Magically Delicious

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The Tempest should be relatively free of feminist criticism-seeing that there are hardly no women in the play and the one's that do exist are subservient cookie cutter images of the way women were "supposed" to be. 

Magic?  Was magic even allowed to be practiced then? 


Bethany Bouchard said:

That is a very profound observation. It brought to mind a scene between Miranda and Ferdinand during which Miranda offered to take on Ferdinand's duties assigned to him by Prospero, in order to better serve and please him. Also, Miranda lies down whatever Prospero asks of her at the drop of a hat. She's basically a walking doormat.

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