The Taming of the Shrew
A raving misanthrope is transformed into a model of wifely deportment — but not without a struggle. Fast-paced dialogue and earthy humor contribute to the enduring popularity of this tale of a 16th-century battle of the sexes. Convenient size and low price make this unabridged edition perfect for students.
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BIAN BION Biondello bride Cambio comes CRE\T CUKI CUKT curst daughter doth Dover dowry Enter entreat Exeunt Exit fair Bianca father fear ﬁe ﬁnd ﬁne ﬁre ﬁrst ﬁt fool froward gentle gentleman gown hast thou hath hear hither honour horse husband I-IOR KATH Katharina kiss knave knock leave Licio look lord lute Madam maid Mantua marry master mean merry Minola mistress muscadel never noble gentleman Padua Pedant Petruchio Pisa pray prithee Re-enter roundly SCENE Semiramis Servants shrew Signior Baptista Signior Gremio Signior Hortensio Signior Lucentio Simois Sirrah sister stay suitor sweet Kate tell thee thine thou canst thou hast tongue Tranio unto Verona villain Vincentio wench widow wife wilt win my love withal word