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'The Merchant of Venice' / Deceptive Appearances
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A 5 page paper which examines the underlying theme of deceiving appearances that is present throughout William Shakespeare's classic comedy, The Merchant of Venice (1597).
Filename: TGmov.wps

A Critical Assessment of the Presentation of Christians as Little Better Than Jews in William Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice”:
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A 5 page paper which examines how the play, despite charges of anti-Semitism, depicts Christians as little better than Jews. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TGchrismov.rtf

A Feminist Approach to Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice
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A six page paper which looks at Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice from a feminist perspective, considering in particular the relationships between Jessica and Shylock, and Portia and Bassanio, and the use of masculine disguise in Portia’s courtroom appearance. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: JLmerchant.wps

A FREUDIAN PROFILE OF SHAKESPEARE’S BASSIANO
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This 4 page paper applies the theories of Freud to the character of Shakespeare's Bassanio from The Merchant of Venice. Brief synopsis included. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MBmovenc.rtf

Analysis of the Word 'Hazard' in The Merchant of Venice
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10 pages. In Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice the word 'hazard' is used eleven times. This interesting research paper looks at each use of the word and analyzes it's use in regards to the character who is using the word, the character to whom they are speaking, and so forth. There are many different meanings of the word 'hazard' as we see in this paper. All of these meanings tie in to the theme of the play. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: JGAmrvnc.rtf

Anti-Semitism In 'The Merchant Of Venice'
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A 5 page paper looking at the way Shakespeare deals with the character of the Jewish moneylender Shylock in this play. The paper concludes that Shakespeare's handling of the question of anti-Semitism gives Shylock a way to vent his wrath at the Christians who have persecuted him, while at the same time making that wrath forgivable. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Shylock.wps

Comparative Analysis of William Shakespeare’s “The Tragedy of Hamlet” and “The Merchant of Venice”
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A 6 page paper which compares and contrasts these two plays in terms of their representation of the moody protagonists featured in each, the relationships between fathers and sons, fathers and daughters, as well as the themes of power, justice, and the Prodigal Son. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TGhammov.rtf

Cultural Conflict in The Merchant of Venice
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A 4 page paper which examines how cultural conflict is a very strong part of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAccmcv.rtf

Early Historical Business Practices
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A 10 page paper which examines the way business was conducted throughout the antiquity, the Renaissance, and the 17th century (specifically, such practices as money-lending, interest, trade, banking) and considers how this is depicted in such literary works as Plautus’s “The Pot of Gold (The Aulularia),” William Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” and Moliere’s “The Miser (L’Avare).” Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: TGbizlit.rtf

Jessica and Lorenzo in Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice”
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A 5 page paper which traces the relationship between Jessica and Lorenzo in Shakespeare’s play “The Merchant of Venice.” No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAshkvnc.rtf

Law and Justice In 'The Merchant Of Venice'
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A 5 page paper analyzing the use of the courtroom scene in Shakespeare's play. The paper asserts that Shakespeare used this scene as a way to give a voice to individuals normally not heard in Elizabethan society, such as women and Jews. Bibliography lists three sources.
Filename: Mvenice.wps

Law, Literature, and Legal Interpretation in “The Merchant of Venice”
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This 14 page report discusses law and literature and addresses the question as to why there is a problem of interpretation. Legal interpretation and questions related to such interpretation form a commonplace reality in the modern world -- from high-profile circumstances such as that of President Clinton asking “what is is” to the most mundane of arguments regarding property rights or traffic accidents. In Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” the role of legal interpretation in is an important aspect of the entire work In “The Merchant of Venice,” Shakespeare also adds another level of legal interpretation to be considered by both the characters in the play and the audience -- interpretation of religious law. Various criticisms and theories related to the intent and process of legal interpretation are presented in this paper and discussed. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWlawlit.wps

Loyalty & Gender/Much Ado About Nothing & Merchant of Venice
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A 6 page essay that argues that Shakespeare's portrayal of women in The Merchant of Venice and in Much Ado About Nothing shows that he considered women to be capable of showing intelligence and loyalty to equal any man. Beatrice through her loyalty to Hero and Portia in her dramatic defense of her husband's friend, Antonio, show that they possess intelligence, loyalty and courage equal, or superior, to the men in these plays, whom they overshadow in this regard. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khgenloy.rtf

Portia and the Role of Women in Elizabethan Society
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This 5 page paper is based on a close reading of "The Merchant of Venice" and discusses the role of Portia, and why she is not a typical Elizabethan woman. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: HVPorElz.rtf

Settings in William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” and “The Merchant of Venice”
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A 5 page paper which compares and contrasts the use of settings in the respective plays, and how the characters relate to the moods of these settings. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TGmanmov.rtf

Shakespeare's 'Merchant Of Venice'/ Role of The 'Other'
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A 4 page paper examining the occurrence of 'other' in Shakespeare's works. The issue is discussed using Adelman's thesis that Shakespeare's characters project their own fears onto other characters they define as 'other.' An analysis of Adleman's theory is included, followed by a discussion which addresses the separate elements that such a reality involves. Adleman's theory, while correct in some ways, is in other ways far-fetched and ridiculous. Adleman's theories are related to similar issues which appear in the Shakespeare play, 'Merchant of Venice.' No additional sources cited.
Filename: Veniceot.doc

Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice”: A Renaissance Play
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A 12 page paper which describes how Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” is a Renaissance play. Bibliography lists 7 additional sources.
Filename: RAvenc.rtf

Shylock and Jessica's Disappointment in William Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice"
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A 6 page paper which examines Shylock and Jessica's disappointment in William Shakespeare's comedy, "The Merchant of Venice," specifically, how both father and daughter are disillusioned by Italian Renaissance society and suffered individual disappointment. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TGmerch.wps

Shylock in the Merchant of Venice
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All of us are prejudiced by our own time period. It has been thought that in our own time frame, Shakespeare's the Merchant of Venice is an anti-Semitic play. Thesis: This discussion will examine that the anti-Semitism as presented in the Merchant of Venice, contains an element of pro-Semitism that is not initially discerned. Bibliography includes 14 sources.
Filename: BBshylck.doc


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