Race and colonialism in The Tempest

Race and colonialism in The Tempest

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Term paper should combine the skills of close reading and contextual analysis:

First half paper should be contextual analysis of The Tempest by Shakespeare based on this 3 sources (+2 scholarly papers of your choice):

1. Ashcroft, Bill. Caliban’s Voice (chapter) 1st ed. London: Routledge, 2009. Print.
2. Loomba, Ania. Gender, Race, Renaissance Drama (chapter) 1st ed. Oxford: Oxford university press, 1997. Print.
3. Willis, Deborah. “Shakespeare’s Tempest And The Discourse Of Colonialism”. Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 29.2 (1989): 277. Web.

Second half of the paper should consist of close reading paragraphs and I would like you to find parts where the author describes the situations where Prospero getting rid of all the furniture in Caliban’s house and the part where he is cutting trees in his garden and other exams of the fact that Prospero doesn’t value anything that was precious for Caliban.

ask me anything if you have questions in the process with a structure of anything.

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