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I was chatting to the Mother about the roles of women in Shakespeare’s, The Merchant of Venice because I’ve an exam coming up.
Me: “Yeah, so women in The Merchant of Venice were subservient to their husband’s, father’s, and regarded as helpless and in need of male guidance in areas of decision making.” 73 more words
This is one of the most poignant soliloquies in world literature, wrote by William Shakespeare in his (anti-semite? or just criticizing the global economy, in fact, launched by the Venitian Empire, that conquered the British Islands, and re…newed itself through the British Empire?…History will clarify, but it seems that Christopher Marlowe and William Shakespeare were well aware of the drama that now unfolds in front of us…), in “The Merchant of Venice”: 148 more words