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Christopher Sly

Summary: Reviews why Shakespeare decided to include Christopher Sly in his tale of Taming of the Shrew
In the story of The Taming of the Shrew, by William Shakespeare, Christopher Sly plays a very minor part. At the beginning of the play he is kicked out an alehouse. While he's outside drunk a passing lord sees him and decides to use his in a little trick. The lord's plan was that he would take Christopher to his home and when he wakes up he would tell him that he has finally woken up after fifteen years of sleeping. The lord plans to tell Christopher that, in fact, he (being Christopher) is a lord and has been very sick. The lord plans to have one of his servants dress up as a women and pretend that he/ she is his wife. After meeting his "wife" Christopher asks him/ her if he/she wants to come to bed with him. He/she quickly makes up an excuse...

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