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Dialogue from “The Merchant of Venice” by William Shakespeare ~~Revenge~~

Excerpt from Act III. Scene I. Venice. A street.

Why, I am sure, if he forfeit, thou wilt not take his flesh. What’s that good for? 208 more words


Can't Always Relate


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So I’ve been enjoying my home school co-op class.  Last semester we studied Shakespeare’s  378 more words

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Get Trump!

I was waiting for this. The supposed resignation of Al Franken, the resignation of John Conyers—all preamble to the main event: the never-ending push to impeach Donald Trump. 1,916 more words


Mercy Trumps Justice


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Justice is when you get what you deserve.

Grace is when you get what you don’t deserve. 264 more words

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Shylock: Victim or Villain

There are many ways to portray a biased view of a certain character in a play. Two of the ways they can be portrayed are either a victim or a villain.The Jewish character of Shylock in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice is portrayed in a way that is extremely biased and prejudiced. 360 more words


The Savage Hippie Video Podcast Episode 5: Sober Dave, Political Dave, Drunken Edwin

Our most political show yet! And Dave manages to stay sober for most of it. Sorry, no Ann Sterzinger. She was on a flight to… 30 more words


Conference: Other Shylocks, London Nov 4 - 5, 2017

“Other Shylocks”

Presented by the Centre for Global Shakespeare, Queen Mary University of London, as part of “Shylock in and Beyond the Ghetto” supported by the European Commission under the Creative Europe programme and sponsored by the Romanian Cultural Institute. 212 more words