Merchant of Venice

Notes

  1. ^ Merchant of Venice: Act 3, Scene 2, Lines 67–68
  2. ^ a b Muir, Kenneth (2005). "The Merchant of Venice". Shakespeare's Sources: Comedies and Tragedies. New York: Routledge. p. 49. ISBN 0-415-35269-X. 
  3. ^ Bloom (2007: 112–113)
  4. ^ Stanley Wells and Michael Dobson, eds., The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare Oxford University Press, 2001, p. 288.
  5. ^ Philipe Burrin, Nazi Anti-Semitism: From Prejudice to Holocaust. The New Press, 2005, p. 17. ISBN 1-56584-969-8.
  6. ^ The Virtual Jewish History Tour – Venice
  7. ^ Hales, John W. "Shakespeare and the Jews," The English Review, Vol. IX, 1894.
  8. ^ Lecture by James Shapiro: "Shakespeare and the Jews".
  9. ^ Newman, Louis I. (2012). Richard Cumberland: Critic and Friend of the Jews (Classic Reprint). Forgotten Books. 
  10. ^ Armin, Robert (2012). Sheva, the Benevolent. Moreclacke Publishing. 
  11. ^ David Mirsky, "The Fictive Jew in the Literature of England 1890–1920", in the Samuel K. Mirsky Memorial Volume.
  12. ^ Scott (2002).
  13. ^ Bloom (2007), p. 233.
  14. ^ Bloom (2007), p. 24.
  15. ^ Ziaul Haque, Md. & Das, Snigdha. "The Evil Bond in William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice: The Source of Irrationality", International Journal on Studies in English Language and Literature, vol. 2, no. 9; 2014, p. 88. Retrieved on April 01, 2015.
  16. ^ Bloom, Harold (2010). Interpretations: William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice. New York: Infobase. p. 27. ISBN 978-1-60413-885-6. 
  17. ^ Reuters. "Was the Merchant of Venice gay?", ABC News Online, 29 December 2004. Retrieved on 12 November 2010
  18. ^ Charles Boyce, Encyclopaedia of Shakespeare, New York, Roundtable Press, 1990, p. 420.
  19. ^ Warde, Frederick (1915). The Fools of Shakespeare; an interpretation of their wit, wisdom and personalities. London: McBride, Nast & Company. pp. 103–120. Archived from the original on 2006-02-08. Retrieved 28 April 2015. 
  20. ^ F. E. Halliday, A Shakespeare Companion 1564–1964, Baltimore, Penguin, 1964; pp. 261, 311–12. In 2004, the film was released.
  21. ^ Information about Sullivan's incidental music to the play at The Gilbert and Sullivan Archive, accessed 31 December 2009
  22. ^ Adler erroneously dates this from 1847 (at which time Kean was already dead); the Cambridge Student Guide to The Merchant of Venice dates Kean's performance to a more likely 1814.
  23. ^ Adler (1999), p. 341.
  24. ^ Wells and Dobson, p. 290.
  25. ^ Adler (1999), pp. 342–44.
  26. ^ Adler (1999), pp. 344–50.
  27. ^ Granach (1945; 2010), pp. 275–9.
  28. ^ "The Merchant of Venice – World premiere", Bregenzer Festspiele.
  29. ^ "André Tchaikowsky – Composer".
  30. ^ Nectoux, Jean-Michel (1991). "Gabriel Fauré: A musical life". Cambridge University Press. pp. 143–46. ISBN 0-521-23524-3 
  31. ^ Sammond, Nicholas; Mukerji, Chandra (2001). Bernardi, Daniel, ed. Classic Hollywood, Classic Whiteness. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. pp. 15–27. ISBN 0-8166-3239-1. 
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