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Portrayals of Shylocks
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.0451  Tuesday, 7 March 2000.

From:           Ken Adelman <
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Date:           Monday, 6 Mar 2000 10:20:58 EST
Subject:        Portrayals of Shylocks

Does anyone have film clips, videos, or even photos showing different
types of depictions of Shylock?  I am interested in showing my class how
the same character-this character, Shylock-may be presented as grubby
and dirty, or proper and majestic, and I know that Shylock had been
portrayed on stage in these ways, and more.

How can I best show that, rather than merely orally describe it?

Any help would be warmly appreciated.  As Hamlet says, "I am poor even
in thanks."

Ken Adelman

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