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The Tempest, a Comparative Study

Summary: Conpares the play The Tempest, by William Shakespeare to The Ivory Trail and Where Do the Children Play, by Cat Stevens. Describes how each text has different perspectives of the concept of journey, but yet each ultimately transitions and transforms when the journey is underway.
"It is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the journey that matters in the end." Ursula K. LeGuin. Through the texts The Tempest, The Ivory Trail, To His Coy Mistress and Where do the Children Play an overall sound imaginative journey is conveyed. The journey is a realisation or growing experience from one place, land or world to another. Although all 4 texts have different perspectives of the said journey they all ultimately transition and transform was the journey is underway.

The Tempest by William Shakespeare was written in the 1600's. The Tempest was said to explore the relationship between humans and nature. This relationship begins with Prospero and as he said in the Prologue his need to "please" hence entertain people. His project fails if anyone treats it more than art. The arrival of the journey is undertaken first off...

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