Discuss how Cesaire's personal history leads him to create this play.
How does colonization and the anti-colonization movement present itself in Cesaire's adaptation of this play? Cite specific examples from the text to prove your argument.
Define the term Prologue and discuss how Cesaire uses the Prologue to introduce the audience to his play.
Which character says "It takes all kinds to make a world"? Where in the play is this line spoken and in what context? What is the symbolism of this quote?
Why does Cesaire choose to adapt a play by Shakespeare to deliver his message to an audience? How does he stay true to Shakespeare's play and where does he change things? What is the benefit of this?
Define the term foreshadowing and provide three examples of how foreshadowing is used in this play.
When Prospero comes on stage in 1.2 he carries a megaphone. What...
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