How does the outcome of the play for the European "bad guys" and for Prospero compare witht the outcome for Caliban?this is for a shakespeare class, all I need is a simple, one or two...

How does the outcome of the play for the European "bad guys" and for Prospero compare witht the outcome for Caliban?

this is for a shakespeare class, all I need is a simple, one or two line answer, thank you.

eltraylo | Student

Caliban ends up with the island to himself, finally. Prospero, Miranda, Alonso, etc. end up happy. There is no real punishment, like death or slavery or anything, for the Europeans, Prospero just gets his dukedom back.

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The Tempest

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