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Portia overcoming the boundaries of Gender in The Merchant of Venice

Must use at least 8 references from the original text: The merchant of venice. Must be a thesis paper: i.e. develop a thesis, and follow an expository paper format around that thesis. It should follow the following tenants: 1. A compelling introduction that draws the writer in. 2. A thesis/argument clearly expressed at the end of the first paragraph. 3. My subsequent paragraphs have strong topic sentences: in other words, a sentence that supports my thesis and, in effect, keeps my paper focused? Avoid plot summary. Conclusion should reflect on the larger implications of the thesis/argument without repeating?
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