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False identities lies and deceit Lucentio from The Taming Of The Shrew and Tom from The Talented Mr Ripley did all of these things They both lied about what they like or what they did They both took false identities to get the girl that they wanted to like them Though they have many similarities comedies and dramas end very differently The Talented Mr Ripley is a drama and ends in tragedy The Taming Of The Shrew is a comedy and ends with happiness Lucentio and Tom both lied to get what they wanted from people who were supposed to be able to trust them Lucentio lied about where he was from and that he was a schoolmaster there to teach Bianca Tom lied about going to Princeton with Dickey Greenleaf liking jazz liking sailing and art Toms lie wasnt as bad as lucentios but he still wasnt being honest about who he rally was Lucentios more serious and harder to get out of LucCam I read that I profess the art of loveIV ii 11 Both of the characters took false identities to get the girl that they liked Lucentio said he was a schoolmaster named Cambio to be able to get close and get to know Bianca so she would fall in love with him Lucentio worked with his friend Tranio getting more people involved in his lies and false identities Tra You will be a schoolmaster and undertake the teaching of the maid I I 197 205 Tom told the girl he liked that his name was Dickey Greenleaf the son of a rich boat owner so the girl would think that he was rich and famous This time Toms false identity was more serious because his ended in tragedy and deceit Lucentios ended with him getting Bianca A comedy ends differently than a drama in that a comedy everything is normal at the end order in
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