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Thank you very much. Here are some more sentences I'd like you to check, too.
In particular, I need to revise the following sentences.

1) For Prospero Caliban becomes the "most lying slave", though he really is filth. (" I have used thee -Filth as though art -with human care...)
2) Caliban replies that he is not sorry but regrets having missed the opportunity of peopling the island with his own descendants.
3) For Miranda Caliban is a horrid slave. All her speech stresses the sub-human nature of Caliban: he is a savage and belongs to a vile race.
4) This description is opposite of "good natures", that is men who are capable of being educated.
This passage of the play stresses Caliban's inability of being taught.
5) References to the New World and its natives are frequent.
Prospero may be seen as a colonialism and Caliban, through the European eyes, as a savage. Caliban is the anagram of cannibal.
6) Prospero forgives his brother for having usurped his dukedpm. The Tempest is much more than a romance. Through the play's fantastic story Shakespeare investigates the natural power of social and human relatioshp.

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    1) For Prospero Caliban becomes the "most lying slave", though Prospero really thinks of him as filth.

    2) Caliban replies that he regrets only having missed the opportunity of peopling the island with his own descendants.

    3) For Miranda Caliban is a horrid slave. All her speech stresses the sub-human nature of Caliban: He is a savage and belongs to a vile race.

    4) This description is opposite of "good natured", that is a person who is capable of being educated.

    This passage of the play stresses Caliban's inability to be taught.

    5) OK

    Prospero may be seen as a colonialist, and Caliban, through European eyes, as a savage. The name Caliban is the anagram of cannibal.

    6) Prospero forgives his brother for having usurped his dukedom. The Tempest is much more than a romance. Through the play's fantastic story, Shakespeare investigates the natural power of social and human relationships.

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