The Jew of Malta
The Jew of Malta Symbolism, Imagery & Allegory
Sometimes, there’s more to Lit than meets the eye.
The Slave Market
Flush with his recovered gold, Barabas shows up at the slave market to spend a little cash. There, he buys Ithamore and turns him into his evil sidekick. So, it's obviously an important setting for...
Stereotypes are ugly, Shmoopers. And persistent. The stereotype that Jewish people have big noses was even old 500 years ago, and Marlowe wasn't about to let it go without milking it. When The Jew...
Okay, this is legitimately weird. Barabas has been killing people left and right, way caught up in the hustle and flow of his schemes, and within the space of a few breaths he goes from being the m...
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