Antonio says that he trusts Bassanio and that all his money is available to him if he needs it. Antonio is also willing to die for Bassanio because he says, âGive me your hand, Bassanio; fare you well! / Grieve not that I am fallân to this for you,â (IV i 263). Antonio is telling Bassanio not to worry about him but to try and live his own life to the fullest...
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Antonio is telling Bassanio not to worry about him but to try and live his own life to the fullest. Antonio does not die but is given his life back by Portia because Shylock had broken the contract and threatened his life without reason and that is a crime in Venice. Antonioâs generous nature and sacrifice for his friend results in him living on, and not being killed...