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ETS 121 Week 5 Class Notes

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Introduction to Shakespeare
D. Callaghan
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mia Notetaker on Friday October 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ETS 121 at Syracuse University taught by D. Callaghan in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Shakespeare in English Textual Studies at Syracuse University.

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Date Created: 10/07/16
Introduction to Shakespeare Week 5 Notes Marriage- Kate & Petruchio- Normal Marriage: Theirs was arranged and not formed out of love or some previous kind of bond. Married for Kate’s dowry and Petruchio's high status Bianca & Lucentio - Abnormal Marriage: Arranged through ‘lies’ and ‘love’, odd for the time period they lived in. Is the master-servant relationship similar to husband wife?: ● Abuse ● Hierarchy ● Lower (servant/wife) as common objects Arse/Ars- A switching of letters & words to make a new meaning of a word or relate one thing to another thing. Another example of this is Cate/Kate Petruchio’s Hierarchy: ● “Kill a wife with kindness” ● He aims to tame Kate through a Machiavellian scheme ● He wants to restore a proper patriarchy in his home ● He does this by attempting to break Kate through ○ Keeping her awake ○ Not letting her eat ○ Tearing apart her bed ○ Ripping apart her clothes Free Speech- ● Kate claims that she has a free speech ability ● Though women during this period were denied such a right, to the point of being beaten by their husbands for speaking out. ● “To be a slave is to not be able to speak one’s mind.” Final Questions: ● Does Kate submit in the end? ● Is she tamed? ● Is the change permanent? ● Has she been changed against her will? ● Should her final speech be read seriously? Sarcastically? REMEMBER THE MIDTERM ON MONDAY! Good luck everyone~


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