Caliban (whose name is almost an anagram of Cannibal and also resembles “Cariban” , the term then used for natives in the West-Indies).
The morality of Colonialism.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Different views
For example: Gonzalo’s Utopia, Prospero’s enslavement of Caliban and Caliban’s subsequent resentment.
Calliban - Most natural characters</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>There is evidence that Shakespeare drew on Montaigne’s essay Cannibals, which discusses the values of societies insulated from European influences while writing The Tempest.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>The lens of Postcolonial theory.
Effect of the Colonizer (Prospero) on the Colonized (Ariel and Caliban) .
Ariel is used- as a symbol of colonization on their culture.</li></li></ul><li>Conclusion:<br /><ul><li>Michelle Cliff, for example, a Jamaican author has said that she tries to combine Caliban and Ariel within herself to create a way of writing that represents her culture better. </li></ul>Thanks to <br />The Department of English<br />
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