The character of Prospero in Shakespeare's Tempest is a man who has suffered much. In this conception of the play, the scattering and bringing together of the characters in the script is significant in that theatre also could be said to bring people together and allow them to share in an experience of emotion, magic, and finally, of resolution The Tempest investigates marriage, love, culture.
The power of magic and love, and its ability to unify and absolve also plays a main part in the play They have been betrayed by fellow kin and allies and forced to find refuge at an enchanted island Shakespeare.
This cements the idea that Prospero is out to take revenge on those who did him wrong, as he is pleased to see their suffering. Antonio and Sebastian show their brutality when they try to kill the king but this whole scheme was planned by Prospero beforehand and it didn't go exactly as planned and Antonio tried to kill Gonzalo as well.
Shakespeaer's answer would have been yes. Coming back from a wedding in Africa a ship containing Prosperos enemies is attacked by the tempest and scatters its passengers about the island. As Prospero is seen as being all-powerful over the island, he could easily destroy or punish his enemies by any method or means He wants to get his dukedom back and get his daughter what he thinks she deserves.
Tobias and Paul G. By invoking a masque to celebrate the betrothal of Ferdinand and Miranda, Prospero effectively brings to full circle the theme of re-generation by obliterating the evil done and suffered by one generation through the love of the next This paper will attempt to answer these questions in a succinct manner using textual references to solidify its arguments.