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The Tempest is a play by William Shakespeare. Acted in 1611, it might have been the last play that Shakespeare at any point composed. It was surely among the last. Since it was among Shakespeare's later works, some read The Tempest as a sort of goodbye to a dramatic profession. However it is in no way, shape, or form sure that Shakespeare knew that he would before long quit composing plays at the time that he wrote The Tempest. Even though it is more obscure in tone than a portion of Shakespeare's different plays, The Tempest is by and large viewed as a satire, as it closes with characters drawn in to be hitched as opposed to others in which lovers faced an awful passing.