Help needed with Engliahs essay. Please,please,please help! I’m totally lost!?

Help needed with Engliahs essay. Please,please,please help! I’m totally lost!?
i finished reading A Tempest by Aime Cesaire and i have to pick a topic in the book that has been talked about/ criticized and then express my opinion (example: many critics say that Cesaire has a more accurate description of colonialism…. then i would say that my argument is that this is true then my essay shows their opinions to support my own). I hope u understand the assignment. i really need help. i tried looking up colonialism, power, magic, and identity as topics that are criticized and i cant find many sources that talk about it. most are essays written by students and the articles written by critics on e-notes i can’t view without paying $40. so please, please help me find sources about any topic in the book (try for identity, power, colonialism or magic) im really lost…..if u can help find any sources that would support a topic i would be really grateful. Thanks.

I’m in my college library, so I did a search and found some essays that might be of interest to you. I’m not sure how many of them you can access on your own, but if you go to your school or public library, you should be able to find some of them, or do your own search. Good luck!

The tempest revisited in Martinique: Aime Cesaire’s Shakespeare.(Critical essay)
Joseph Khoury | Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies | 2006-016:2, | 22(16) | Description: 6871 words ; Critical essay

Not quite the gabbling of “a thing most brutish”: Caliban’s Kiswahili in Aime Cesaire’s A Tempest.
Steve Almquist | Callaloo | 2006-0429:2, | 587(21) | Description: Article

A Tempest.(Book Review)(Brief Article)
Martin Munro | The Modern Language Review | 2003-0198:1, | 213(1) | Description: 445 words ; Book Review, Brief Article

Mastering the masters: Aime Cesaire’s creolization of Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’.
Judith Holland Sarnecki | The French Review | 2000-1274:2, | 276(11) | Description: Article

Addicted to race: performativity, agency, and Cesaire’s ‘A Tempest.’ (Aime Cesaire)
Timothy Scheie | College Literature | 1998-0425:n2, | 17(13) | Description: 6199 words ; Article

Evoking Caliban: Cesaire’s response to Shakespeare. (character in The Tempest; Aime Cesaire)
Robert P. Smith Jr. and Robert J. Hudson | CLA Journal | 1992-0635:n4, | 387(13) | Description: Article