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The Tempest: Shakespeare on human nature

In ‘The Tempest’, Shakespeare evokes humanity’s capacity for both “virtue” and “evil” on an island subject to both its own laws and the illusion of Prospero’s “art”. The social buttresses of 17th century Europe are cast aside by the titular “tempest”, allowing each character to act according to their fundamental nature. The play is consequently … Continue reading The Tempest: Shakespeare on human nature