The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0250 Tuesday, 24 March 1998.
From: Kristine Batey <
Date: Monday, 23 Mar 1998 14:21:09 -0600
Ira Abrams wrote:
> it is clear that Shakespeare
>could imagine villains who were not Jews-just as he could imagine Jews
>who were not villains (i.e., Jessica).
Jessica-who proves she's really a good egg by converting to
Christianity. And sitting with her new Christian friends, laughing at
and making fun of the father who loves her.