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What I hope to find out whilst doing this coursework- How Pertrucio traps Kate with powerful language How Kate to entices Pertrucio into believing he has entrapped her How Pertrucio uses sexual connotations to assert power over Kate whilst he pursuits her How Kate uses smart conversation in language to over power Pertrucio when he pursuits her How Kate uses powerful language to play the game and defeat Pertrucio without him knowing Throughout the whole of the play the Taming of the shrew the readers and watchers are trying to figure out weather or not Kate has actually been Tamed by Pertrucio after reading and watching the play I feel that people are being deceived because I dont think that Pertrucio has tamed Kate at all Why Kate is not truly tamed In William Shakespeares Taming of the Shrew Kate is not truly tamed because she simply follows Petruchios orders without changing her spirit Petruchio gets his hands full when he marries Kate She is a very wild and rough woman who needs to be tamed Baptista Kates father is obviously fed up with Kate and her savage manners for him to utter such strong words to his daughter Katherine is so feral that she will never be able to be tamed Throughout the play she remains this way On the way to Biancas wedding Petruchio threatens to turn back unless Kate agrees that the moon is shining and it is not the sun as it truthfully is Hortensio one of Petruchios friends advises Kate to consent to Petruchio Hortensio Say as he says or we shall never go Kate Forward I pray since we have come so fare And be it moon or sun or what you please Act 4 Scene 5 Kate is becoming very smart at obeying Petruchio She now understands how to get what she wants from him Her
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