The Tempest, thought by many to be Shakespeare's last play, has become increasingly seen as one of his masterpieces. It is set on a remote island and draws heavily on the tradition of romance, telling the story of the sorcerer Prospero. Our series, written by Mary McNulty, a Learning Consultant
Shakespeare's Globe and Myfanwy Marshall, an English teacher who specialises in Shakespeare, examines the plot, key themes, including postcolonialism, utopia, power, the supernatural, reconciliation and love. It also has a detailed analysis of the key characters including Prospero, Miranda, Ariel and Caliban amongst others. The series has been designed to help you through your A Level and to prepare you for your exams.
Shakespeare's Globe: Education Department. University of Kent