Is it possible for an otherwise straight man to be struck by a bolt of gay lightning and next scene end up declaring his undying love to a beautiful young Adonis? Death in Venice is about a 50 year-old famous writer — Gustav von Aschenbach — who was once married his wife died long ago and is the father of a now-grown daughter. The man in question is a year-old art dealer named Peter Harris. More intriguingly, Harris is haunted by a teenage crush he had on the best girl friend of his older gay brother, who the brother died years earlier after contracting AIDS, and in particular by a memory of his brother and the girl standing in the water as he sat on the beach, an image that except for the girl part is lifted from the final scene in Death in Venice , where, as Aschenbach suffers a cholera-induced heart attack, he watches Tadzio wade into the ocean. I also wondered if it might be possible for a teenage kid watching his older brother die of AIDS to completely sublimate his own homosexual feelings, to the point that they are a total shock to him when they surface 25 years later.
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Shylock in William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice The play begins in Venice where the wealthy merchant Antonio is talking to his young friends about the reasons for the depression. Antonio claims not to understand himself his sad nature. Bassanio arrives with the news that he wishes to court a wealthy, beautiful heiress named Portia. In order to present himself to Portia he wants to borrow ducats.