Keith Harrison, born in Vancouver, teaches Shakespeare, creative writing, Canadian literature, and film at Vancouver Island University. He has written many scholarly articles and seven books, mainly novels.

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Prospero’s Children: Cultural Variegation and the Myth of Tantalus

Prospero, whose <i>children,</i> Miranda and Caliban, represent the colonizer and the colonized, abandons fantasy and acknowledges cultural variegation.

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