Clegg first introduces himself to Miranda as Ferdinand, but she later dubs him Caliban.
And cruder devices certainly deepen the effect of a name; Caliban is a rough anagram of “cannibal,” and Cassio contains an “ass.”
What should be said of a person who lived on a nameless shore, served by Hester Prynne and Caliban?
Caliban talks to himself about "that other, whom his dam called God."
Trinculo comes upon the strange form of Caliban lying flat on the sands:—What have we here?
Is the character of Caliban apparently in keeping with his appearance?
It might have made Caliban outwardly courteous and debonnair.
Did this Caliban have some understanding of what was at stake in his heart and soul?
Setebos is thus, according to Caliban, a secondary divinity.
Caliban cried like a young dog and sat upon his knees and covered his face.
A declarative annotation language for controlling the partitioning and placement of the evaluation of expressions in a distributed functional language. Designed by Paul Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org, Imperial College.
["Functional Programming for Loosely-coupled Multiprocessors", P. Kelly, Pitman/MIT Press, 1989].