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Mercader de Venecia

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The Merchant of Venice is a captivating play that explores themes of love, justice, and prejudice. The characters are complex and fully developed, with Shylock standing out as a particularly interesting and tragic figure. The play's plot is engaging and keeps the reader hooked until the very end.

Shakespeare's writing is, as always, incredibly well-crafted and thought-provoking. His use of language is beautiful and adds a layer of depth to the story. The play's exploration of antisemitism and the consequences of prejudice is still relevant today, making it a timeless piece of literature.

Overall, The Merchant of Venice is a powerful and thought-provoking play that will leave readers thinking long after they have finished reading it. Shakespeare's wit and wisdom shine through in this play, making it a must-read for anyone interested in classic literature.

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Un mercader asume una deuda de tres mil ducados para ayudar a un gran amigo, el prestamista: un judío, que además le odia. El mercader acepta el trato de entregar al judío en caso de falta de pago una libra de su propia carne y de preferencia de aquella que se encuentra cerca al corazón, pues está seguro que sus negocios tienen buen viento. Pero por azares del destino el mercader se ve en imposibilidad de pagar en la fecha pactada. Aceptará un juzgado que se ejecute la deuda del modo pactado aun cuando atenta contra la vida del mercader? Shakespeare nos cuenta como termina la historia.

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