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Taming of the Shrew: Chasing Kate

Summary: Summarizes the William Shakespeare play, Taming of the Shrew. Describes the evolution of the character of Kate. Analyzes the relationship between Kate and Petruchio.
Imagine two people who are almost exactly alike on the outside but are actually completely different on the inside, but that person didn't know that the other person was different until it was too late. That is the basic gist of the play Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare. The main characters Kate and Petruchio seem alike throughout the play, both shrew-like in their qualities, but one stays the same and the other eventually changes to the complete opposite. Kate and Petruchio are actually different because both of their styles of wit are different, their feelings toward marriage are different, and how they feel about the "taming of the shrew" throughout the play is different.

Kate and Petruchio each have their own style of wit when they talk to other people. Kate prefers more of a rude approach when she is approached by...

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