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Listed under:  Arts  >  Art movements  >  Postcolonialism
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'The Tempest': the island of grief

Caliban, the half-human antagonist of 'The Tempest', is often depicted as monstrous. Yet, modern readings of the play characterise him more sympathetically, particularly when viewed through a postcolonial lens. Join Bell Shakespeare's James Evans as he discusses with John Bell how Prospero's treatment of Caliban reflects ...

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'The Tempest': two sides of Caliban

Caliban is one of Shakespeare's most fascinating characters. Half human and the son of a witch, Caliban attacks Prospero's daughter Miranda. However, he is not without a sympathetic side. In this scene from Act 1.2 of 'The Tempest', with Miranda Tapsell, John Bell and Damien Strouthos of Bell Shakespeare, Caliban's impassioned ...

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Shri Jawaharlal Nehru, late 1950s or early 1960s

This is the Indian nationalist, pro-independence leader, statesman and first prime minister of independent India, Shri Jawaharlal Nehru. The black-and-white half-portrait photograph is taken to one side, with Nehru looking away from the camera. Wearing a cap and short-collared jacket, he smiles slightly. The photo is undated, ...