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The Tempest- Comparison and Contrast of Ferdinand and Caliban
Ferdinand vs. Caliban
<Tab/>Shakespeare's The Tempest includes a variety of character personality such as the drunk, determined, evil-minded, love-stricken, and intentionally good. Though at first it may not seem so apparent, most of the characters' attributes parallel each other in some aspect. Hidden in the story, though present, some of Prospero's qualities compare to Caliban's. More obviously though, were the traits of the two that contrasted. Although there are a few things that link Ferdinand and Caliban in comparison, their attitudes on each concept differ greatly.
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