This is the setting of the play and the location where Baptista is a wealthy landowner.
This refers to an explanatory scene or framing device within a dramatic work that stands outside of the main action.
This term refers to the money, goods, or estate that a woman brings to a marriage. Baptista spends much time in the play haggling over this aspect of his daughters’ marriages and proposals.
The Haberdasher is commissioned to make this object for Kate.
The Hostess scolds Christopher Sly for breaking these objects during his drunken revelry in the Induction.
Christopher Sly is found by the Huntsmen sleeping outside of this establishment in the Induction.
This is Lucentio’s destination for expanding his horizons and for study when he decides to stop for a while in the play’s main setting.
The Pedant who impersonates...
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