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by Linda Cookson,Bryan Loughrey

  • ISBN: 0582075750
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Linda Cookson,Bryan Loughrey
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Longman (April 1992)
  • Pages: 136 pages
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Bryan Loughrey & Linda Cookson, London: Longmans, 1989), pp. . 94–104. The General Prologue as a Prologue', in The Canterbury Tales: Critical Essays (ed. Bryan Loughrey & Linda Cookson, London: Longmans, 1989), pp. 105–18. Men were Deceivers Ever', in Much Ado about Nothing: Critical Essays (ed. 43–52. Portia's Music and the Naughty World', in The Merchant of Venice: Critical Essays (ed. Bryan Loughrey & Linda Cookson, London: Longmans, 1992), pp. 19–40.

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William Shakespeare wrote The Merchant of Venice between 1596-1598. It is usually classified as a romantic comedy though its dramatic scenes are hugely popular and some speeches amongst characters like Shylock and Portia have incited much study and debate. The play begins with Bassanio, a young man and a Venetian of noble rank. Bassanio would like to earn the hand of the rich heiress Portia, but since he's squandered away his wealth he needs some help reaching the 3000 ducat fee that guarantees him as a suitor. Bassanio asks his friend Antonio, a merchant of Venice who is wealthy and has.

Of all the merchants who lived in Venice, one hated Shylock more than the others. His name was Antonio.

txt 28 Кб. CHAPTER ONE. The Moneylenders. I have a story to tell. It is a story of love and hatred. A story of giving and taking. A story of laughter and tears. Of all the merchants who lived in Venice, one hated Shylock more than the others. Shylock hated Antonio as well. This was because Antonio was a very generous moneylender. He lent money to people in trouble and often didn't charge them interest. Shylock lost a lot of business because of Antonio's generosity. More importantly, Shylock hated Antonio because he was a Christian.

The Merchant Of Venice. Gratiano speaks an infinite deal of nothing, more than any man in all Venice

The Merchant Of Venice. Gratiano speaks an infinite deal of nothing, more than any man in all Venice.

This series aims to introduce students to a wide variety of critical opinion and to show students, by example, how to construct a good critical essay. This collection of specially-commissioned short critical essays on Shakespeare's play "The Merchant of Venice" is designed for A-level students. The essays contain diverse, often conflicting opinions, presented in a clearly written and carefully structured manner which reflects the student's need to construct well thought-out arguments in the limited time examinations allow. They are also designed to act as a stimulus for independent thought and for the development of personal viewpoints. Each essay concentrates on a single area of thought or study of direct relevance to the type of essay students will be required to write, and uses textual evidence and quotations in support of the conclusions. A variety of approaches are used in the essays, to illustrate the various ways in which literary evidence can be organized to argue a viewpoint.

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