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Ten Great Male Characters of Shakespeare

Teacher: Mr Sindlinger's Idiosyncratic Puzzles
A greedy merchant of Venice who believes that everyone must live by a rigid, unbending rule of law.
This young banished Italian dies in a great, dramatic, & tragic error.
This Muslim hero of Shakespeare's great tragedy could not trust his wife, and that became his fatal flaw.
He is a funny character in Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" who provides much comic relief; for example, his head is transformed into that of a donkey in a quite amusing part of the same play.(By the way, Bottom is a weaver, not an actor, by trade.)
The last name of a fictional king who is thrown out into the wild of his own kingdom by two of his own greedy daughters...
His is the most famous, recognizable acting part in the entire world; his part also has the greatest number of spoken lines of all of The Bard's plays.
He is a man who, unlike Brutus, loves both poetry &, eventually, the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra.
This overweight jokester appears in three plays by Shakespeare. In two, he is a friend to Hal or future Henry IV. He also is the lead buffoon in "The Merry Wives of Windsor" who becomes a suitor of two married women.
This protagonist is persuaded to kill his "friend" and mentor Julius Caesar.
A Scottish nobleman who murders his way into becoming King of Scotland...