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  • Introduction, Scene 1
  • Welcome back, my lord!
  • ITS A TRICK
  • I hope you are better!
  • Act 1, Scene 1
  • We have arrived at Padua Master!
  • Act 2 , Scene 1
  • In this scene the lord plays his trick on Sly. The dialogue is between The Lord and the Servants and Sly. It is set in the lords bedroom and is a light room. The Lord and Sly both have fancy costumes. I believe this scene is important as it mimics the morals of Taming of The Shrew. This is evident when Sly wakes up from being Drunk and questions his position as Lord, but then accepts it. The main character Kate tries to object how women are meant to act but eventually gives in. This shows how this scene represents the morals and virtues of TOS, such as trying to be something your not
  • Act 3, Scene 2
  • This scene is between Lucentio and his servant Tranio, it set in Padua. Lucentio and Tranio speak about their arrival in Padua and what they shall do. The scene is in broad day light. This scene was chosen, as it sets up the rest of Taming of The Shrew. Due to Lucentios interest in Bianca, he devises a plan so that he will be able to sway Bianca and get Kate married. This scene introduces the main characters and leads to the introduction of other characters such as Hortensio and Vincentio
  • Act 4, Scene 3
  • In this scene Petruchio attempts to sway the bitter tongued Kate into marriage with him. This scene is set in Baptista's home where there are also many other suitors. The people in Bapista's home are rich and wear grand clothing such as robes. This scene is detrimental as it starts the relationship between Petruchio and the Shrew, Kate. This scene also shows how cleverly Petruchio outsmarts Kate and how this leads to the eventual marriage of her.
  • Act 5, Scene 2
  • Lets see who's wife is more obedient
  • In this scene the marriage between Petruchio and Kate occurs. It is set at a wedding venue and the people attending wear well fashioned clothes. Petruchio decides to teach Kate a lesson and comes to the wedding late with scruffy clothes. Petrucio embarasses Kate, and then decides to leave with her. I think this scene is important as it begins Kate's taming and shows how Petruchio wants more than just her marriage. This is evident as he purposely contradicts Kate , so he can embarass her. This scene also proposes whether Kate has any control in this situation just like Sly.
  • Why do you look so scruffy?... (cries)
  • You are also late! (cries)
  • In this scene Petruchio continues with his abrupt behaviour towards Kate, in the name of teaching her a lesson. It is set In Petruchio's countryside house. Kate even though accepting Petruchio's behaviour, is still shrewish. While this scene is based of a medieval chronicle, some social questions scan be raised that can be applied in today's society. Shakespeare also suggests that "No matter what cover you put on, your inner nature will come through".
  • I am being bullied by Petruchio!...
  • At the end of this play, a banquet is thrown for the marriage between Kate and Petruchio & also between Bianca and Lucentio. Petruchio holds a test most obedient between him and Lucentio. This scene shows the how Kate has been finally tamed. Kate also gives a speech which questions the social hierarchy and how women should not subjugate to men.
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