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explain 'the better part of my affection would be with my hope' in act1 scene1

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Answered by Anonymous
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The better part of my affections would. Be with my hopes abroad. I should be still. Plucking the grass, to know where sits.

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Answered by Auspicious02
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"The Better part of my affection would be with my hope" - This line was said by Solanio, and it means that, if he had business ventures/operations abroad, then, a better part of his affection would be sailing the sea.

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