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Prospero as a Self-Centred Magician Who Demonstrates Some of the Worst Qualities "The Tempest" was one of Shakespeare's final plays unlike the previous ones did not fit into any particular genre, rather it had elements of all the themes inside : Also lots of his plays had sad endings, take "Romeo and Juliet" a very amorous play that had a horrible ending but that changed when he was composing his last plays and thus they'd more happy endings which comprised a part of forgiveness and new beginnings. "Let your indulgence set me free" It is set from the Mediterranean and has connections with Italy such as Lots of Shakespeare's plays as "The Merchant Of Venice" and "Romeo and Juliet". The announcement appears to be rather harsh as it appears certain facets of Prospero's character and character, in addition to some of the qualities he possesses which become apparent later on in the drama haven't been taken under consideration. "I do forgive, unnatural though thou art" He possess some very good qualities as is revealed later on in the drama, among those qualities is his ability to forgive, since he manages to forgive the majority of the people who transgressed against him. However the statement is not completely wrong since sometimes Prospero is depicted as quite self-centred, calculating, threatening and unkind! "If thou murmur's, then I'll rend thee an oak and peg thee." His cruelty and threats are primarily directed at Caliban who subsequently claims to have been "usurped" by Prospero. His role on the island , is that of ruler. He could almost be considered to be directing all which occurs on the island, that is down...