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As the days p the Jew begins to hear news of mingled good and bad fortune. In Genoa Jessica and Lorenzo are lavishly spending the she took with her. The miser flinches at the reports of his daughters extravagance but for compensation he has the news that Antonios ships on which his continuing fortune depends were wrecked at sea. Portia much taken with Banio when he comes to woo her will have him wait before he tries to pick the right casket. Sure that he will fail as the others did she hopes to have his company a little while longer. Banio however is impatient to try his luck. Not deceived by the ornateness of the gold and silver caskets and philosophizing that true virtue is inward virtue he chooses the lead box. In it is a portrait of Portia. He chose correctly. To seal their engagement Portia gives Banio a ring. She declares he must never part with it for if he does it will signify the end of their love.
Gratiano a friend who accompanied Banio to Belmont speaks up. He is in love with Portias waitingwoman Nerissa. With Portias delighted approval Gratiano plans that both couples should be married at the same time. Banios joy at his good fortune is soon blighted. Antonio writes that he is ruined all his ships failing to return. The time for payment of the loan past due Shylock demands his pound of flesh. In closing Antonio declares that he clears Banio of his debt to him. He wishes only to see his friend once more before his . Portia declares that the double wedding should take place at once. Then her husband will be able to set out for Venice in an attempt to buy off the Jew with her dowry of six ducats.
fter Banio and Gratiano depart Portia declares to Lorenzo and Jessica who had come to Belmont that she and Nerissa are going to a nunnery where they will live in seclusion until their husbands return. She commits the charge of her house and servants to Jessica and Lorenzo. Instead of taking the course she described however Portia sets about executing other plans. She gives her servant Balthasar orders to take a note to her cousin Doctor Bellario a famous lawyer of Padua in order to secure a message and some clothes from him. She explains to Nerissa that they will go to Venice disguised as men.