To what extent does shakespeare intend the audience to sympathise with shylock in "the merchant of venice"
To what extent does Shakespeare intend the audience to sympathise with Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice"
"The Merchant of Venice" is a problem play, because it could be seen as a tragedy or a comedy. The contemporary audience would have mainly consisted of predominantly white males, they are an anti-semitic society. They would have seen this play as a comedy because of Shylocks defeat at the end of the play.
Shakespeare would have had to pander to the contemporary Christian audience, because they were arrogant and thought themselves as superior to Jews. He also would have had to do this…
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