The Merchant of Venice, by William Shakespeare

Table of Contents

Characters of the Play

Act I

  1. Scene I. Venice. A street.
  2. Scene II: Belmont. A room in Portia’s house.
  3. Scene III. Venice. A public place.

Act II

  1. Scene I. Belmont. A room in Portia’s house.
  2. Scene II. Venice. A street.
  3. Scene III. The same. A room in Shylock’s house.
  4. Scene IV. The same. A street.
  5. Scene V. The same. Before Shylock’s house.
  6. Scene VI. The same.
  7. Scene VII. Belmont. A room in Portia’s house.
  8. Scene VIII. Venice. A street.
  9. Scene IX. Belmont. A room in Portia’s house.

Act III

  1. Scene I. Venice. A street.
  2. Scene II. Belmont. A room in Portia’s house.
  3. Scene III. Venice. A street.
  4. Scene IV. Belmont. A room in Portia’s house.
  5. Scene V. The same. A garden.

Act IV

  1. Scene I. Venice. A court of justice.
  2. Scene II. The same. A street.

Act V

  1. Scene I. Belmont. Avenue to Portia’s house.

List of Illustrations

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  1. “Till I see my ring, I will not again look upon your face”
  2. “I will collect the Ducats and follow you as speedily as may be”
  3. “Do you not remember, Lady, a venetian, a young soldier?”
  4. “Look to my house — yes, look to it well”
  5. “Take this packet,” she cried
  6. “The Duke shall grant me Justice”
  7. “Here choose I. Joy be the consequence”
  8. “A pound of that same Merchant’s flesh is yours”

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