver casket represents what men deserve, and the lead casket represents a man’s duty in marriage. The gold casket represents the desires of many men. Its inscription reads, “Who chooseth me shall gain what many men desire...
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