Merchant of Venice

CliffsComplete The Merchant of Venice  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at April 13, 2016
CliffsComplete The Merchant of Venice

CliffsComplete The Merchant of Venice: Complete Study Edition by William Shakespeare
English | 25 Apr. 2000 | ISBN: 0764585754 | 218 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

In the CliffsComplete guides, the novel′s complete text and a glossary appear side–by–side with coordinating numbered lines to help you understand unusual words and phrasing.

The Merchant Of Venice (2004)  

Posted by TinyBear at June 17, 2014
The Merchant Of Venice (2004)

The Merchant Of Venice (2004)
BRRip 480p - TinyBearDs | MKV | 848 x 360 | x264 600kbps 23.976fps | HE-AACv2 64kbps 2CH
Language: English | Subtitle: English/Russian/Spanish/Romanian/French Included | 2h 11mn | 626.04MB | 3% Recovery
Genre: Drama | Romance | Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 2 wins & 5 nominations.
IMDb Rating: 7.1/10 (25,705 users)

Venice, 1596. Melancholy Antonio loves the youthful Bassanio, so when Bassanio asks for 3000 ducats, Antonio says yes before knowing it's to sue for the hand of Portia. His capital tied up in merchant ships at sea, Antonio must go to Shylock, a Jewish moneylender he reviles. Shylock wraps his grudge in kindness, offering a three-month loan at no interest, but if not repaid, Antonio will owe a pound of flesh. The Jew's daughter elopes with a Christian, whetting Shylock's hatred. While Bassanio's away wooing Portia, Antonio's ships founder, and Shylock demands his pound of flesh. With court assembled and a judgment due, Portia swings into action to save Bassanio's friend.

The Merchant of Venice (2004)  

Posted by galmuchet at Aug. 10, 2013
The Merchant of Venice (2004)

The Merchant of Venice (2004)
DVDrip | XviD-1348 | [email protected] | 688x288 | Audio: English | Sub: French srt, Swedish idx/sub | DVD Cover & Sticker | 2h06 | 1.4 Gb
Drame | UK, USA, Italy 03 Dec 2004 | Director Michael RADFORD

One of William Shakespeare's most powerful comedies has been given a bold cinematic adaptation in this film version of The Merchant of Venice. Bassanio (Joseph Fiennes) is a young and vital member of the aristocratic classes in 16th century Italy; however, Bassanio's impulsive nature and lavish lifestyle have put him deeply in debt, and he will need at least the pretense of a fortune if he is to win the hand of the beautiful Portia (Lynn Collins)…

The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tvladb at Oct. 4, 2012
The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare

The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare
Publisher: Simon & Brown (October 14, 2011) | ISBN: 161382131X | Pages: 122 | PDF | 566.06 KB

"The Merchant of Venice" is the story of Antonio, the drama's title character, and his friend Bassanio. Bassanio is in need of money so that he may woo Portia, a wealthy heiress. Bassanio asks Antonio for a loan and Antonio agrees to this loan, however all his money is tied up in shipping ventures. Together the two go to Shylock, a Jewish moneylender, to request a loan for Bassanio to be guaranteed against Antonio's shipping ventures.

The Merchant of Venice (2004)  

Posted by serpmolot at May 11, 2011
The Merchant of Venice (2004)

The Merchant of Venice (2004)
HDRip | MKV | Run time: ~132 min | H264 1276x544 ~2430 kbps avg | 3.06 GB
audio#1: English | Dolby AC3 6 ch ~448 Kbps | audio#2: Russian | Dolby AC3 6 ch ~448 Kbps | Sub: English, Russian
Drama, Romance

Venice, 1596. Melancholy Antonio loves the youthful Bassanio, so when Bassanio asks for 3000 ducats, Antonio says yes before knowing it's to sue for the hand of Portia. His capital tied up in merchant ships at sea, Antonio must go to Shylock, a Jewish moneylender he reviles. Shylock wraps his grudge in kindness, offering a three-month loan at no interest, but if not repaid, Antonio will owe a pound of flesh. The Jew's daughter elopes with a Christian, whetting Shylock's hatred. While Bassanio's away wooing Portia, Antonio's ships founder, and Shylock demands his pound of flesh. With court assembled and a judgment due, Portia swings into action to save Bassanio's friend.

The Merchant of Venice - Classic Readers Level 3  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by kathleenuk at May 22, 2010
The Merchant of Venice - Classic Readers Level 3

The Merchant of Venice - Classic Readers Level 3
Publisher: Compass Publishing (March 1, 2009) | Language: English | ISBN-10: 1590490703 | mp3 | 61.56 Mb

Compass Publishing brings Charles Dickens' timeless morality tales to its line of Compass Classic Readers. English language learners of all ages will enjoy developing their vocabulary and reading fluency as they read about the miserly businessman Ebenezer Scrooge and his disdain for the Christmas holiday season, until he meets the ghost of his dead business partner, Jocob Marley, on one fateful evening. Students and teachers alike will be enchanted with this delightful adaptation of this enduring holiday classic.
Compass Classic Readers provide beginning and intermediate English language learners accessible adaptations of the greatest works of literature. Carefuly designed to retell the stories using vocabulary and sentence structure appropriate for one of six different grade levels.

The Merchant of Venice (2004)  Video

Posted by gigirosa at Oct. 12, 2009
The Merchant of Venice (2004)

The Merchant of Venice (2004)
English | MKV | Video Codec x264 ~2500 kbps | Subtitle: English/Romanian | 976x416 | 6Ch AC3 384 Kbps | 1.8 GB

Venice, 1596. Melancholy Antonio loves the youthful Bassanio, so when Bassanio asks for 3000 ducats, Antonio says yes before knowing it's to sue for the hand of Portia. His capital tied up in merchant ships at sea, Antonio must go to Shylock, a Jewish moneylender he reviles. Shylock wraps his grudge in kindness, offering a three-month loan at no interest, but if not repaid, Antonio will owe a pound of flesh. The Jew's daughter elopes with a Christian, whetting Shylock's hatred. While Bassanio's away wooing Portia, Antonio's ships founder, and Shylock demands his pound of flesh. With court assembled and a judgment due, Portia swings into action to save Bassanio's friend.
William Shakespeare, "The Merchant of Venice" (The New Cambridge Shakespeare, Updated Edition)

William Shakespeare, "The Merchant of Venice" (The New Cambridge Shakespeare, Updated Edition)
Edited by M. M. Mahood
Cambridge University Press | 2003 | ISBN: 0521532515 | 216 pages | siPDF | 5.7 MB

The Merchant of Venice has been performed more often than any other comedy by Shakespeare. Molly Mahood pays special attention to the expectations of the play's first audience, and to our modern experience of seeing and hearing the play. In a substantial new addition to the Introduction, Charles Edelman focuses on the play's sexual politics and recent scholarship devoted to the position of Jews in Shakespeare's time. He surveys the international scope and diversity of theatrical interpretations of The Merchant in the 1980s and 1990s and their different ways of tackling the troubling figure of Shylock.
Blood Relations: Christian and Jew in The Merchant of Venice

Blood Relations: Christian and Jew in The Merchant of Venice
Publisher: University Of Chicago Press | ISBN: 0226006816 | edition 2008 | PDF | 224 pages | 0,8 mb

In Blood Relations, Janet Adelman confronts her resistance to The Merchant of Venice as both a critic and a Jew. With her distinctive psychological acumen, she argues that Shakespeare’s play frames the uneasy relationship between Christian and Jew specifically in familial terms in order to recapitulate the vexed familial relationship between Christianity and Judaism.
Adelman locates the promise—or threat—of Jewish conversion as a particular site of tension in the play. Drawing on a variety of cultural materials, she demonstrates that, despite the triumph of its Christians, The Merchant of Venice reflects Christian anxiety and guilt about its simultaneous dependence on and disavowal of Judaism. In this startling psycho-theological analysis, both the insistence that Shylock’s daughter Jessica remain racially bound to her father after her conversion and the depiction of Shylock as a bloody-minded monster are understood as antidotes to Christian uneasiness about a Judaism it can neither own nor disown.
In taking seriously the religious discourse of The Merchant of Venice, Adelman offers in Blood Relations an indispensable book on the play and on the fascinating question of Jews and Judaism in Renaissance England and beyond.

The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare Made Easy)  

Posted by AlenMiler at March 7, 2009
The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare Made Easy)

Tanya Grosz, Linda Wendler, "The Merchant of Venice"
Publisher: Saddleback Educational Publishing, Inc. | 2006-08 | ISBN 1599051354 | PDF | 44 pages | 2.1 MB