The Merchant of Venice (17) [The Merchant of Venice]

The Merchant of Venice (17)

  Shylock pretended to be surprised.
  " Antonio, I want to be your friend. I want to forget all the bad things you said to me. I won't make you pay interest for the money I lend you. "

  Bassanio thought this was kind.

  " Come with me to the judge, " said Shylock, " so  that he can write the contract. I will lend you thirty thousand decatoes for three months. You will pay no interest. just for fun, however, let's agree that if you do not pay me on time, you will give me one pound of your fresh from wherever I choose to take it. "

  Antonio agreed.
  He even told Bassanio that he thought Shylock was kind because he was not making them pay interest, but Bassanio didi not agree.
  " I won't let you do that for me, " he insisted.
  " The risk is too big. I would rather stay poor and in dept. "


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