Title: The Merchant Of Venice - Anti-
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Launcelot presents this argument to his father: "I am a Jew if I serve the Jew any longer." (2.2.104) Before Launcelot accepts a new job with Bassanio as his master, he is reminded that Bassanio is much poorer than Shylock. His reply to Bassanio was, "You have the grace of / God, sir, and he [Shylock] hath enough...
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Lorenzo said, "If e'er the Jew her father come to heaven, / It will be for his gentle daughter's sake?" (2.4.36-7) When Lorenzo says this, he is implying that Shylock's faith and his Jewish heritage is not strong enough to get him into heaven. Lorenzo says that if Shylock is saved, it is by his Jessica's sake, because she has chosen Christianity over Judaism...
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