- Bartholomew, the page disguised as Sly’s wife, says she cannot sleep with Sly because.
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Recommend to Librarian. However, it does not suggest that marriage should be undertaken for either pleasure or happiness. The authors encourage the husband to reason with his wife, rather than using physical punishment. Diamond, Arlyn, and Lee R.
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Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, This book provides a closer look at the tamer--Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew --and what he represents to Kate rather than the situation he and Kate are in during the play. Petruchio is the embodiment of the system Kate is trying to fight.
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The authors dive into the order and hierarchy of the time period and what Kate means to the world of women at that time. DiGangi, Mario.
Dolan, Frances. In the shift away from Catholicism to Anglicanism, more emphasis was placed on the importance of marriage over celibacy, and therefore sermons and household manuals provided normative views of the roles of husbands and wives. Depending on how one reads the final scene of Taming of the Shrew i.
This is an excellent historical source for understanding family dynamics. In examining Taming of the Shrew in a feminist context, this introduction provides a wealth of provocative interpretations to help broaden the discussion. Heilman, Robert B. Modern Language Quarterly Literary reference Center Plus. This is an interesting source because Heilman brings Taming of the Shrew into a modern era, which is fitting because this play seems to demand an update.
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