The Merchant of Venice Act 4 Journal

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Liang 2 Victor Liang Mr. Perlman English 10H, Period 4 27 May, 2009 “The Merchant of Venice” Act IV Double-Entry Journal 1. Shylock, Scene 1, Lines 59-62: “So can I give no reason, nor I will not (More than a lodged hate and a certain loathing I bear Antonio), that I follow thus A losing suit against him. Are you answered?” Shylock gives his only reason for wanting Antonio to die at his hand: he hates Antonio. Shylock hasn't changed at all. He shows no sympathy or pity for Antonio. He is merciless and is determined to take Antonio's life. 2. Duke, Scene 1, Lines 3-6: “I am sorry for thee. Thou art come to answer A stony adversary, an inhuman wretch Uncapable of pity, void and empty From any dram of mercy.” The Duke pities Antonio for being opposed by Shylock. Antonio isn't the only one who thinks that Shylock is ruthless and never feels guilty. The relationship between Antonio and Shylock not only effects them, but everyone around them as well. 3. Antonio, Scene 1, Lines 6-13:
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