Merchant of Venice

Comment fully on the following: " Ships are only made of wood and can be wrecked at sea, the possibility of pirates attacking the ships"

Who said the sentence, to whom, on what occasion and what element of literature can you find in the previous extract

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This seems like a paraphrase from Shylock speaking to Bassanio in act one. I'm not sure what you mean by "element" of literature. The lost ship at sea is a common motif in stories though.