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debt has to be paid by death on the cross. Straight after this scene we return to the dark skinned Moroccan prince. For todays readers or audience it shows them that he is going to be one of the main parts of the play and explains to them that he is Jewish and that is why everyone mocks him. Related Characters: (speaker Page Number and Citation:.1.52-53 I am a Jew. The men return to Venice, but are unable to assist Antonio in court. Everyone is trying to resolve the bond, and Shylock looks like he is going to get his way. The duke is there who is supposed to be the master of ceremonies. Elizabethan audiences find this amusing and enjoy laughing at stereotypes; in act 1 scene 2 the audience was given some comedy through the stereotypes of the foreign suitors.
Viewed this way, The Merchant of Venice offers a critique of the same prejudices that it seemingly endorses? 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. Author Topic: The Merchant of Venice : Prejudices Towards Others (Read 82 times). A second act of prejudice in The Merchant of Venice occurs when the Prince of Morocco arrives in Venice.
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I had it of Leah when I was a batchelor. This bond doth give thee here no jot of blood. Gratiano seizes the opportunity to mockingly imitate all of Shylocks previous praise of Portia. This will be the fodder for much discussion and argument for years to come. Fraser and Norman Rabkin. Only by marrying her can he achieve any kind of social nobility. His language shows him to be hurt, humiliated, vulnerable and extremely angry at the Christians. Gratiano lashes out in anger and again racially abuses Shylock. Some people have complained bout teaching the book for gcse, but if we do not learn about racism and see the effects it has on the particular race then how are we meant to know how racism affects people. Is a kind of devil the Jew is the very devil incarnation. Her future lies in the hands of the casket system put into place by her dead father.