The merchant of venice
One of the central themes of the play is that of justice, the right to proper and fair treatment for individuals, these scenes seem to be the same in a different perspective of the trial.
From these scenes especially you can gather Shylocks view of the prejudice against him "...will be worth a Jews eye" which helps the reader to understand his actions further on. You see in these scenes Shylocks discontent with every one including his daughter, "...I have a Father, you a Daughter, lost." This is the final comment made when they separate after a long argument over a comment Lancelot made, a…
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