Humanities
ENG450 Gran Canyon Shakespeare Taming of the Shrew Argument Paper

ENG450

Grand Canyon University

Question Description

Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare suggests that The Taming of the Shrew focuses "on the battle between the sexes and on the process by which a strong-willed woman is made to submit to the control of her husband."

Drawing on both the introductory material and the text of the play, make an argument (900-1,200 words) for the ways in which Kate submitted to Petruccio's control or the ways in which she successfully resisted.

1. Be certain to craft an argument that you will then prove with your writing, avoiding unnecessary summary.

2. Be certain to provide specific evidence from the play and from the introductory material.

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The Taming of the Shrew by Shakespeare
Kate’s Submissiveness to Petruccio's control
“The Taming of the Shrew” is a play that compiles a number of themes in order to
investigate the treatments and bondages that women were facing during that time.
Shakespeare wrote the play under the shrew type of literature. Shrew is found to appear in
most forms of literatures. Shakespeare describes Katherine, a spirited woman who is later
forced into submissiveness of her husband Petruccio. The entire play revolves around these
two characters and Petruccio’s discovery of new ways to show Katherine error of her
behaviors and cultivate her into a proper and submissive housewife so that he can full control
of her.
At first, Katherine has a character of a rebellious, malicious, unhappy woman, and is
determined to make her voice to be heard no matter what it will cost. This woman does not
seem to have interest in getting married and therefore, she presents all the possible resistance
to prevent men from winning her. However, when Petruccio gets on the scene...

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