Throughout the play we see two different settings; Belmont and Venice. Venice, in Italy, the center of commerce, which is strategically and economically important therefore it collides people all over the world and from different backgrounds. It is also the world of men; money and business are mainly the issues that are talked about. Belmont; unlike Venice, is a non-existent place and a world of women who are concerned with love and romance. We are introduced to Belmont usually in a non-public area, usually Portia′s house. The prince of Morocco, who is introduced to the audience by Narissa at the end of Act1 Scene2, attracts the attention of the audience because we know that he is disliked by Portia, ′If I have the condition of a saint and the complexion of a devil, I had rather... [continues]
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