How does Prosperos attitude change towards Caliban from A1S2 to A5S1?

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In Act 2.1.293-325, we witness Prospero's loathing of the slave. Caliban protests and calls Prospero names, and Prospero, in a voice drippping with hatred, tells his "poisonous slave,"

For this sure be tonight thou shalt have cramps.
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