critique # 2 - 1 Maryam Tabatabaei I watched The Taming of...

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Maryam Tabatabaei I watched The Taming of the Shrew for my second critique. I saw it on Thursday, September ninth at Old Globe Theater and it’s located downtown in Balboa Park, San Diego. The Taming of the Shrew is written by William Shakespeare, And the company producer is Old Globe Theater. Now I Would like to talk About genre, plot, main action, main characters, the purpose of them to serve in forwarding the action, the main conflict, the climax of the play and effectiveness of the play. Also I would like to talk about my ideas about them play and what I liked the most and what I didn’t. In my opinion the genre of the play is mixture of comedy and music, but it was mostly comedy play. The story was about two sisters and their rich father one of those sisters was a shrew girl and didn’t like to get married because she thought if she got married then she would lost her freedom and needed to abbey her husband but during the time that they live It was a common thing for the family to find a husband for daughters in orderly. I mean the first girl who was Katherine needed to get married first and after that her second sister had a chance to get married. Although the second one was a attractive and compliant girl but the other bad tradition on that century was that suitors chose their wives according to how wealthy they are or their fathers are so the noble men of the town gather together to found a solution to how get married the
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