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Writeacher, I'm finding it difficult to check these sentences, which need to be revised grammatically.


1) The Tempest is the last one of Shakespeare’s plays. It’s very different from his previous ones.
In fact it is not a tragedy, like Macbeth or Hamlet, but a romance based on forgiveness and reconciliation. These are the main themes of the play, as we can see in its conclusion when Prospero forgives his brother.
2) Furthermore, there are two more very significant themes in the play: the magic powers which both Prospero and Sycorax can use and which lead the whole story, and colonialism, represented by Prospero when he subdues all the original island’s inhabitants.

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    1) The Tempest is the last of Shakespeare’s plays. It’s very different from any of the others. It is not a tragedy, like Macbeth or Hamlet, but a romance based on forgiveness and reconciliation. These are the main themes of the play, as we can see in its conclusion when Prospero forgives his brother.

    2) There are two other very significant themes in the play: the magic powers that both Prospero and Sycorax can use and which dominate the whole story; and colonialism, represented by Prospero when he subdues all the original island’s inhabitants.

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