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Essay heading: The Merchant of Venice
 
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Shylock was willing to loan money to one who totally ruined him in public, on terms that were nicer than his normal business terms. This builds the relationship of Shylock and Antonio as we see that Shylock did want to treat Antonio well but wanted to be treated fairly in return. This shows that the speech is central as the relationship of Shylock and Antonio because it shows us how religion can money can lead to greediness...
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This builds the relationship of Shylock and Antonio as we see that Shylock did want to treat Antonio well but wanted to be treated fairly in return. This shows that the speech is central as the relationship of Shylock and Antonio because it shows us how religion can money can lead to greediness. The significance of the pound of flesh can be interpreted and many different ways...
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