The Merchant of Venice portrays a Jewish gentleman named, Shylock, and his struggles over continuous misuse and mistreatment in a Renaissance era Venice. Prejudice against marginalised organizations often ignites an extended lasting feud, which can cause suffering and possibly violence. The Merchant of Venice plainly shows the result of prejudice being kept against Shylock and the desire to have revenge that he has. Racism performs a major role in his inspiration and is obviously seen to get the sole cause for his works. Without prejudice, none of the acts displayed in the Merchant of Venice could have happened. The role that prejudice takes on sometimes appears when: Shylock desires to murder Antonio without mercy or remorse and how Shylock turns into drunk with power through the trial.
Racism against Shylock is the key motivation for his activities exhibited in the play. Through the entire play Shylock is cared for as another class citizen and is normally spat after by Christians. After treatment such as this, presumed to come to be ongoing through his life time, he would definitely be ready to take РІР‚ВjusticeРІР‚в„ў after anyone who has wronged him. In one picture Shylock saysРІР‚СњMy deeds after my brain! I crave regulations. The penalty and forfeit of my relationship.РІР‚Сњ In this term it has become apparent that Shylock possesses been mistreated therefore harshly that he will not dread the afterlife and simply wishes for revenge. Second of all, he remarks РІР‚СљAn oath, an oath, I've an oath in heaven. Shall I lay