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Speaking through Caliban: The Literary Techniques of Robert Browning....an analysis of the poem Caliban Upon Setebos
In "Caliban Upon Setebos" by Robert Browning, Caliban, an enslaved, gruesome character from William Shakespeare's The Tempest, is given a chance to speak his mind on religion, power, and human nature. In The Tempest Caliban's character comes off as coarse, brutal, and often drunken. Browning's poem shows a lighter, more eloquent and sensitive side of Caliban, thus offering restitution to Caliban, who may not have gotten a fair deal in his first appearance. The poem offers Prospero's beastly slave with a touch of charm and aspiration, making it a pioneering work. Using dramatic monologue,…
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