Merchant of Venice

how does death represent "what men desire" the merchent of venice act 2, 7

the merchent of venice act 2,7

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I think that the gold casket represents the ridiculous extravagance of man's vanity. Men wish and even die for gold but it does nothing to add to their lives. Morocco's search for love is dead because he picked the superficial over the meaningful.