The Sympathetic Embodiment of Evil

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Villain or hero has probably been the titles of countless essays and articles arguing his true identity. However, one word should sway any still confused Shakespearian; and that is context. I believe William Shakespeare himself felt fine with the harshness given to Shylock for that is exactly how all Jews were treated in the context of his time...
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It is safe to say that no one was having this debate in the time of Shakespeare because no one thought otherwise. Though with all that said, if I were given the opportunity to have control over the portrayal of Shylock in a production of the Merchant of Venice, I would most certainly force the audience into feeling the utmost sympathy for him...
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