The Tempest: Caliban's Ignorance

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January 15, 2014

 

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Shakespeare portrays Stephano's view of Caliban as an ignorant slave by taking advantage of the "monster"(Shakespeare, Act II, Scene II, line 31) while he is intoxicated. At first glance of Caliban, Stephano decides that he is a being lesser than he. For this reason, to himself, Stephano discusses his plan to enslave Caliban: "recover him and keep him tame and get to Naples with him"( Act II, Scene II, line 69-70)...
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Shakespeare portrays Stephano's view of Caliban as an ignorant slave by taking advantage of the "monster"(Shakespeare, Act II, Scene II, line 31) while he is intoxicated. At first glance of Caliban, Stephano decides that he is a being lesser than he. For this reason, to himself, Stephano discusses his plan to enslave Caliban: "recover him and keep him tame and get to Naples with him"( Act II, Scene II, line 69-70)...
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