Reading responses

React to at least one contention in minimum three out of the following six texts (all in our Bedford edition of The Tempest):

Daniel Wilson’s “The Monster Caliban” (1873)
Excerpt from E. M. W. Tillyard’s The Elizabethan World Picture (1944)
George Lamming’s “A Monster, a Child, a Slave” (1960)
Excerpt from Ania Loomba’s Gender, race, Renaissance Drama (1989)
Deborah Willis’s “Shakespeare’s Tempest and the Discourse of Colonialism” (1989)
Ronald Takaki’s “The ‘Tempest’ in the Wilderness” (1993)

Choose a contention that you completely or partially agree with; generally agree with but object to on ethical, historical, or philosophical grounds; or absolutely cannot accept. Account for your opinion in detail, and quote from the play in support of your opinion whenever possible. As before, you are more than welcome to write from the point of view of a character in the play or any other suitable persona.

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