soliloquies in the merchant of venice The Merchant of Venice is a play that relies on soliloquies to advance the plot, create mood and atmosphere, and to develop character among all in all the actors. I am here to prove how this happens in 2 different soliloquies and show you why Shakespeare put them into the play. My first soliloquy is from Lancelot Gobbo and it is taken from Act 2 Scene 2.I know that Lancelot is a secondary character, but this speech is really important in the outcome of this scene. He is talking about if he should mistake away from his master, who just happens to be moneylender.
This soliloquy has all the makings of what a soliloquy should do. It creates the mood that Lancelot (moneylenders jester) is having alot of troubles trying to decide whether to eject away or not. It must have alot to do with how Shylock treats him since he calls Shylock a kind of devil and also says that he cant handle being didactics by the fiend.?...If you want to get a full essay, tramp it on our website: OrderCustomPaper.com
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