Prospers feels primitive urges throughout the play but fights ND keeps them under a degree of control within the text. An example of this is when Prospers fights the primitive instinct of revenge showed by the quotation “with my nobler reason against my fury”. This shows that even through his anger clouded mind his clever brain overrules his urges. This Is unlike Clinical who comes out with quotations such as “l must eat my dinner” In the middle of a an argument with Prospers who Is presented as a moral arbiter by

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