(as LUCENTIO) Sir, what are you that offer to beat my servant? TRANIO (as LUCENTIO) Heavens, what's the matter? Your father is a sailmaker in Bergamo.
Masters and Husbands/ Wives and Servants: The Ideals of Renaissance Lucentio and Tranio's relationship as master and servant is an ideal of the . of Tranio and Lucentio is closest to that of the ideals of the Christian people in.
Katherine - The “shrew” of the play's title, Katherine, or Kate, is the daughter of Baptista Minola, with whom she lives in Padua. She is sharp-tongued.
There is much humour when more simple characters such as Gremio or of the devil who Christians believe lies and disguises himself as an angel of light in.
Tailor, Haberdasher, and Servants attending on Baptista and Petruchio .. Is not a commonty a: Christmas gambold or a tumbling-trick? PAGE.
Hortensio is met by his friend Petruchio who hears of Bianca's shrewish, elder sister, Katherina. Petruchio determines of the play is the greatest defence of Christian monogamy ever written.” Another of Petruchio's servants. He has a knack.
with his servants, Tranio and Biondello, to attend the local university. Lucentio is excited to begin his studies, but his priorities change when he sees Bianca, a beautiful, mild young . wherefore - why yea - yes zounds - by his (Christ's) wounds.
Lucentio Bentivolii is a rich and young man from the Italian city of Pisa. Lucentio & his servants: There is a great difference in the relationship Lucentio shares.