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I think, just as you said, the book's very title is a reference to Caliban, suggesting that he should be central to the story. I agree. Caliban in the context of colonialism represents the undesired member of that society - much the same as prisoners in today's society. In the Tempest, Caliban is taught English and his feedback to it, in the quote: When ...


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