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[PDF / Epub] ❤ The Merchant of Venice ✅ William Shakespeare – Coinfetti.co In this lively comedy of love and money in sixteenth century Venice Bassanio wants to impress the wealthy heiress Portia but lacks the necessary funds He turns to his merchant friend Antonio who is foIn this lively comedy of love and money in sixteenth century Venice Bassanio wants to impress the wealthy heiress Portia but lacks the necessary funds He turn.

S to his merchant friend Antonio who is forced to borrow from Shylock a Jewish moneylender When Antonio's business falters repayment becomes impossible and by.

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Kindle The Merchant of Venice ePUB Ð The Merchant Kindle - ✓ coinfetti.co William Shakespeare baptised 26 April 1564 was an English poet and playwright widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre eminent dramatist He is often called England's national poet and the Bard of Avon or simply The Bard His surviving works consist of 38 plays 154 sonnets two long narrative poems and several other poems His plays have been tr

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  1. Bill Kerwin Bill Kerwin says:

    Kindle The Merchant of Venice ePUB Ð The Merchant Kindle - ✓ coinfetti.co merchant mobile, venice download, The Merchant epub, The Merchant of Venice EpubMany years ago I believed this play to be an early experiment in tragi comedy featuring Shylock a nemesis of almost tragic proportions who both because of the sympathies he evokes and the evil determination he represents unbalances the play making the last act in Belmont seem like a hollow exercise in formal completeness More recently I believed that Shylock was essentially a comic villain one dark splash on a predominately sunny canvas that embodies f0r us the fallen world of Venice transformed by the magic of Portia's Belmont I also believe our knowledge of the Holocaust makes it impossible to appreciate the play fully in this way Now after my recent re reading I'm no longer sure what to think For one thing taking the title seriously this time I feel that Antonio the merchant both in his unexplained sadness his


  2. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    Kindle The Merchant of Venice ePUB Ð The Merchant Kindle - ✓ coinfetti.co merchant mobile, venice download, The Merchant epub, The Merchant of Venice Epub3 12 starsThis review contains huge spoilersWell I certainly did not expect that ending I didn't imagine Portia to be one to give second chances especially after seeing her scheming to discover who is important to Bassanio herself or Antonio It bothered me to see her tricking Bassanio with no repent Incidentally I feel sad for Antonio In my opinion he did deserve to end up wealthy but not alone Same for Shylock even though I can't ignore his showing cruelty instead of mercy Redemption was hardly an option he considered but still he was left with nothing They took away from him one of the things that was most important to him his religion He wasn't a monstrous villain to me just a very vindictive and avaricious man His priorities weren't ones I agreed withA good play in sum Antonio Bassanio ♥


  3. Dolors Dolors says:

    Kindle The Merchant of Venice ePUB Ð The Merchant Kindle - ✓ coinfetti.co merchant mobile, venice download, The Merchant epub, The Merchant of Venice EpubMaybe because I read this play with the famous controversy of its antisemitism on my mind or because I expected a true hea


  4. Brina Brina says:

    Kindle The Merchant of Venice ePUB Ð The Merchant Kindle - ✓ coinfetti.co merchant mobile, venice download, The Merchant epub, The Merchant of Venice EpubThe Merchant of Venice by Shakespeare is the old classics selection for catching up on classics for September 2016 This comedy first printed in 1609 five years prior to Shakespeare's death offers many pressing issues of its day that are unfortunately still relevant today It is still widely studied in schools yet is banned in many places as well due to its anti Semitic portrayal of Jews and some lewdness It is in this light that I discuss the Bard's work Jews had been banned from England in 1290 so it is highly unlikely that Shakespeare came across many Jews during his lifetime His portrayal of Shylock as a greedy moneylender is considered stereotypical by many Other scholars however have created rumors that perhaps Shakespeare himself was Jewish and that his creation of Shylock was to bring awareness the poor treatment of Jews throughout Europe The fact that this play was pu


  5. Kelly Kelly says:

    Kindle The Merchant of Venice ePUB Ð The Merchant Kindle - ✓ coinfetti.co merchant mobile, venice download, The Merchant epub, The Merchant of Venice EpubAlthough the most famous speech from this piece is deservedly and understandably Shylock's 'prick us' monologue I think that the useful speech to talk about what I felt about the play is Portia's only slightly less famous 'quality of mercy'


  6. Amalia Gavea Amalia Gavea says:

    Kindle The Merchant of Venice ePUB Ð The Merchant Kindle - ✓ coinfetti.co merchant mobile, venice download, The Merchant epub, The Merchant of Venice Epub ‘’I am a Jew Hath not a Jew eyes? Hath not a Jew hands organs dimensions senses affections passions fed with the same food hurt with the same weapons subject to the same diseases healed by the same means warmed and cooled by the same winter and summe


  7. Henry Avila Henry Avila says:

    Kindle The Merchant of Venice ePUB Ð The Merchant Kindle - ✓ coinfetti.co merchant mobile, venice download, The Merchant epub, The Merchant of Venice EpubThe pretty islands of Venice in the shallow lagoon atop the blue Adriatic Sea as the blazing rays of the Sun shine down on the brilliant colors of the homes the calm canals full of boats with cargo from faraway lands a glorious past but an uncertain future the rise of Portugal worries the people The city once powerful a short distance from the Italian mainland vastly wealthy is in declineAntonio the most successful merchant in Venice and a gambler in commerce his ships float in the unpredictable oceans waves always bringing him back riches to the lucky man His cousin and best friend Bassanio not so much he has a bad habit of spending not only all his money but quite a lot not in his pockets a concept still popular in modern times As they say a friend in need is a friend indeed Bassanio asks Antonio for a loan but unfortuna


  8. Lyn Lyn says:

    Kindle The Merchant of Venice ePUB Ð The Merchant Kindle - ✓ coinfetti.co merchant mobile, venice download, The Merchant epub, The Merchant of Venice EpubIf this had a secondary title delivered in the parlance of our times it would be THE POUND OF FLESH I liked this for many reasons but the element that stands out most is Shakespeare's focus Many of his plays have various complex and intertwi


  9. Riku Sayuj Riku Sayuj says:

    Kindle The Merchant of Venice ePUB Ð The Merchant Kindle - ✓ coinfetti.co merchant mobile, venice download, The Merchant epub, The Merchant of Venice Epub “One had best state this matter very plainly To recover the comic splendor of The Merchant of Venice now you need to be either a scholar or an anti Semite or best of all an anti Semitic scholar” Harold BloomSee how yond justice rails upon yond simple thiefHark in thine ear change places and handy dandywhich is the justice which is the thief? King Lear IVvi151–4“Which is the merchant here? and which the Jew?” The Merchant of Venice THE BLACK


  10. James James says:

    Kindle The Merchant of Venice ePUB Ð The Merchant Kindle - ✓ coinfetti.co merchant mobile, venice download, The Merchant epub, The Merchant of Venice Epub Book Review 3 of 5 stars to The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare My review is an excerpt from a paper I wrote on appearance versus reality in Shakespeare's plays In many of William Shakespeare’s famous plays reality was not quite what it appeared to be Instead it was a rather warped appearance that someone molded in a specific way for a particular reason Reality has been altered in Shakespeare’s plays often by characters who have been known to lie scheme and create facades just so that they could be with the ones they love When fate intervened in this type of a situation and created an obstacle between the true loves Portia the main character in Merchant of Venice disguised herself as a lawyer to free her love Bassanio from the evil Shylock’s clutches She also altered reality by disguising herself to her husb


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