The Tempest: Allegorical to the Bible

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Title: The Tempest: Allegorical to the Bible
 
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This leads into the role of God as the Savior of Man. This is shown through his quote: They being pentient, The sole drift of my purpose doth extend Not a frown further (V. i. 28-30). Here, Prosperso states that, since repentance has occurred, there is no more ill will...
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28-30). Here, Prosperso states that, since repentance has occurred, there is no more ill will. This reflects the Christian belief that repentance can allow the forgiveness of sins. Also, Prospero is seen as the "master of the island"--that is, the all-powerful force controlling it...
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