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Antonio a leading merchant of venice is a wealthy respected and popular man among his many friends is a young man named bassanio who owes antonio a good deal of money bassanio would like to repay his friend but so far he has been unable to do so. The merchant of venice shakespeare homepage merchant of venice entire play act i scene i venice a street i will read it how much unlike art thou to portia salerio whats the news from venice how doth that royal merchant good antonio i know he will be glad of our success we are the jasons we have won the fleece. This play is a romantic comedy but as the story of a young merchant who cannot repay a debt to vindictive money lender it has a very dark obstacle in the character of shylock one of the most vivid and memorable characters in shakespeares works. The original cliffsnotes study guides offer expert commentary on major themes plots characters literary devices and historical background in cliffsnotes on the merchant of venice you follow along as a young merchant cannot repay his debt to a vindictive moneylender. In cliffsnotes on the merchant of venice you follow along as a young merchant cannot repay his debt to a vindictive moneylender this is the story that introduces us to shylock one of the most vivid and memorable characters in shakespeares work
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