What is clear, however, is that these plays are an untapped source for insights into the Renaissance landscape of European theatre, attesting to a much more wide-spread exchange than we are aware of. He saw Kathrina as nothing more than a challenge. Quote from Taming of the Shrew: Example from 10 things: In the movie, Micheal helps Cameron get closer to Bianca and comes up with the plan for him to get her. In the movie, her date was paid to take her out and she eventually found out the truth and was very upset but in the story written by Shakespeare, she did not figure it out and lived happily ever after. Both texts were supposed to be funny and humorous.
One of the most noticeable power relationships is between Batista and his daughters Kate and Bianca. The film shows evidence of both trusting relationships, and untrusting relationships. It is introduced as farce, and we are supposed to laugh at what it so obviously proclaims. Owing to the dramas cosmopolitan subjects and dateless elements. I know what I want to write.
She is the eldest daughter of a wealthy Italian nobleman named Baptista, and the sister of a girl named Bianca. Differences In the Plot 9. I hate your big dumb combat boots and the way you read my mind. The younger daughter cannot date until the older daughter does Different: 1. Some of which depict superficial love, motivation by money and love-at-first-sight. Although they are both viewed as 'shrews', Kat is an opinionated woman who isn't afraid to say what she thinks or feels, while Katherine is someone who's voice isn't taken seriously, so she has to be physically abusive towards other people for them to notice her.
Katherine, better known as Kat, is a very smart, strong opinionated, and independent young woman. Altough Lucentio and Cameron are both teachers to their versions of Bianca, Lucentio taught Bianca Latin as Cameron taught Bianca French. Her response is often to lash out at others at will, and this shows us the responses that people are likely to have, and the effect on Katherine and kat that it has had. In taming of the shrew, the play is sexist as it looks down towards woman and how they should obey their men. Taming of the Shrew and 10 Things I Hate About You had many similarities, but it also had many differences. Although there are many similarities there had to be different changes made so that the movie would appeal to people nowadays.
The movie was released in 1999 as a romantic comedy and as a modern adaptation of Shakespeare's famous play. This is resolved after they apologise to each other, and the film finishes stereotypically happy. This decision prompts Gremio and Hortensio to devise a plan to marry Katerina off to somebody else, so that they can compete for Bianca's affection. However, as compared to the play, the movie simplifies many things; it cuts out an outer frame which begins the theme of deception, and also excises one of Bianca's suitors. When comparing these two texts and observing the themes, it is indisputable that these contexts have shown the similarity and differences of the values during the time, thus, it shows the evolution of society. In 10 Things I Hate About You, Cameron pretends to know French to be near Bianca. What are 10 things that are similar between the two texts? The same thing happens in the movie when Patrick agrees to date Kat for the money presented to him.
Between the 1590s and 1620s, English acting companies travelled across the continent, carrying with them numerous texts by Shakespeare and contemporaries. Kat is a feminist who has very strong opinions and values. I hate it when you make me laugh, even worse when you make me cry. He is aware of the availability of drugs and alcohol in teen culture, and the probability teens retain of having sexual relations. The theme of many people wanting to all date the same person relates to both of these pieces.
Bianca, on the other hand, is beautiful, outgoing, and way more into boys than she needs to be. They did maintain several original scenes and even used several direct quotes from the original play. When Petruchio finally shows up he is ridding a broken down old nag and dressed in some of the stupidest clothes ever seen, as if his goal is to mock Katharina. He treats Katherine like an animal in order to tame her and have her under control. The way that this issue has been presented by the film and the play suggest that the importance of playing the traditional gender role has changed over time.
The use of film techniques and modern day music are used in 10 Things to appeal to a modern audience, while Taming of the Shrew is represented using literary techniques. Tranio, at once Uncase thee. All the people to see her gasp at her radience and you can tell she is feeling like the luckiest girl in the world. The significant difference between the two is that in Taming of the Shrew, Katherine's speech reveals that she has been defeated and how she is now obedient and tamed. In Ten Things not much reference is paid to the impacts your wealth had on the respect you received in society. Petruchio and Patrick have different approaches in taming their lovers.
Bianca is a beautiful and popular girl in her little English town, but untouchable when it comes to marriage. There is no pedant in 10 things I hate about you 8. Within the two texts, intextuality is illuminated through the use of appropriation and transformation. It is thought that no man would ever want Katherine due to the fact that she would be temperamental and disobedient. Cameron tutors Bianca just like Lucentio 10.
The story continues with men competing for Bianca, and a man named Petruchio interested in marrying Katherine for money. High School, Modern America and an Old City, Padua — Kat in the play gets married before she falls inlove and Kat in the movie falls for Pat before they start officially dating — Taming of the Shrew was produced in 1967 and 10 Things I Hate About You was produced in the 20th Century -In 10 Things I hate about you, status and popularity is viewed differently. In Ten Things I Hate About You, the composer illustrates a similar point, the idea of a girl needing proper behaviour. The differing roles of men and women of the time are apparent to those of the Elizabethan times. Theme : Disguise In The taming of the shrew , the theme of disguise is seen alot. The character that the journey is taken through is Kat.