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ENG220 Merchant of Venice

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Department
English
Course
ENG220Y1
Professor
Elizabeth Harvey
Semester
Winter

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Merchant of Venice 2272012 11800 PM Definitions of value y Exchange valuemonetary value y Esteemsocial value y Moral valuey Antoniomerchant expected to care more about exchange value and profit but in reality y Ii17 In sooth I know not why I am so sad that I have much ado to myselfy Melancholy exchange value draining happiness and real worldy Question of what Antonio values so much that he is so depressed y Salarino implies depression is from his risks in ventures y Your mind is tossing on the ocean as they fly by them with their woven wings y Wealth gives something to value y Stability as valuable than risk y My wind cooling my broth to kiss her burial y Constant revolutionizing of production uninterrupted disturbance of all social conditions everlasting uncertainty and agitation distinguish burgeois epoch from earlier ones y All fixed fastfrozen relations wither train of ancient and venerable prejudices and opinions are swept away y All new ones become antiquated before ossifying y All that is solid melts into air all that is holy profaned and man is compelled to face with sober senses the real conditions of life and relations with his kind y Marxy Predictability and constancy erratic and fluctuating character of passion often stressed objectionalble and dangerous features y Passions were divers easily exhausted and suddenly renewed y Spinoza man may differ in nature one agitated by passions And changeable and inconstant
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