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TAMING OF THE SHREW Katherinas Evolution Katherina in my opinion is smart and quick witted I do not feel sorry for her because she brought her situation on herself by letting Bianca and her father harass her Katherina is shown to be a shrew at the start of the play As we delve into the play we find that Katherina is not really a shrew but a caring and loving person She acts shrewish because she feels inferior to her younger sister who has three suitors Katherina acts like a shrew most of the time because it is the only way she knows how to get anyones attention positive or negative Katherina has a great desire for a husband to love and care for her She is lucky that her father will not let Bianca get married because if this happens Kate will be forgotten and would never get married Kate is fortunate enough to have a rich father because somebody is bound to marry her because of her worth Petruchio is looking for a rich girl to marry Petruchio is not only in the wedding for money He is attracted to Kate because of her fiery disposition her reputation of being a shrew and how violent she was Petruchio turns out to be a smart understanding and patient man Katherina is lucky to have a man who cares for her like this and who wishes to tame her He is attempting to train this wild Kate who has become even more vicious because of the lack of suitors Petruchio intends to tame Kate by denying her clothes and food He is clever to do this because it is just like a cult where they deprive you of food and you lose the ability to make your own choices I feel sorry for Kate right now because she is going to become very hungry and wild She might injure herself in the taming process
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