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Essay | Kate Vs. Bianca

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Kate Vs. Bianca

Summary: Contrasts the characters Bianca and Kate from "Taming of the Shrew" by William Shakespeare. Describes the conflicting personalities of the two sisters. Questions if either character really finds true love in the play.
Shakespeare always had a way of writing plays that could be interpreted in all different types of ways. This is no exception in Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew. Kate, the main character, portrayed a woman who behaved quite maliciously and nasty towards others, especially men. Bianca, Kate's sister, was a beautiful, stuck up, spoiled little brat who attracted all the men. An audience might expect Bianca to be the one to obtain true love and Kate the one to be destined without true love forever. In all actuality, though, neither of the two really found true love.

At the end of the play, when Kate gives her final speech, she appears to have had a change in heart about her "shrewish" attitude. She talks with great certainty, or what seems to be certainty, about how women should obey men and be perfect little slaves, basically, to their...

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