The Merchant of Venice: Is Shylock Villain Or Victim?

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Title: The Merchant of Venice: Is Shylock Villain Or Victim?
 
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When he enters the court room, you see him carrying his “implements of destruction.” He is prejudiced against Christians. You get a good idea of this, when he says this to Antonio when Antonio asks him for the money; “I’ll only do this business with you, I won’t do this again with you, and I won’t with you or talk to you or anything...
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He is very devious as he has this bond all ready if Antonio does not pay up. He is the only one in the play that actually hates music. Back in Elizabethan times, almost everyone loved music; they said that music was a part of the soul. This portrays Shylock as inhuman...
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