This character is a wealthy landowner in Padua. He has two daughters; the younger daughter is much sought after, but he has resolved that she should not marry until her older sister is married.
This character is the younger of two daughters of a wealthy landowner in Padua and is much sought after by her suitors.
This servant character takes on a disguise and pretends to be a schoolmaster so that he can get close to the wealthy landowner’s younger daughter.
This servant at his master’s country house says of his master, “"By this reck'ning he is more shrew than she.”
This wealthy suitor to the landowner’s younger daughter tells the landowner in Act II, “I am your neighbor, and was suitor first.”
This character is the main servant to the gentleman who marries “the shrew” in the play...
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