1. What does Brown mean when he says that
is “radically ambivalent” and
“exemplifies…a moment of historical crisis”(268-269)? How does this description of the play
connect with his overall argument?
2. How does Brown use the terms “masterlessness” and “savagism” in making his argument?
3. Does Brown think that we should see Caliban as a victim of colonialism? If so, why? If not, why not?
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