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Battle of the Sexes

Summary: The display of human emotions is an everyday occurrence. These emotions range from happiness to sorrow, love to hate, aversion to desire, all of which are revealed in the two short dialogues from Much Ado About Nothing and The Taming of the Shrew. Shakespeare has managed to convey his views on the position of women and men in society. Both these scenes center on the wooing of women, and how the whole ordeal affects them.
Battle of the Sexes

The display of human emotions is an everyday occurrence. These emotions range from happiness to sorrow, love to hate, aversion to desire, all of which are revealed in the two short dialogues from Much Ado About Nothing and The Taming of the Shrew. Wide assortments of emotions are displayed in abundance throughout both these scenes. There are times when the characters strengths are shown and when their weaknesses are exposed. In both dialogues, there is a common goal of the male and the female. Both Petruchio and Benedick want to woo their "women" so they can have them for their own, while Katherine and Beatrice object. In both of the scenes, it seems that the women have the upper hand symbolizing the fact that in real life, although men are portrayed as the strong figurehead, it is the women that truly rule...

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