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Shylock in this play does suffer wrongs and has some valid points on Christian failings but he will always be seen as the rogue because of his constant greed and hatred towards Antonio- one of the most popular members of the play because of his generosity and affection. In Act 1 Scene 3 we meet Shylock for the first time, throughout the play there are times when we feel understanding for Shylock, however this is not one of them. The most obvious observation of this scene is the hatred of Antonio and dislike of Shylock. Shylock summarises his approach to Christians when he explains what he will do with Christians and what he won't ('I will buy with youâ€¦I will not eat with you').... ... middle of paper ... ...we not bleed?' However, essentially audience compassion is turned away from Shylock by his hatred of Antonio, to the extent of murder and the ruthless pursuit of profit.
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