The Taming Of The Shrew Love Quotes

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1. West Side Story
More of modern day classic, West Side Story is about a New York gang member (Tony) who falls in love with another gang’s sister (Maria), but of course, they are rivals. Sound familiar? Everyone knows the classic love story of Romeo and Juliet, it is about Romeo that falls madly in love with Juliet, but their families (the Montagues and Capulets) are in a fight, so these love-struck characters can not be together. When they break the rules and go with each other, it sounds like a happy ending, but both families suffer the loss of a loved one fighting for land [102].

2. 10 Things I Hate About You
In Shakespeare 's The Taming of the Shrew is about a controlling father and his two girls, who live in Padua, Italy. The older
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“ Where is the fancy bred? In the heart or in the head?” is from The Merchant of Venice ( Act 3, Scene 2), the word “fancy” means love, so the quote means where is love from, the heart or the mind. Violet turned into a blueberry and he wondered if where the love for her came from, if she looked like that. Another is from Romeo and Juliet, “Is it my soul that calls upon my name” (Act 2, Scene 2), the was closed in a glass room with many people, which means he was feeling trapped so he was trying to find a way out, and his name was his calling…show more content…
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