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Romantic Comedies in The Merchant of Venice


romantic Comedies in The Merchant of Venice

Shakespeare. Portias trick demonstrates that in a money-centred world hierarchies are in flux and women, though especially linked to materiality and consumerism within the context of the play, are shown to have more freedom to get what they want by manipulating the patriarchal structures that attempt. Also notable is Portia's speech about the 'quality of mercy'.Please click on the literary analysis category you wish to be displayed. In 1616 the English writer Barnabe Rich lamented that we have spoyled the. In Belmont, the prince of Aragon arrives to win the hand of Portia. She claims her own prize. The valuation of property and people particularly women in Shakespeares Venice reflects contemporary anxieties nearer home, suggests Farah Karim-Cooper.

Romantic Comedies in The Merchant of Venice
romantic Comedies in The Merchant of Venice

His affection for his long-dead wife is also expressed in his lamentation that the ring he associates her with is missing. We know the outcome of the trial. Venetian Curtizans of their alluring vanities, to decke our. This is especially true with regard to the fears English moralists had about the effect of excessive materialism on Englands women in particular. Wives, daughters, jewels: they are all property that when stolen can be equally dismaying, provoking equivalent feelings of loss. Antonio is overtaken with an unexplained sadness, but Solanio has a theory why he is saddened. Antonio receives news of his ships. Portia, disguised as Balthasar, attempts to incite mercy in the heart of Shylock. Wives, daughters, jewels, what would Shakespeares original audiences have thought of the portrayal of women in this play?

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