The Taming of the Shrew Essay | The Taming of the Shrew: From a Game to a Reality

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The Taming of the Shrew: From a Game to a Reality

Summary: Essay discusses how the main character Petruchio shows a very important change in attitudes, values, and behaviors in order to help his friend and be the Lord of his family in Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew."
In The Taming Of The Shrew, by William Shakespeare, main character Petruchio shows a very important change in attitudes, values, and behaviors in order to help his friend and be the Lord of his family. Petruchio, he comes to Papua after his father's death to seek a marriage, he wants a woman with nothing but a lot of dowry. Under the introducing of his friend in Pedua, Hortensio. Petruchio finds out that Katherine Minola, Baptista Minola's elder daughter is the perfect woman for him to marry. And to help Hortensio to take a closer step to woo the beautiful Bianca, Katherine's younger sister. Without hesitation, Petruchio announces he is going to woo Katherine and marry her no matter how big of a unreasonable lady she is he could tame her with the smartest strategy and psychology to make her...

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