So the story ends, as you know, with Kate and Petruchio living happily ever after, while Hortensio and Lucentio soon learn that their "sweet" wives are no more than shrews themselves! (WOMEN...)
FOR YOUR INFORMATION:
We are having a TEST on Taming of the Shrew on TOMORROW.
You will be asked to:
I hope that you know this already, but:
Literary TERM = Literary DEVICE = Literary TOOL
Literary Terminology from today's review:
Have a great vacation week(end). Enjoy your break. Hug your Mom. Eat turkey. Be thankful.
Whew! It has been a while since I have updated this blog. Sorry, Folks.
For the past week or so we have been reading the Taming of the Shrew, taking a couple of quizzes, and trying to get a better understanding of Shakespeare's day. Right now we are at the end of Act III, and we have completed all of the packet questions for Act I, II, and III.
Today in class, we looked at the PBS website to see a little bit of Shakespearean handwriting AND to get a look at another piece of writing from the day, a piece that instructed parents to help their young teenagers become less violent. Check out the links here; they are quite interesting.