The Tempest

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English

 

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March 31, 2015

 

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Caliban only wants to serve stephano: ‘How do you do your honour? Let me lick your shoe.Im not serving him, he’s a coward.’ (Act 3 scene 2). In this quote he shows that he only wants stephano to be his master, he also shows that he will be obedient to him and honour only him and be his slave as well he only wants to serve stephano and nobody else especially not a coward like trinculo...
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In this quote he shows that he only wants stephano to be his master, he also shows that he will be obedient to him and honour only him and be his slave as well he only wants to serve stephano and nobody else especially not a coward like trinculo. As he begins to worship the new comers in the first act when he is sober and in the second act when he is drunk he ends up despising them and getting very bossy with them, this shows that what he says when he is drunk is what he had been hiding when he was sober and has started to spill it all out...
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