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Is someone allowed to read Shakespeare, as Shakespeare was an anti-Semite (ex/ Merchant of Venice)?
Is someone's not allowed to, what should he do if he's in a situation where he cannot avoid it, such as a school?
A Ma'aseh Rav permitting this is Rav Zevin's halachic essay (in Le'or Hahalacha) on the very book you discuss. He obviously found it permissible to read and write about, so I can't imagine it would be prohibited...
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