Merchant of Venice

Why it is such a crisis for Shylock that his daughter converted and married a Christian?

It is from The Merchant Of Venice Act 3 Scene 1. PLZ Answer this It Is A Homework in School.

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Shylock was deeply religious. Judaism was his identity. He clung to it in his pain. Having lost his money and his daughter he is yet betrayed again by his daughter's subsequent conversion. Jessica's conversion is te ultimate metaphorical knife in Shylock's back.

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