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Title: The Merchant of Venice

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Subject: Music and Movies
Author: Ruth T
Date: October 2, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
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The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare shows the relationship of Jews and Christians. In the speech by Shylock from Act three, Scene one can be seen as central to both the action and the impact of the Merchant of Venice by showing the theme of "revenge versus hatred", showing us the relationship of Shylock and Antonio and emphasizing the significance of the pound of flesh...

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Shylock acknowledges the bad blood between himself and Antonio but it is Antonio who encourages Shylock to impose the "pound of flesh". This emphasizes the theme of revenge versus hatred as Antonio shows off with the acceptance of the moneylender's terms. Shylock and Antonio have a very stern relationship...

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