The Tempest: Caliban Unjustly Punished

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" We cannot miss him. He does make our fire, Fetch in our wood, and serves in offices That profit us - What ho, slave, Caliban." (Shakespeare 35) This shows that he is overworking Caliban and that he is just a piece of property. Also, Prospero thinks he is always moving slowly. When Caliban is first coming into the play, Prospero yells "Come forth, I say...
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When Caliban is first coming into the play, Prospero yells "Come forth, I say. There's other business for thee. Come, thou tortoise. When?" ( 35) This a prime example of Prospero harassing Caliban because Prospero feels he is not working efficient enough. In addition Prospero orally abuses him by saying rude things like, "Thou poisonous slave, got by the devil himself Upon thy wicked dam, come forth!" (35) Prospero is scolding him saying he is evil...
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