In the Tempest there is a common theme or  parallelism of wanting to break free/be free. The obvious would be Ariel and Caliban as they are slaving for Prospero but there is also the essence that other characters do like Stephano and Trinculo.

These are a few things I want for my life and I am the only one who can give them to myself: PEACE = Progressing Everyday And Changing Every Way HOPE = Hang On! Peace Exists… LIFE = Living in Fullness everyday What do you want?

14. Ariel- his loyalty comes out of the need to feel loved, it's not real loyalty in the sense that he WANTS to serve to him, he feels appreciated by Prospero. For example Ariel is always asking Prospero if he loves him because he is insecure.

Ariel- his loyalty comes out of the need to feel loved, it's not real loyalty in the sense that he WANTS to serve to him, he feels appreciated by Prospero. For example Ariel is always asking Prospero if he loves him because he is insecure.

Obedience is a common thing seen in the tempest through many characters. Also those characters being obedient to different people. Example Ariel to Prospero, Gonzalo to the Knobles and even Ferdinand to Prospero as he wants his daughters hand in marriage.

1 Samuel But Samuel replied, "What is more pleasing to the LORD: your burnt offerings and sacrifices or your obedience to his voice?

From the start of the play in Milan then  moving to the island there is an exact chain of social status that never changed this parallelism is interesting because in the island Prospero is playing them like of game a chess but still The people on the island unknowing take for example Alonso feel in control.

From the start of the play in Milan then moving to the island there is an exact chain of social status that never changed this parallelism is interesting because in the island Prospero is playing them like of game a chess but still The people on the island unknowing take for example Alonso feel in control.

This picture is a great representation of a parallelism that Miranda Caliban and Ariel all share. Not so much in their actions but more in their reactions and emotions towards the way that Prospero similarly treats all of them.

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This picture is a representation of how Prospero uses different types of pain and punishment to control certain people. The people in the play who would be best represented by this image would be Stephano and Caliban.

This picture is a representation of how Prospero uses different types of pain and punishment to control certain people. The people in the play who would be best represented by this image would be Stephano and Caliban.

This picture helps demonstrate the primary parallelism between Miranda and Caliban. Having to do with one thing that even they may not know they are entitled to. Any ideas?

This picture helps demonstrate the primary parallelism between Miranda and Caliban. Having to do with one thing that even they may not know they are entitled to.

Opposites trying to accomplish one common goal!

Opposites trying to accomplish one common goal!

This quote relates to the scenes in The Tempest where Stephano and Trinculo are plotting to kill Prospero. As well as when Antonio and Sebastian want to kill Alonso. Why do you feel this quote relates to these scenes?

Milan Kundera quotes - The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting.

In The Tempest there is parallelism demonstrated between Stephano and Prospero when they both decide to use Caliban and his knowledge to learn about the Island. Once they have both learned all they feel is needed they abandon him. This picture is a great representation of how Prospero and Stephano use Caliban, the same way that in the Star Wars series Anakin uses Obi Wan to teach him his ways and help him become a Jedi but then eventually turns to the dark side.

"Anakin my allegiance is to the Republic, to Democracy!

There is a parallelism of strength between Prospero and his magical books. Together him in his books he's practically invincible but when separated he is vulnerable. This is just like the Green Lantern he is an extremely powerful super hero but if he is separated from his ring he is vulnerable and weak.

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