The humiliation is all mine. You forced me to accept this man against my will.
Go, daughter. I cannot blame you now for weeping.
Petruchio shows up late
But where is Kate? Where is my lovely bride?
Now we’re even sadder to see that you’ve come so unprepared. For heaven’s sake, take off that get-up. It’s a disgrace to a man of your social position and an insult to this solemn ceremony.
Wedding ceremony commotion
Now pick them up—if anyone dares.
Kate is very upset that Petruchio is late to the wedding. Baptista tries to calm her down.
Petruchio makes Kate leave// Detailed scene// literary device
But as for my bonny Kate, she must come with me. just like my house and everything in it, and my field, my barn, my horse, my ox, my donkey—anything of mine you care to name.
Look, if you love me, stay. I won’t leave today. Not tomorrow, either. I’ll leave when I’m good and ready As for me, I’ll leave when I like.
Petruchio arrives at the wedding and Baptista is frustrated with the way he's acting, dressed up and prepared for the wedding.
Petruchio is being very rough in the wedding. He pushes and swears inside the church, which offends the priest.
After the wedding, Kate wants to stay for the feast and her family wants her to stay too. But Petruchio yells and says that Kate belongs to him and she has to leave. Kate becomes angry and does not agree with Petruchio.