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  • The Merchant of Venice (20)
  • The Merchant of Venice (20) However , he knew he might not win Portia for his wife. Strength and bravery were not needed in a game
    of chance. If a strong man and a weak man play a game of chance, the weak man has as much chance of wining as a strong one. "
    ; If I do not choose a box, the prize might go to someone who is not worthy of winning it, " he said. " That is true, &q
    uot; agreed Portia, " an [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (19)
  • The Merchant of Venice (19) Portia The Prince of Morocco arrived in Belmont to court the Lady Portia. He was a very rich man and v
    ery strong. He was brave in war. He came to Belmont with some servants. People always knew when the Prince of Morocco was coming
    because his servants blew their trumpets. it was all very wonderful. the prince told Portia about his famous battles. He bra [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (18)
  • The Merchant of Venice (18) Antonio was certain that he would be able topay the money on time. " My ships come back a whole m
    onth before we have to pay the money, " he replied. " I expect thirty times thirty thousand decatoes when they arrive. D
    on't worry, my friend. " Shylock agreed. " What use to me is a pound of a man's flesh ? I cannot sell it. It w
    ould be better to have a pound of [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice(16)
  • The Merchant of Venice (16) " Now, you need myhelp, and you come to me and ask for money. I should tell you that a dog has no
    money. How can a dog lend you thirty thousand decatoes ? Or should I say thank you for spitting on my clothes ? Should I say that
    because of the these kind acts I will be pleased to lend you thirty thousand decatoes ? " If you lend us this money , "
    pleaded Antonio, [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (17)
  • 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. &qu
    ot; Come with me to the judge, " said Shylock, " so that he can write the contract. I will lend you thirty thousand deca
    toes for three months. You wil [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (15)
  • The Merchant of Venice (15) When he saw him, he remembered how much he hated him. However, he did not show his hatred. He tried to
    be friendly. "It's thirty thousand ducatoes for three months, isn't it ? " he asked. Antonio and Bassanio agr
    eed. " What interest willl you pay ? " he asked. Before long, Antonio and Shylock were arguing about interest. Antonio
    called Shylock some ba [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (14)
  • The Merchant of Venice (14) When Antonio told Bassanio to go to twon and borrow money, Bassanio visited Shylock, He asked shylock
    to lend him thirty thousand ducatoesand said he would pay it back in three months. " How do I know ou can pay it back ? "
    ; asked Shylock. Bassani smiled, " My friend Antonio will help me. If I do not pay you in three months, He will do it for me.
    " Now it was [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (13)
  • Shylock and Antonio There was another rich man in Venice. His name was Shylock. He earnede his money by lending money to other peo
    ple and making them pay interest. A lot of people borrowed money from him. Of course, Shylock's business had risks, too. Some
    times people were not able to pay back the money they had borrowed. Sometimes thy would not pay it back even ef they could. Whe [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (12)
  • The Merchant of Venice (12) Portia remembered that while her father was still alive, a young man called Bassanio came to visit the
    m from Venice. She liked him a lot. She thought he was brave and interesting and handsome. She hoped he would court her and be bra
    ve enough to choose a box. Perhaps he would choose the right box and make her his wife. Instead of this, however, she recieved new
    s [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (11)
  • The Merchant of Venice (11) The Scottish lord was no better. he began to agree with the English baron, and Portia told them both t
    o leave. The german duke was worst of all because he was drunk all the time. Portia thought that at his best, he was worse than a
    man, and at his worst, he was little better than an animal. She hopeed that he would not ask to choose one of the boxes, for if h
    e [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (10)
  • The Merchant of Venice (10) Her second suitor was a count. Portia did not like him because he always looked sad or angry ー or both. He never looked happy, and she was afraid that when he got old, he would be a very unhappy husband for her. Her third suitor was a French lord. Portia did not like him either because he did not have his own way of thinking. He tried to be just like every pers [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (9)
  • The Merchant of Venice (9) Portia was unhappy because she wanted a husband, but her father's will stopped her from choosing o
    ne that she liked. At the same time, it stopped her from refusing one that she didnot like. her father had arranged a kind of gues
    sing game for men who came to court his daughter. There were three boxes. Each one had something written on it. Every suitor had t
    o cho [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (8)
  • The Merchant of Venice (8) Bassanio was right about Portia. She was young, beautiful, and she was not married. However, like Anton
    io, she was unhappy and tired. She had a maid called Nerissa, and Narissa told her that people can get sick from having too much a
    s easily as they get sick from not having enough. " Those are wise words, Narissa, " Portia told her. " Wise words
    are not much go [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (7) 
  • The Merchant of Venice (7) " She is rich and young and beautiful. Her hair is like gold, and her face is always sunny and hap
    py. She is always smiling. Antonio! She is beautifuk. She likes me. I am certain she would marry me, " he explained. Antonio
    laughed. " You are my friend, Bassanio, " he comforted, " and I will help you. You know that all my ships are at se
    a just now, so I do not hav [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (6)
  • The Merchant of Venice (6) One day, Bassanio came to visit Antonio. This was not unusual because they were good friends. But this
    visit was more important than usual for Bassanio. He already owed Antonio a lot of money, but now he wanted to borrow some more. O
    f course, Antonio wanted to know why Bassanio needed the money. " I have been spending more money than I earn, " began B
    assa [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (5)
  • The Merchant of Venice (5) " Well. " said Solanio, " if you are not worried about your ships and cargoes, and you a
    renot in love, we don't know what is making you sad. All we can say is that you are sad because you are not happy. You might
    as well be happy because you are not sad. Then you could sing and laugh again. " " I think, " said Antonio, "
    that the world is a stage. Everybody has a par [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (4)
  • The Merchant of Venice (4) Antonio didin't agree. " I have a lot of ships and a lot of cargoes. If I lose on eor two, it
    does not matter, " hesaid. " I am not worried. I'm certain that you are wrong. That is not why I am sad. " So
    lanio toried to think of another reason. " You must be in love, Antonio ! " Antonio didn't agreed again. " No,
    I'm not in love, " he answered.(4/45)誤字を訂 [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (3)
  • The Merchant of Venice (3) They tried to imagine what it would be like if they had that much money and took such big risks. They t
    hought about storms and pirates. They thought about losing all that money. One of his friends, Salerio, said, " You are sad b
    ecause you are rich. You have too much to worry about with all your ships on the oceans around the world. " Another friend, S
    olanio, agre [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (2)
  • The Merchant of Venice (2) To become rich like this, the merchants had to take some big risks. It cost a lot of money to buy the s
    hips and to pay the people who worked on the ships. The merchants also had to pay for the things they bought. Sometimes the ships
    sank ina storm, and everything was lost. Sometimes the ships were attacked. Pitates stole the cargo or the ships. There were man [続きを読む]
  • The Merchant of Venice (1)
  • The Merchant of Venice (1) There was once a very rich man who lived in Venice. His name was Antonio. He became rich by buying and
    selling things. Venice is a city near the sea, in Italy, and a lot of ships arrive there. Antonio owned some ships. The ships went
    to other parts of the world, and the captains of these ships bought athings in other countries. They did not paymuch money for [続きを読む]
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  • Earl Gerald (7 完)
  • Earl Gerald (7) The knight slumped back on to the table, his helmet giving a heavy clank on the board. The horse-dealer ran away h
    ome with all the speed he could manage. And Earl Gerald's knights slept on.(7/7)1日置きまして、9月18日より新物
    語を再開いたします。どうか、ご了承くださいますように。 [続きを読む]
  • Earl Gerald (6)
  • Earl Gerald (6) Suddenly he dropped the bridle he was holding with a clatter and one of the knights stirred in his slumber. "
    Has the times comes ? " groaned the knight. The horse-dealer was struck dumb for a moment, but fianlly he replied. " No
    , not yet. But it soon will. "(6/7) [続きを読む]
  • Earl Gerald (5)
  • Earl Gerald (5) Almost one hundred years ago, Earl Gerald was on a seven-yearly ride when an old horse-dealer passed Gerald's
    sleeping knights in their cavern. He was amazed to see in the lamp-light the knights in their armor, slumped on the table fast as
    leep, and the fine horses waiting there.(5/7) [続きを読む]