4 April 2015
An analysis of two literary works illustrating respect as a matter of perspective.

This paper describes and compares the form of respect accorded to the two main female protagonists in Willie Wilkins “Woman in White” and Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew.
Both Marian and Kate in their respective roles are shown as headstrong and level headed women in a society where women are supposed to be flighty and discernibly submissive. Thus, we see the authors depict the two in a manner where the male protagonists subdue them or seem to subdue them by sheer force of will.

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