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Shakespeare Geek Mar 12
My daughter would like your opinions as part of her homework. The survey question is: “Does Petruchio ever demonstrate romantic feelings for Katherine?"
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Megan R
As a woman, having experienced a whole lotta female socialization over the course of my life, I’ve had it driven into my head that romantic gestures require sacrifice or willingness to change for your loved one. Mr. Darcy? Check. Benedick In Much Ado? Check. Petruchio? No.
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Pacific Repertory Mar 13
Benedict?? Seriously?
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Tim Sailer Mar 13
“Kill Claudio.”
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Megan R Mar 13
“Enough, I am engaged. <<I will challenge him.>> I will kiss your hand, and so I leave you. By this hand, Claudio shall render me a dear account. As you hear of me, so think of me. Go comfort your cousin. I must say she is dead, and so, farewell.”
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Megan R Mar 13
And it’s Benedick, not Benedict
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