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Master and Servant Relationships
In the play "The Tempest," by William Shakespeare, there are masters with many servants, such as Prospero has a servants and one of them is Caliban. Caliban is Prospero's slave, frequently referred to as a monster by the other characters. Another one of Prospero's servants is Ariel. Ariel is Prospero's servant until Prospero decides to release him.
<Tab/>Prospero's servant, Caliban says that Prospero stole the island from him in Act 1 scene 2. Through this speech, Caliban says that his situation is like Prospero's, whose brother usurped his throne. The relationship between Pr…
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