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Shakespeare Mocked Christianity in his play The Merchant of Venice
In the play The Merchant of Venice, William Shakespeare used two characters to show his point of view of what he thought Christianity was. The first character, Antonio, the merchant of Venice, was presented as the hero at the beginning of the comedy because he was a good Christian trying to help out a friend. The second character, Shylock, the Jewish usurer, was presented as the villain. However, as the plot gradually became more intense it became harder and harder to distinguish who was the antagonist and who was the protagonist.
At first, it might seem that Shakespeare was a Christian.…
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