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In Act 3, Scene 1 of the Merchant of Venice, how does Shylock explain his desire for revenge? (Can select multiple

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-He wants to harm anyone who does not charge interest on loans.

-He has learned to act this way from observing Christians.

-He wishes to use Antonio's flesh to feed wild dogs.

-He believes that Jewish and Christian people are essentially different and cannot understand one another.

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