The Taming of the Shrew Act 4 Scene 3 Name_________________________________________________ Period ______ Find examples of the following in the play: Common uses of language Act.scene. in Shakespeare’s plays line-line Example (summarize or paraphrase) 1. Action suggested through dialogue 2. Banter that uses plays on word, puns, or double meanings 3. Banter that has a bawdy (sexual) tone 4. Characters that (purposely?) misunderstand each other 5. Invective (vivid expressions of anger) 6. Description of scenes that take place off stage 7. Prose being used for servants or other lowborn characters 8. Poetry being used for high-born characters 9. Ending scenes with a rhyming couplet Journal #10: The Taming of the Shrew Act 4 Scene 3 Imagine it is the evening after Act 4 Scene 3 and Katherine sits down to vent her frustration in her journal. What would she write about her situation and her relationship with Petruchio? To get started, re-read Katherine’s monologues at 4.3.2-16 and 4.3.78-85. Based on her thoughts in those monologues, as well as what you know of her from the whole play so far, write the journal entry from Katherine’s point of view.