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  • The Homosexual Relationship Between Antonio and Bassanio in William Shakespeare’s the Merchant of Venice

    The Homosexual Relationship Between Antonio and Bassanio in William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of...

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  • Merchant of Venice and Portia

    Portia’s True Character In this play of deceptive appearances, is Portia suspect of not being altogether what she appears to be? Critics...

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  • The Merchant Of Venice - Portia

    Arragon, or Bassanio, who would earn my heart, with Bassanio being the only one I had true feelings for. This event is the one...

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  • The Merchant of Venice: Analysis of Portia

    Character Name: Portia Character Traits: Loyal “Oh, me, the word ‘choose’! I may neither choose who I would nor refuse who I dislike; so...

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  • Merchant of Venice Portia Analysis

    her) God made him, and therefore let him pass for a man. In truth, I know it is a sin to be a mocker: but,... I had it of him: pardon me,...

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  • Merchant of Venice: Portia Essay

    The Merchant of Venice is a play set in a very male and Christian dominated society where other religions and women rights...

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  • Portia (Merchant of Venice) Feature Article

    gets down and Dirty in Venice Portia, Lady from Belmont, always seemed like a sweet girl, always behaved the way her father...

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  • The Merchant of Venice: Portia Saves the Day

    After reading The Merchant of Venice, one may think that Antonio or even Bassanio is the hero. While that may be...

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  • The Merchant of Venice: Shylock vs. Portia

    Shylock vs. Portia In Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice, a Christian merchant, Antonio, is...

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  • Consider Shakespeare's presentation of Portia in "The Merchant of Venice"

    Consider Shakespeare’s presentation of Portia in “The Merchant Of Venice” “The Merchant of...

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  • The Merchant of Venice Father-Daughter Relationships

    The play ‘The Merchant of Venice’, by William Shakespeare, shows two different father-daughter relationships. The...

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  • SHort Comparison of Odysseus for The Odyssey and Portia from The Merchant of Venice

    memorable. Portia from the Merchant of Venice and Odysseus from The Odyssey are just two of the many heroes ever...

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  • 1.The Merchant of Venice as a Tragicomedy. 2. The justification of Shylock's actions in 'The Merchant of Venice'. 3.The contrast between Belmont and Venice in 'The Merchant of Venice'

    ** Consider the play as a tragicomedy Shakespeare's 'The Merchant of Venice' is a comedy with a difference. It was written...

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  • The Merchant of Venice: Religious Conflict between Christians and Jews

    comedic play The Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare uses different themes, motifs, and symbols to connect certain ideas to his...

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  • EXAMINE HOW SHAKESPEARE PRESENTS THE TREATMENT OF PORTIA BY MEN IN THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

    PRESENTS THE TREATMENT OF PORTIA BY MEN IN THE MERCHANT OF VENICE Written in the late 16th century, The...

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  • Differences Between Il Pecorne and a Merchant of Venice

    The similarities between Ser Giovanni's Il Pecorone and William Shakespeare's A Merchant of Venice are blatantly...

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  • merchant of venice contrast between material and spiritual wealth

    In Shakespeare’s “Merchant of Venice”, there is a strong contrast between the lust of money and humane love. The...

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  • relation between jew of malta and merchant of venice

     The two novels, Christopher Marlowe’s ‘The Jew of Malta’ and William Shakespeare’s ‘The Merchant of Venice’, the main...

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  • Examine the presentation of parent-child relationships in Shakespeare's 'The Merchant of Venice"

    In 'The Merchant of Venice', there are three parent-child relationships; Shylock and Jessica, Portia...

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  • Portia(Merchant of Venice)

    Portia is the heroine of he play. She is a beautiful and rich lady who is living on the will of her dead father, the person who wanted to marry...

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