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2014-07-29T13:43:01+05:30

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Shylock is so stubbern as he didnt even think of mercy and justice.
he is a cruel man and wanted to attack antonio and harm him.
he had a bad mind to kill a life of a person.
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In considering the time period and context, Shylock has emerged as the villain as a result of period anti-Semitism, and what it meant to be a Christian then. The modern villain may very well be Antonio given the way that times have changed. Is Antonio simply the vessel to show the steep anti-Semitism, or is he truly evil at the core despite his unrequited love for someone, presumably Bassanio?
2014-07-29T13:44:57+05:30
According to me villain is Shylock.
Because Shylock has a cruel mind in which he wanted Antonio killed.
He is of injustice and does not care for a man's death.
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