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The Taming of the Shrew Keeping within the imaginative boundaries of human life without becoming overly outlandish the comedy demonstrated in the play was often sardonic lighthearted and always entertaining The comedy revolves around a group of men and the conflict that ensues between them in the battle to win the heart of a wealthy mans beautiful and gentle daughter Bianca These men disguise themselves assume false occupations and even hire others to deceive and charm young Bianca Though this would normally be an easy feat of the daughter simply choosing a groom a wrench is thrown into the gears Bianca has a sister named Kate A woman who does not lack in beauty but blessed burdened with the disposition of a shark and a temper to match It is the four mens misfortune that Bianca cannot be married until the storm of a woman Kate weds This man vs man conflict is further accentuated by this horrible stroke of luck named Kate However a gentleman storms onto the scene which I believe is named Petruchio professing his love and adoration for Kate and against her evil will whisks her away and makes her his wife Soon after Bianca takes her true love and everyone laughs at the ill fortune of he who married Kate This is a wonderful build up for a lesson on deception vs honesty Though two of the men in cooperation to win Biancas love found and married beautiful modest women their relationships seem final and destined Meanwhile Petruchio takes Kate away and deals with his choice honestly simultaneously flattering her mentally aggravating her and depriving her of food Though this hell ensues for sometime there is a day where Kate begins to lose her hatred and ill ways Tough love huh This play at its center is about accommodation It is about the acceptance and understanding that
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