“We Are the Jasons, We Have Won the Fleece”: Antonio's Plot (and Shakespeare's) in The Merchant of Venice (What Really Happens in the Play)
The European Legacy 15 (2):149-158 (2010)
|Abstract||This essay argues that the many allusions to the golden fleece motif in The Merchant of Venice provide us with the key to unlocking the meaning of its plot, one that Shakespeare has deliberately shrouded in mystery but at the same time has made available to us|
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