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A Tempest is related to much of the other texts represented in this site in various ways.The trials of Caliban and Ariel are related to the oppression felt in No Telephone to Heaven ( by Clare (Note 1).Those links are ones that are referred to in other pages on this site.

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Actually, Cartelli relates Clare to Miranda in her search for identity (Note 2). Caliban's denial of his name and opting to go with "X" instead, much like Malcolm X to shed the name give to him by his master (Note 3).

Clare decides not to use the privilege her light skin affords her and embraces the "Caliban [or the Savage] within." This makes one wonder which one Clare is closer to, Miranda or Caliban? Cesaire hands this one to us thought as if we aren't smart enough to understand his allusion. This play is obviously connected to Shakespeare's The Tempest which is seen more mainstream than perhaps this play would be.

They seem to like the one in Cesaire's play better.

I am the student of language; he, the master of language.

The story is the same: a big storm, an angry Duke who's been usurped by his brother, all the devoted courtesans, and, of course, the natives.

This play deals mostly with the natives, Ariel and Caliban. James,and Franz Fanon, and he as inspired newer Caribbean writers like Michelle Cliff.

A Tempest was originally written in 1969 in French by Aime Cesaire and translated into English in 1985 by Richard Miller.

It is written as a postcolonial response to The Tempest by William Shakespeare.

*** Cesaires ATempest/page001this page is an excellent resource.

The author here has some quite insightful views on the psychology behind Prospero's and Caliban's actions in play. Butterfly and A Tempest, and then contrasts them with their respective imitated plays.


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