A Tempest: Based on Shakespeare's The Tempest, Adaptation for a Black Theatre - Act 3, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 2 Summary

Trinculo enters, singing, as he laments wandering in the rain. When he notices Caliban sleeping under the wheelbarrow, he decides to use Caliban's clothing for shelter if he is dead or, if he is alive, to take him back to Europe to sell to a carnival. Trinculo crawls under the wheelbarrow with his back to Caliban as Stephano enters singing and drinking wine. Stephano sees Caliban and also decides to take him to the carnival to show him for profit. When Stephano touches Caliban, he finds that he is cold and gives Caliban a swig of his wine. As Stephano notices Trinculo, he exclaims about his luck in finding a "Nindian" with two heads. Trinculo and Stephano recognize one another and agree to civilize Caliban in order to make a fortune by selling him to a carnival in Europe. Stephano states that he is no...

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