The Tempest essay Plans

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INNOCENCE AND LOVE (FRAGILITY + MIRANDA)

  • no love for the king and the higher powers - ignores the divine right of kings
  • - Prospero usurps Caliban - 'this islands mine by sycorax'
  • -Prospero's brother usuprs his dukedom 'the ivy which had hid my princely trunk and sucked my verdure out on't'
  • -the boatswain is rude to the king - 'what cares these roarers for the name of the king'
  • Prospero does have some love for Miranda - demonstrates some paternal nature
  • - 'thou wast that did preserve me. thou didst smile, infused with a fortitude from heaven' - she was so innocent and pure as though she was from heaven - demonstrates Prospero does have some sense…

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