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In the beginning, Caliban is forced into humility, but now he opts to be humble. He just gives up. There is no mention of a dual conspiracy to get Stefano to kill Prospero and then Caliban try to kill him. Caliban just accepts his plight. If anything has been truly stolen from Caliban, it is his sense of pride; but even he contributes to that theft. He definitely makes his plight with Prospero even harder when he tries to violate his daughter, Miranda (1.2.350351).
Figure 58: Essay Excerpt on Caliban, The Tempest
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