Shakespeare Scene Analysis
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This paper deals with Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew" and looks at how Shakespeare uses blocking figures and complication as devices to set the scene and move the plot forward.
From the Paper:"Upon reading three of Shakespeare's works, I have decided to analyze the first scene found in the first act of "The Taming of the Shrew." I chose to analyze this scene because of the fact that I found all of the characters in this play to be complex and above all, interesting. I also found the plot to be Shakespeare's best; as it encompasses many themes such as blocking figures and complication found in common life situations regarding the somewhat tumultuous pursuit of love and happiness."
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