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Re-enter BIONDELLO, with LUCENTIO, and
Lives my sweetest son? (BIONDELLO, TRANIO, and Pedant run out. Bian. Pardon, dear father,
How hast thou offended ?
Vin. Where is that villain, Tranio,
Bap. Why, tell me, is not this my Cambio?
Luc. Love wrought these miracles. Bianca's love
Bap. But do you hear, sir ? [TO LUCENTIO.]
Vin. Fear not, Baptista; we will content you, go to: But I will in, to be revenged for this villainy.
Bap. And I, to sound the depth of this knavery.
[Exit. Luc. Look not pale, Bianca; thy father will not frown,
[Exeunt Luc. and BIAN.
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PETRUCHIO and KATHARINA advance.
Kath. Husband, let's follow, to see the end of
Kath. Nay, I will give thee a kiss: now pray
thee, love, stay.
A Banquet set out. Enter BAPTISTA, VINCENTIO,
GREMIO, the Pedant, LUCENTIO, BIANCA,
agree : ,
[They sit at table.
my sense; I mean, Hortensio is afeard of you.
Wid. He that is giddy, thinks the world turns round.
Pet. Roundly replied.
Kath. He that is giddy, thinks the world turns
with a shrew,
husband's sorrow by his woe:
Kath. Å very mean meaning.
Right, I mean you.
Bian. Head, and butt? an hasty-witted body
Vin. Ay, mistress bride, hath that awaken'd you?
Bian. Am I your bird? I mean to shift my bush,
[Exeunt BIANCA, KATHARINA, and Widow. Pet. She hath prevented me. Here, Signior
Pet. A good swift simile, but something currish.
Luc. I thank thee for that gird®, good Tranio.
Pet. 'A has a little gall’d me, I confess ; And, as the jest did glance away from me, 'Tis ten to one it maim'd you two outright.
Bap. Now, in good sadness, son Petruchio,
- no: and therefore, for as-
propose. Hor. Content:- What is the wager? Luc.
Pet. Twenty crowns !
Luc. A hundred then.
That will I. Go,
mistress come to me. Bion. I
go. Bap. Son, I will be your half, Bianca comes, Luc. I'll have no halves; I'll bear it all myself
A match; 'tis done.
How now! what news?
mistress sends you word That she is busy, and she cannot come.
Pet. How! she is busy, and she cannot come!
Ay, and a kind one too: