The Tempest by William Shakespeare

"The Tempest" is a classic play about a sorcerer and rightful Duke of Milan who has been stranded on an island for 12 years with his daughter after being betrayed by his brother. Using his magical powers and the help of an airy spirit, he conjures a storm to shipwreck his brother and other enemies on the island. The narrative explores themes of revenge, power, magic, and forgiveness as the sorcerer manipulates events on the island to regain his dukedom and secure a good future for his daughter.

The 309th greatest book of all time


Published
1623
Nationality
British
Type
Fiction
Pages
70-100
Words
17,000
Original Language
English

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