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CDA of Shylock`s Speech in Contexts of Power, Ideology and Identity. Dawood Hamada

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Dawood Hamada

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Издательство:
c. 104
2015 г.
ISBN: 9783659790027
Формат: 152x220



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Critical Discourse Analysis of Shylock's Speech in Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice in Contexts of Power, Ideology and Identity. The character of Shylock in Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice has been the focus of debate among scholars. Many notice that Shylock, the Jew, is portrayed as violent and robust, whereas others feel that Shylock is a "kind" Jew who is treated badly by Christians. Therefore, the question arises in this case is that: Is Shylock treated fairly or not?- Shylock has to show some mercy at the beginning of the court, but he is never shown any when he falls down.- The reasons behind Shylock's failure in obtaining "the self" can be attributed or ascribed to his brutal character. Though he likes money, he prefers a pound of a Christian's "rotten" flesh. His insistence on the literal implementation of the bond leads to his destruction. He neglects the fact that those charged with power are able to edit the language of "his bond" the way they like. - Shylock's power, Jewish ideology and Jewish identity are set aside since he "plays" with those who are charged in power. - Shylock is a money-hunger Jew who's interested in interests and ending the lives of others.

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