As he did in many of his plays, Shakespeare uses The Tempest to ask questions about how well society and nature intersect. Most of the characters in this play exist in a civilized world, although certainly not all of them are civilized. Caliban, though, is referred to several times as a "natural man. Caliban serves to illustrate ideas about the social hierarchy of the Renaissance world, which formulated a socially rigid — and very political — hierarchy of God, king, man, woman, beast. This order was based on the patriarchal tradition and the teachings of religious leaders, which postulate a hierarchical order for mankind based on physiological and physical characteristics.
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Act 1 Scene 1 On a ship heading back from his daughters wedding, the king of Naples and his men are swept up in a huge storm. The crew does everything they can, but the ship crashes on an apparently deserted island. Act 1 Scene 2 Stranded on the same deserted island for twelve years, the former duke of Milan tries to explain the situation to his daughter, Miranda. He tells her the story of his brother and the king, who arranged for he and Miranda to be lost at sea, so his brother can have his title. He explains also that he conjured up the storm by magic and ensured that no one was harmed.
The Tempest, like many of Shakespeare's plays, has continued to elicit a broad range of scholarly interpretations and has eluded any conclusive judgments as to its dominant themes or the nature of its characters. The work is, however, generally regarded as a complex combination of romance, comedy, and tragedy that highlights many of Shakespeare's characteristic concerns with the nature of dramatic art, Christian themes of reconciliation and forgiveness, and the perils of human interaction in society. The Tempest is also seen by many as the culmination of the dramatist's later work, and has been compared in terms of its intricacy and depth with Shakespeare's comedy The Winter's Tale and his tragedy King Lear. Browse all BookRags Study Guides. Copyrights The Tempest from Gale.