Ariel and Calibal in Shakespeare's The Tempest possess a legal awareness of their status as servants to Prospero. The article interprets their longing to attain legal personhood and its subsequent rights against the background of the contractual bond.

"Ariel and Caliban as Law-conscious Servants Longing for Legal Personhood"

FIORATO, Sidia
2013

Abstract

Ariel and Calibal in Shakespeare's The Tempest possess a legal awareness of their status as servants to Prospero. The article interprets their longing to attain legal personhood and its subsequent rights against the background of the contractual bond.
9783110301069
legal persona; servant; contract
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