Caliban Cove Themes

S. D. Perry
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Treachery

A major theme in "Caliban Cove" and perhaps the most obvious one is the repetition of treachery. Most of the treachery is intentional, but some of it is incidental. The main example of incidental treachery would be Steve who was forced to betray John, David, and Rebecca after Dr. Griffith injected him with his mutation of the T-Virus. He was ordered to shoot John and lock Rebecca and David in the airlock before Dr. Griffith told him to commit suicide. Mr. Trent serves as an example of ethical treachery as he betrays his employers, the Umbrella executives, in order to provide information about their Raccoon City and Caliban Cove facilities to the S.T.A.R.S. teams because he disagrees with Umbrella's actions and does not know how much longer he can continue to play their game.

Umbrella's treachery is against humanity as they experiment on humans...

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