William Shakespeare's Works/Comedies/The Merchant of Venice
The Merchant of Venice is a comedy by William Shakespeare, written at some point between 1596 and 1598. The plot of this play centers on the consequences of a merchant's failure to repay his debt to a skeevy moneylender. There is a subplot about the merchants young heir and his search for his one true love.
Acts[edit | edit source]
Illustration :  by Cristiana Apostol.
Dramatis Personæ[edit | edit source]
- The Duke of Venice
- The Prince of Morocco
- The Prince of Aragon
- Launcelot Gobbo
- Old Gobbo
- Servants to Portia