In William Shakespeare’s plays, Antonio is the Merchant of Venice, however who is the moor of Venice?

In William Shakespeare’s plays, Antonio is the Merchant of Venice, however who is the moor of Venice?

  • A) Romeo
  • B) Othello
  • C) Hamlet
  • D) Macbeth

Correct Answer is Othello.

In William Shakespeare’s plays, Antonio is the Merchant of Venice, however Othello is the moor of Venice. In Shakespeare’s play moor of Venice in merchant of Venice is Othello. He is a middle-aged merchant who has his financial interests wrapped up in abroad shipments before the play begins. He is an influential, powerful, and wealthy aristocrat of Venice.

He was a generous and friendly man who had a habit of lending money. He did not charge interest on the money, which lowered the interest rate in Venice, harming Shylock’s and other professional moneylenders’ companies.

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