Taming Of The Shrew And Kate Relationship

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The play written by William Shakespeare of The Taming of the Shrew has a broad narrative about two sisters named Kate and Bianca. These two characters have an immense variation in their personalities which adds to the interest of the plot, and is a main source of conflict the play as well. As of Act Three, Kate’s and Bianca’s personality have played a crucial role in the development of the introductory storyline. Personally, comprehending that these two characters are sisters is profoundly atrocious. Firstly, Katherine (Kate) Minola is the eldest and unmarried daughter of Baptista Minola. She is also one of the main characters in the story as she is referred to in the title the "Shrew"of the play. Before I had commenced reading this story, I would have perceived Kate as a responsible and caring woman being the eldest daughter of her family, although I realized my expectations were terrifically inaccurate as the story proceeded. I understood why she has held the title of being unmarried for a long…show more content…
Based on what I’ve read so far, Kate is a selfish woman who has a despicable reputation within Padua. Through her anger tantrums, degradation of men, and her desire for the world to revolve around her, this portrays a conflicting character in my mind who is contaminated with an overload of unhappiness and jealousy. As I was reading, there were many scenarios in which the personality of Kate was deliberately exhibited. For example, when Kate had Bianca’s hands tied and was questioning her and then Baptista entered and ended the harassment. Kate mentioned: “What, will you not suffer me? Nay, now I see. She is your treasure, she must have a husband, I
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