The Merchant of Venice

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  D.D.Halder
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SKU / ISBN No 01387101
Product Title The Merchant of Venice
Board ICSE
Subject English
Class Class 9
Publisher Selina Publishers
Author D.D.Halder
Publication Year 2017
Edition Revised Edition
No.of pages 130
Weight 180 gms
Binding Paper Back
Exam Reference Text Book

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Book Description
The work book and reference book for The Merchant of Venice is Workbook on The Merchant of Venice, Arun Deep's Self-Help to I.C.S.E.The Merchant Of Venice - 9&10
The Merchant of Venice is a romantic comedy by William Shakespeare which is universally popular for it bearing themes of love and the political issue of the fight between the Christians and Jews during the Elizabethan times. The play is very dramatic and consequently suits to all kinds of people. The play deals with divergent themes such as the nature of love and friendship (between opposite sexes, friendship between same sex), man's relation to money, the ethics of lending money at interest, the problem of loneliness and sadness, the value of civil law, the error of judging by external appearances, cross-dressing, and the also fact that no right guarantees anyone to take revenge or plot a villainy against someone. Shakespeare's greatness lies in putting together all these elements in The Merchant of Venice. The first act of The Merchant of Venice provides the exposition which puts the audience into perspective and introduces the necessary themes of the play. It also introduces characters and builds up dramatic situations so that the reader and audience has all the necessary information to enjoy the climax. There is a progressive development in plot and character. The characters and their motives, drive the plot forward in a series of scenes which provide the play with necessary pace and suspense. The tensions, fears and hopes of the characters make us enjoy each aspect of the play and we are made to go through different emotions along with the characters. The comic scenes make us laugh at the happenings on stage. Shakespeare brings in characters from different classes which help readers and audience from different parts of society to identify with the play. The characters' use of language

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