The Merchant of Venice(16) [The Merchant of Venice]

The Merchant of Venice (16)

  " Now, you need myhelp, and you come to me and ask for money. I should tell you that a dog has no money. How can a dog lend you thirty thousand decatoes ? Or should I say thank you for spitting on my clothes ? Should I say that because of the these kind acts I will be pleased to lend you thirty  thousand decatoes ? 

  " If you lend us this money , " pleaded Antonio, " I will not call you names or spit on your clothes again. I am not asking you to lend us the money as if we were your friends. Lend it to us  as if we were enemies. Then, if we cannnot pay it back in time, you will feel better about making us pay the penalty. "


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