PLAYS - The Tempest 1610 William Shakespeare Prospero Duke of Milano Miranda Daughter of Prospero often called a Wonder Ariel An airy spirit

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The Tempest- 1610- William Shakespeare - Prospero- Duke of Milano - Miranda- Daughter of Prospero, often called a “Wonder” - Ariel- An airy spirit - Caliban- deformed slave Prospero and son of Sycorax - Alonso- King of Naples - Sebastian- Alonso’s brother - Antonio- Prospero’s brother, the usurping Duke of Milan - Federinand- Alono’s son, found in Miranda and fell inlove with her A Doll’s House- 1879- Henrick Ibsen - Nora, Torvald, Christine Linde, Krogstad A Raisin in the Sun- 1959- Lorraine Hansbery - Ruth and Walter A Tempest- 1969- Aime Cesaire - most colonial response to the tempest - European colonialization – voices of the colonist - Prospero- slave driving exploiter, praying on Calibans’ weakness and using his magic to deprive Caliban of his freedom - Prospero demonstrates inferiority complex - Prospero has no uplifting or generous characteristics; he is instead to reduced to greed and hunger for power - Caliban is a colonized native whose language and culture has been displaced by
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2011 for the course THET 110 taught by Professor Dail during the Spring '07 term at Maryland.

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PLAYS - The Tempest 1610 William Shakespeare Prospero Duke of Milano Miranda Daughter of Prospero often called a Wonder Ariel An airy spirit

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