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The Tempest - Shakespeare

Develop the stereotypes

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

Explain who Cali is

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

Looks at contemporary debates and resists them

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

Nature is more - can a devil child become civilized

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

"Trash"

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

Noble savage or diabolical monster

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

Oh I have suffered with those I that I saw suffer

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

A prince of power - seeks power on island

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

Hence his ambition growing - Antonio (prospero's brother)

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

My commander - A to P

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

This islands mine, by Sycorax my mother, which thou tak'st from me

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

By his cunning hand hath cheated me of the island

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

The isle is full of sweet airs that give delight and hurt not

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

And then I loved thee - Cali of P

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

I pitied thee, took pains to make thee speak, taught thee each hour one thing or other - Miranda The language of the oppressor in the mouth of the oppressed becomes the language of the slave

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

I'll swear join that bottle to be thy true subject, for liquor is not earthly

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

A devil, a born devil, on whose nature, nurture can never stick; on whom my owns humanely taken all, all lost, quite lost

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

Thou poisonous slave

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The Tempest - Shakespeare

A brave new world

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LINK BETWEEN THE TEMPEST AND DR FAUSTUS

Devil

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Dr Faustus - Christopher Marlowe

God and religion are important but have become a human construct. Dr F fails when he rejected but critical of pope, Faustus deteriorates into a court jester

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Dr Faustus - Christopher Marlowe

What a piece of work is man - humanism, Shakespeare

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Dr Faustus - Christopher Marlowe

Pope never seen doing anything religious - the proud pope

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Dr Faustus - Christopher Marlowe

Church is too affluent, materialistic - crown, banquet for St Peters

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Dr Faustus - Christopher Marlowe

The learned Faustus, fame of Wittenberg - shows decline

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Dr Faustus - Christopher Marlowe

No mortal can express the pains of hell - old man warns

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Dr Faustus - Christopher Marlowe

F rebels against his body, his natural instinct - blood congeals, homo fuge - man, flee

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Dr Faustus - Christopher Marlowe

Exhort the wise only to wonder at unlawful things - don't do them

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Dr Faustus - Christopher Marlowe

Rebel by simply starting the conversation

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Dr Faustus - Christopher Marlowe

All corners of the new-found world

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Dr Faustus - Christopher Marlowe

Rebels against mephostophillis, good angel even

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Dr Faustus - Christopher Marlowe

My heart is hardened, I cannot repent