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Vulgar poesy and the music of disorder in "The Tempest"

@inproceedings{Sell2008VulgarPA,
  title={Vulgar poesy and the music of disorder in "The Tempest"},
  author={J. Sell},
  year={2008}
}
This article suggests that the twin principles of The Tempest, music and storm, bring together issues of class and race in an inventive topography whose connotational synergies enable a conceptual transfer to be made from Caliban, the figure of a disorderly colonial subject in Prospero’s play, to the mariners and, beyond them, the potentially disorderly English subjects located outside the frame of Prospero’s illusion. Read in the light, on the one hand, of contemporary ideas about music and… Expand
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