The Taimer Versusthe Trainer

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The Tamer versus the Trainer

Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew and Henry Higgins in Pygmalion are similar characters but with very different methods. The periods in time in which these plays take place are determining factors in the behaviors of the characters involved. The Taming of the Shrew takes place in the Elizabethan Era at a time when men were considered to be superior to women. Pygmalion takes place in the Victorian Era where social roles were viewed natural and status was acquired among most of London’s society. These two characters in their periods of time can be perceived as humanitarians or professionals; but really they are both perfect examples of how pride and self centeredness can make a man take on the complicated task of taming or transforming a woman. A comparison of their differences will reveal their successes but with very dissimilar results. Petruchio is a quick witted wealthy bachelor with a disregard for social decorum in search for a rich wife to increase his fortune. He doesn’t care if a woman is ugly, old, or shrewish as long as she has money. He sets off to Padua to visit a friend and hears about Katherine Minola. Katherine has a reputation of having a temper and an acid tongue, in short she’s a shrew; but her father is rich. Petruchio despite Katherine’s reputation agrees to marry her because money is what makes him happy. Let the taming begin!

In his taming efforts, he acts like a jerk on his wedding day and throughout the honeymoon so that Katherine can get a taste of her own medicine. He constantly yells, swears, abuses his servants, and gets erratic and cruel. Then he uses different psychological techniques with the intention to manipulate her. He starves her, deprives her of sleep and continues to contradict everything that Katherine says in order to have her behave the way he wants. Finally, he…...

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