Taming of the Shrew: Introduction

Understanding the Many Readings of the Play The Taming of the Shrew can be a drastically polarizing play to those who study and perform Shakespeare. Like most of his plays, it can be interpreted in a wide variety of ways, but the two main readings of Shrew are particularly divisive. Some read it as a... Continue Reading →

Don’t be a Julia, Be a Silvia: Self-respect and relationships in The Two Gentlemen of Verona

As I read through/listened to The Two Gentlemen of Verona, I found myself to be more intrigued by the female characters than I was the male characters. I don't think it's just because I am a woman, and therefore related to them easier. I also don't think it is because Proteus is THE WORST (even... Continue Reading →

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