Themes Behind The Tempest
Updated: 1/13/2021
Themes Behind The Tempest

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  • ACT 1 SCENE 2
  • ACT 2 SCENE 2
  • “A most ridiculous monster, to make a wonder of a poor drunkard”
  • ACT 3 SCENE 3
  • "Oh, it's horrible... Because of my crimes my son is dead..."
  • As the topic of kindness is introduced, a theme of forgiveness and compassion is shown throughout the play. Kindness for those around oneself is the most pure form of love and goodness.
  • “O, I have suffered with those that I saw suffer!”
  • The topic of revenge is shown throughout the play. A theme that is shown by this revenge, is that in order to seek revenge, one must have been weak enough to be hurt.
  • One topic presented in The Tempest is repentance. The theme of repentance is shown as a strong and willful emotion. Shakespeare implies that regret, is the most powerful form of punishment.
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