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Title: "In what ways is ?The Taming of the Shrew' an appropriate title for the play?". An exploration of Shakespeare's dramatic presentation of Katherina.

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Subject: English
Date: March 30, 2008
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She does as she pleases and will not be told any different, especially not by her father. In an attempt to settle her down he suggests that Bianca, her younger sister, cannot marry until Katherina is. "Not to bestow my youngest daughter before I have a husband for the elder"...

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(1.1.50-51). This does not seem to have a generally positive effect on her behaviour but creates an incentive for Bianca to try to change her sister's ways. As the play progresses the audience witness certain behaviour levels change. As Katherina becomes better behaved and well mannered it becomes apparent that Petruchio's behaviour is declining...

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