Mahmood J. Dwikat
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I am a fresh graduate teacher graduated in June/ 2019 from An Najah National university aged of 22 ,from Palestine , studied English language and its literature, worked as an assistant translator for a short time with Wamda Website, I also volunteered in translation and as a direct interpreter for Ahly Balata Club. a social and a political activist working with Yafa cultural Center.I have been an Erasmus student who took part in Norway for six months . participated in many literature seminars

The Tempest as a postcolonial discourse reviews
this article examines the postcolonial discourse embodied in Shakespeare's The Tempest. We argue that the characters such as Caliban and Ariel are dehumanized by Prospero as the main source of colonization and Miranda as a marginal colonizer. In addition to putting this play alongside its historical context, we wrench it out of its context so as to analyze it from present affairs.
Fiction: Essay - Rated: K+ - English - Drama - Chapters: 1 - Words: 5,000 - Reviews: 1 - Published: 8/27/2019 - Complete