Baptista, Tranio, and Katherine are preparing for Katherine's wedding. Katherine has a conflict with her father because her father is allowing her to be forcefully married against her own will. Tranio and Baptista want Katherine to get married so her and Petruchio can move out. Bapsista and Tranio are trying to persuade Katherine.
Petruchio and his servant Grumio take a carriage to the wedding. Petruchio does not dress in formal clothing and arrives late to his wedding. The poor weather (raining) foreshadows that the wedding will not be very eventful. Normally weddings have sunshine and nice weather.
Petruchio Leaves with Katherine
Yes I finally have a wife and I am rich beyond belief.
Petruchio arrives in dirty and horrific clothing and everyone thinks so liitle of him now. Petruchio insists that Katherine is marrying him, not his clothing. however Petruchio is giving the impression that he is more focused on gaining riches than anything else. A metaphor is occurring as Petrucio is comparing Katherine to a dove.
The onomatopoeia occurs when Petruchio forcefully kisses Katherine. This is the "climax" of the conflict between Katherine and Petruchio. All of their previous actions builds up to this event. This event shows how everyone, including Katherine's father, is very excited to see her get married just for the fact that she will not remain in the kingdom. It is a rainy evening and Katherine's body language shows that she is shocked
At last, the witch has found a partner. The kingdom does not have to bear the terrible actions of her ever again!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I never agreed to this!!!!!!!!!
Petruchio finally has his wife that he has been searching for and he is extremely happy. Katherine on the other hand is very upset with the outcome of this as she did not have any say in this matter.