Does "The Taming of the shrew" provide the audience with a fair representation of the treatment of and views towards women in the 16th and 17th centuries?

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" Sir Assurance, Let's each one send unto his wife And he whose wife is most obedient to come at first when he doth send for her shall win the wager which we will propose." (The Taming Of The Shrew p107). This stood out to me as an excellent representation of the plays meaning, and of the views that people had towards women in the 16th and 17th centuries. William Shakespeare's play "The Taming Of The …

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…Bianca. Title Author Publishing Company Date A Tudor Peter Chrisp Heinemann 1997 School Tudor Family Jane Shutter Heinemann 1997 Life How It Was Stewart Ross BT. Batsford 1992 In Elizabethan LTD Life The Terrible Terry Deary & Hippo 1994 Tudors Neil Tonge The Taming Roma Gill, Oxford 2001 Of The Shrew M.A. Cantab & B. Oxon Sixteenth Century Michelle Michnick (This piece was taken from the Women Internet, so there is no Pub- lishing company or date. )