Taming Of The Shrew Misogynist

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Misogynism in Taming of the Shrew
` A misogynist is a person who repels, dislikes, or mistrusts women. There’s been several debates about this topic in Shakespeare’s comedy, Taming of the Shrew. Some believe that his play is quite sexist, and feminist have been on top of that, and the others believe that people are just comparing his play to modern times, and women were treated like that back then. The two sides each have a point, just depends in what point of view you see it at. Let’s look at it through the eyes of the people who believe the play is misogynistic. First off, throughout the whole play there’s been several comments that are used to hint that women are underlying to men. In the comedy, they had to do some “taming” on the woman,

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