Plants in The Taming of The Shrew

Apple: [1.1.134-139]; crab [2.1.228-234];apple-tart [4.3.86-92]. Chestnut: [1.2.205-207]. Cypress: [2.1.343-352]. Hazel: [2.1.239-253]. Hemp: crack-hemp (a bird?) [5.1.36-40]. Love in Idleness, (pansy): [1.1.148-156]. Mustard: [4.2.23-30]. Oats: [3.2.203-205]. Onion: [Intro.1.123-127]. Parsley: [4.4.99-104]. Rose: rose-water [Intro.1.54-57]; [2.1.170-176]. Rush: [4.2.39-45]; [4.5.12-15]. Sedge: [Intro.2.49-53]. Walnut: [4.3.63-68].

General References: [Intro.1.18-20]; sweet wood, [Intro.1.47-48]; flower [Intro.1.54-57]; fruitful, garden, [1.1.1-9]; orchard [2.1.108-113]; nut, twig, flower, kernel [2.1.239-253]; grove [2.1.255-256]; fruitful land [2.1.360-367]; sugarsop [4.2.78-84]; malt-horse [4.2.117-119]; plant (v.) [4.2.158-163]; budding virgin [4.5.36-40]; bush [5.2.44-48]; buds [5.2.138-143]; straw [5.2.172-177].

Advertisements

One Response to “Plants in The Taming of The Shrew”

  1. Plants « PLANTS Says:

    […] Labour’s Lost, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Merchant of Venice, As You Like It, Taming of the Shrew, All’s Well That Ends Well, Twelfth Night or What You Will, The Winter’s Tale, […]

Comments are closed.


%d bloggers like this: