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The play, which misses the point of Shakespeare’s play, portraying Petruchio as a wife beater, picks up after the death of Kate. F 2/20/01 9:24 AM Page 21 Introduction to William Shakespeare 21 more difficult to tame. She withholds sexual favors, insisting that Petruchio bring her gifts to appease her, and she soon brings Petruchio around to his own capitulation. In 1633, the King’s Men performed both plays together at court. Theatre in London. Augustin Daly staged the first American production of The Taming of the Shrew, in 1887, in New York.
Affords: can provide. 104. ” 106. him: the page. 108. as he will: if he wishes. 109. He bear: he should conduct. 111. accomplishèd: performed. 113. low tongue: gentle voice. 118. with declining head into his bosom: with the page’s head lowered on Sly’s chest. 119. him: the page. as being: as if he were. 121. esteemed him: thought himself to be. 124. commanded: forced. 125. shift: purpose, trick. F 2/20/01 9:24 AM Page 31 CliffsComplete Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew Which, in a napkin being close convey’d, Shall in despite enforce a watery eye.
40 Lucentio Gramercies, Tranio, well dost thou advise. If, Biondello, thou wert come ashore, We could at once put us in readiness And take a lodging fit to entertain Such friends as time in Padua shall beget. 45 [Enter BAPTISTA with his two daughters, KATHERINA and BIANCA; GREMIO, a pantaloon, and HORTENSIO, suitors to Bianca] But stay awhile! What company is this? Tranio Master, some show to welcome us to town. [Lucentio and Tranio stand by] Baptista [to Gremio and Hortensio] Gentlemen, importune me no further, For how I firmly am resolv’d you know: That is, not to bestow my youngest daughter 50 Before I have a husband for the elder.