With her response, some critics believe that Portia emphasizes the motif of "love as a form of money." What could be pointed out in this respect?
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Which resonse in particular are you referring to. I could guess, but it would be better if you could provide me with a quote so I know where you are?
In Act 3, Scene 2, Bassanio has chosen the lead casket, and is overjoyed when he sees Portia's portrait and the scroll, but he is also anxious. Why? Also, I am not exactly sure which response the question is referring to, but I believe it to be this one: "Myself, and what is mine, to you and yours / Is now converted"