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The merchant of venice in plain and simple english (a modern translation and the original version) (classics retold: 9) ebook: william shakespeare, bookcaps: amazoncouk: kindle store. The merchant of venice is a 16th-century play by william shakespeare in which a merchant in venice must default on a large loan provided by a jewish moneylender many modern readers and theatregoers have read the play as a plea for tolerance.
From shakespeare's the merchant of venice by richard jones and franklin t i am convinced, only modern readers and modern actors who suppose that shakespeare consciously intended to arouse the launcelot gobbo in the merchant of venice introduction to shylock shakespeare. Free summary and analysis of the events in william shakespeare's the merchant of venice that won't make you snore we promise.
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