The Jew of Malta Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

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Using examples from the story, what are Barabas's attitudes about wealth when he considers 1. Himself. 2. Other people. 3. Material possessions. 4. Power.

Using examples from the story, what are Barabas's attitudes about wealth when he considers

1. Himself.

2. Other people.

3. Material possessions.

4. Power.

Consider the point of view of the Spanish in Act 1, Scene 2 and answer these questions. 1. Why should it be Spain's responsibility to protect Malta? 2. How are the self-interests of Spain satisfied by protecting Malta? 3. How would Spain generally benefit from defeating the Turks?

Consider the point of view of the Spanish in Act 1, Scene 2 and answer these questions.

1. Why should it be Spain's responsibility to protect Malta?

2. How are the self-interests of Spain satisfied by protecting Malta?

3. How would Spain generally benefit from defeating the Turks?

Why does Ferneze go to the Jews and not another source or sources to get the tribute money demanded by the Turks?

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