Essay heading: The Merchant of Venice: Is Shylock Villain Or Victim?

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This really shows that he is not all materialistic and does have a heart. This heart is quickly broken when his daughter, Jessica, steals the ring. Unlike other villains, he does not break laws, he is a law abiding citizen. When he wants Antonio killed, it’s within the law due to his “merry bond.” With all this said, he still is still the Villain and he does have some of the typical villain attributes...
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He is full of revenge. All he wants to do, when in court, is kill Antonio. He openly, in court, refuses to take back thrice the amount he lent, which would add up to nine thousand Ducats. When he enters the court room, you see him carrying his “implements of destruction.” He is prejudiced against Christians...
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