Look at Act 2, Scene 1, Lines 269-297 of The Tempest. Consider how Shakespeare portrays Sebastian.

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In this section of the scene Antonio convinces Sebastian that he should kill his brother and become King. Sebastian, to his credit, initially is rather dismissive of the idea, referring to the conscience of Antonio as a reason for not killing his brother and gaining the crown. However, at the same time, Antonio manages to persuade him very...

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