Fixity is always momentary. But how can it always be so? If it were, it would not be momentary - or would not be fixity.
As many times as I've seen 'The Merchant of Venice,' I always take Shylock's side. For all the hatred that guy is shown, he has a reason to hate in return. He's treated cruelly. And it's tragic that he learns to be intolerant because of what others do to him.
Maybe I'm a dream artist, as they call it.
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