History Fridge / TheTamingOfTheShrew

18th Sep '15 4:17:32 PM WarriorsGate
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* The lord is introduced praising his (well-trained) hunting dogs. In retrospect, of course a person like that would enjoy having plays in which women are tamed performed.
10th Jul '13 8:49:25 AM Lale
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* Shakespeare's ''Theatre/TheTamingOfTheShrew'' is arguably funny and light-hearted when you first look at it, but the protagonist seems to be developing Stockholm Syndrome by the end....
** Willy's good old Ode to Wife Beating? I think that goes in several places, but it's very apparent even slightly into the play.

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* Shakespeare's ''Theatre/TheTamingOfTheShrew'' is arguably funny and light-hearted when you first look at it, but the protagonist seems to be developing Stockholm Syndrome by the end....
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** Willy's good old Ode to Wife Beating? I think that goes in several places, but it's very apparent even slightly into the play.play.
** Or Ode Against Wife Beating, given how Petruchio emphasizes how he can tame his wife ''without'' beating her. Still not compatible with modern values, but...
14th Jun '12 12:44:03 PM FELH2
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* Shakespeare's ''TheTamingOfTheShrew'' is arguably funny and light-hearted when you first look at it, but the protagonist seems to be developing Stockholm Syndrome by the end....
** Willy's good old Ode to Wife Beating? I think that goes in several places, but it's very apparent even slightly into the play.

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* Shakespeare's ''TheTamingOfTheShrew'' ''Theatre/TheTamingOfTheShrew'' is arguably funny and light-hearted when you first look at it, but the protagonist seems to be developing Stockholm Syndrome by the end....
** Willy's good old Ode to Wife Beating? I think that goes in several places, but it's very apparent even slightly into the play.
30th Apr '12 4:59:58 PM Ekuran
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* Shakespeare's ''TheTamingOfTheShrew'' is arguably funny and light-hearted when you first look at it, but the protagonist seems to be developing Stockholm Syndrome by the end.... Of course, owing to ValuesDissonance this may fall more under plain-old AccidentalNightmareFuel.

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* Shakespeare's ''TheTamingOfTheShrew'' is arguably funny and light-hearted when you first look at it, but the protagonist seems to be developing Stockholm Syndrome by the end.... Of course, owing to ValuesDissonance this may fall more under plain-old AccidentalNightmareFuel.
3rd Feb '12 2:27:49 AM Dottore
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** For its day, it was quite progressive and can easily go under ValuesDissonance.
3rd Feb '12 2:26:42 AM Dottore
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** For its day, it was quite progressive and can easily go under ValuesDissonance.
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