The Merchant of Venice

Where are the dramatic Unities in the Merchant of venice by Shakespear?Plzz help the dramatic"classical" unities are: 1 time 2 setting 3 action

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There are no real classical unities in Shakespeare's dramas in general. In the Merchat you could argue that there are the unities of setting and action, because there are only two places (Venice and Belmont) and only two actions that are also interwoven (Antonio-plot and Portia-plot). There is definetly no unity of time in here (duration of the whole thing is at least three month!)