The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare

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In The Taming of the Shrew, why does Curtis think Petruchio is "more shrew than she"? Act IV scene I.

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In this scene, Curtis, a servant of Petruchio , is told certain events that have transpired between his master and his new mistress, whom he has not yet met, but of whom he has heard that she is a "shrew." However, from what Grumio relates about what has happened, especially on their journey back to Petruchio's home together, this supposed infamous "shrew" does not seem shrew-like at all, but rather...

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