Updated: 1/16/2020
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Merchant of Venice Visual Project

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  • Bassanio, Antonio's friend ask Antonio for money, Antonio doesn't have any since he invested in trades but is willing to borrow some money with his good credit
  • They ended up getting the vast sum of money from Shylock, a Jewish moneylender who practice usuary scorn upon at the time and is the bitter rival of Antonio
  • "Let the penalty be named as exactly one pound of your fair flesh"
  • Later on, We learn from Salarino and Solanio that the many investment that Antonio made were found shipwrecked. They get in a heated argument with Shylock over if he would really enforce his bond. He proclaim that he would
  • Shylock learns of Antonio misfortune from his friend Tubal, telling Tubal to get a officer to catch Antonio
  • We skip to the scene where Bassanio and Shylock are conversing, Shylock obviously displeased that the Jailor would let Antonio outside at his request
  • Here me yet, good Shylock-
  • I'll have my bond; speak not against my bond
  • I am sure the Duke will never grant this forfeiture to hold
  • Well, Gaoler, on. -Pray God, Bassanio come to see me pay his debt, and then I care not!
  • The Duke cannot deny the course of law
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