The Tempest Essay | Prospero's Books and The Tempest, A Comparison

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Prospero's Books and The Tempest, A Comparison

Summary: Compares the characters of the film Prospero's Books with those from Shakespeare's play, The Tempest. Points out the similarities in each as well as the differences.
The Tempest, by William Shakespeare, unleashes the story of Prospero and his magic. The Tempest has been released as both a play and a silver-screen production. The film tells the story of Prosper and is set during the Civil War Era. The play depicts the story of Prospero, and is set during the Shakespearean Era. There are several occurrences of magic in both productions. Many similarities and differences between the magic in the play and the magic in the film can be observed.

Prospero has the ability to perform magic in both the film and the play. He uses the magic for both his good and the well being of others, including his daughter, Miranda, and his slave, Ariel. Yet, he acquires his magic differently in each production. In the play, the source of Prospero's magic is his magic robe and staff. In...

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