- Describe Kate’s wedding
The wedding takes place on Sunday outside Baptista’s house. Every person is present for this special occasion except Petruchio. The wedding party becomes increasingly uneasy as time elapses without the arrival of the tardy groom. Katherine believes that she is only being stood up. She chooses not to be humiliated publicly and thus leaves the party. Immediately after, Biondello draws near the party before announcing that Petruchio is on his way to the party. He mentions that he is in dressed in clothes that are not only worn but also mismatched, and rides an old and diseased horse. Grumio is travelling with him and his dressing is not much different either. Soon, Petruchio arrives and insists he will not change his attire since Kate is being married to him and not his clothes. While t6he principals make their way to church, Tranio and Lucentio rein behind as they discuss the need for someone to take the role of Lucentio’s father. This person is to assure the availability of the wealth Tranio has guaranteed Baptista so as to win Bianca.
According to the report by Gremio, the Kate’s wedding took place amid a struggle that culminated in the priest being struck by Petruchio. Petruchio makes it clear at the wedding reception that the feast shall continue though the bride and her groom will not be present. This makes Kate furious and she demands that they stay. However, Petruchio could not listen. He insists on leaving with all that he possessed. This included Kate. As the couple leave, the guest are left amazed at what they have just seen.
- Differences evident between The Taming of the Shrew and Ten things I Hate About You
There are notable differences between “The Taming of the Shrew” and “Ten things I Hate About You”. The Taming of the Shrew takes on notable controversy of the dominance of males during the time of Shakespeare. On the other hand, “Ten things I Hate About You” contains the subject of the ability of female to have control and influence over males. Much emphasis has been laid on sexual power possessed by a woman. In “The Taming of the Shrew”, relationships are more of one-sided marriages while in “10 Things I Hate About You”, a genuine feeling is portrayed by dating and relationships.