Gender Roles In Shakespeare's The Taming Of The

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All in all, gender roles can be defined as the type of behaviors considered acceptable depending on a person 's sex. This is a very strong theme. This theme of gender roles is seen in both modern media and also in Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew.” Not only is it presented as an expectation but also as a way of living in both examples. Gender roles are very known throughout our society and also a common theme in writing. Human beings express gender roles so often in their life that it becomes more than just a habit, it’s a way of life. Shakespeare used gender roles in his play to the point that made his readers actually think he believed everything he wrote, but we are still left with a question. Did he

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