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  1. Studying the character of Caliban in The Tempest

    That?s a brave god and bears celestial liquor (2, 2)? From this situation, it is evident that Caliban is a person whose fears does not get in the way of knowing people. From what briefly happened, I can tell that he is opening minded about people. Claiming that, ?The spirit torments me,? to calling Stephano, ?A brave God,? who in his eyes, offers heavenly beer, takes a person who can trust. To put trust into people has many great aspects ? much strength, but in this case, his trust was later taken on as a weakness.

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