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Re: The Merchant of Venice

Postby JessRuby » Mon Jan 05, 2009 2:18 am

I went to Stratford's Shakepearean festival and saw several plays, Merchant of Venice being one of them. Now I sort of wish I hand't fallen alseep during it :oops:
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Re: The Merchant of Venice

Postby Jazzy'sgirl112108 » Mon Aug 24, 2009 3:07 pm

i read it on my own, before breaking dawn, cuz i really love shakespear!!! but, i thought "oh, yeah, i can see why she (alice and stephenie) would choose that book." i really loved the story!! also by shakespear, i reccoment seeing A Comedy of Errors strongly!! ;)
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Re: The Merchant of Venice

Postby Landiana » Sat Aug 29, 2009 5:47 am

shakespeare is definetely a genius. the last section with the court scene was masterfully done - i really think that the way it played out was genius - the word play and the way that Portia twisted things to make it the solution that the predominently christian crowd would enjoy was brillaint.

so i have a question for those of you who have read the play. do you think Shylock is all villian, or can he be identified as a victim as well?
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