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A simplified approach to Shakespeare: The merchant of Venice,

Author: Edward Francis Nolan
Publisher: Woodbury, N.Y., Barron's Educational Series [1971]
Series: Barron's book notes.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Study guides
Named Person: William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Francis Nolan
OCLC Number: 143393
Description: 131 pages 22 cm.
Contents: Background of the Merchant of Venice --
The Date of The Merchant of Venice --
The Sources of The Merchant of Venice --
Shylock-Villain or Hero? --
The Persons of the Play --
A Summary of the Action with Commentary --
Act I --
Act II --
Act III --
Act IV --
Act V --
Significant Criticisms: By Samuel Johnson --
By William Hazlitt --
By Augustine Skottowe --
By Anna Jameson --
By Heinrich Heine --
By G.G. Gervinus --
By Henry Morley --
By J. Dover Wilson --
By Margaret Webster --
By Toby Lelyveld --
Study Questions for Review, Discussions, and Papers --
Suggestions for Further Reading.
Series Title: Barron's book notes.
Responsibility: by Edward F. Nolan.

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