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An Analysis of the Utilization of Language in Two Plays and a Poem by William Shakespeare: The Taming of the Shrew, Richard III, and Venus and Adonis
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The language in The Taming of the Shrew Richard III and Venus and Adonis is a derivate that gives each of the main characters The main characters in each of these works utilize the language to gain control in different ways In Taming of the Shrew Petruchio extraordinary power of language is due in part to his genius and boldness to tame Kate and master control of her Similarly in Richard III the importance of language is used to achieve political power and Venus with her knowledge utilize language to try to charm Adonis Each of theses characters is out for their personal gain of control and power Taming of the Shrew we met Kate a young woman who always speaks her mind and is not afaraid to be rude and aggressive when she needs to be She wants a husband and is courted by Petruchio against her will The plot and theme is built around the language used by the main character Petruchio to tame Kates tongue The language becomes an important part of the courtship Petruchio is new in the town of Pauda he is unorthodox in every manner He is rude a bully and has complete disregards for all forms of this polite mannered society For example he announces immediately upon his arrival to his friend Hortensio I come to wive it wealthy in Padua if wealthy then happily in Pauda After hearing the stories of Katherina and the account of her good wealth he is eager to meet her Upon meeting the father Petruchio speaks loudly and openly with superiorty this gives him power and respect from his peers He is bold and is not afraid to say what is on his mind 21126-127 Then tell me if I get your daughter s love what dowry shall I have with her to wife This is yet another example of Petruchio boldness in his language Petruchio
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