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Essay heading: The Tempest - Barbarism versus Civilization
 
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Date added: July 1, 2009
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However, his actions are justified. Until Prospero arrived on the island, Caliban was his own king. The island was left to him by his mother, Sycorax. Nevertheless, Prospero took charge of the isle and eventually enslaved Caliban. "…Thou strok’st me…I loved thee…" is part of a quote that illustrates Caliban’s relationship with Prospero before he was his slave...
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Prospero comforted Caliban and gave him water and berries; he taught him how to speak, as well. During this time Caliban loved Prospero and showed him the features of the island, "The fresh springs, brine-pits, barren place and fertile…" Caliban regrets helping Prospero as he says towards the end of his speech, "Cursed be I that did so!" Caliban feels this way due to his imprisonment...
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The Tempest - Barbarism versus Civilization   The Tempest - Barbarism Versus   Compare and contrast the ways in which prospero talks to miranda, ariel and caliban   Explore how the character of Prospero develops in the course of The Tempest. How does the Prospero of Act One Scene Two compare to that we hear in the final scene of the play? Compare your interpretation of the play with that of other critics.   The Tempest: Caliban   The Tempest: Caliban   The Tempest: Caliban's Ignorance   The Tempest (prospero Vs. Cali   The Tempest: Caliban Unjustly Punished   Explore the ways in which Prospero is presented as a character in William Shakespeare's ?The Tempest'   Prospero Constructs the Tempest Hierarchy and Returns Affairs to a "Natural" State   Island   once on this island   The Island   The Island  
 
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