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Kiss Me Woman The Taming of The Shrew by William Shakespeare Love life and laughter - the three Ls of a successful relationship but only one person is laughing So which sex is the victim Men may use some clever ways to hide themselves to manipulate women and vice versa nonetheless Shakespeare implies the latter one feminine obedience is a clever disguise women adopt to get what they want from men or victims In his play The Taming of The Shrew Katherine is a shrewd shrew who disguises herself as a dependent wife by adopting obedience to get her way from Patricia who thinks he tames her yet in essence she tames him In return for her obedience Katherine gains the necessary needs for herself from herself and as well as from others in the play She begins the bout without a coach at her corner and with only her guileful wits but as she learns the ropes Katherine creates two different lives and sets strong goals for herself to KO her opponent Katherine fools everyone in the play by falsely changing her status and spirit as a shrew to a tame wife When Patricia and Katherine first coincide Katherine rages with her wits to imply her position as her refusal and as a cunning woman and To wish herself wed to one half-lunatic A madcap ruffian and a swearing Jack That thinks with oaths to face the matter outII I 287-289 furthermore she swears her proclamation in front of her father and her sisters suitors to further indulge them to her real countenance Her peevish speech pushes Petruchio as well as herself away from a supercilious position among the suitors Katherines snappy wits disillusion her audience which allows her to dominate her audience She forces their eyes to gaze at the red print that reads NOT FOR SALE written across a wooden board that swings back and forth around her
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