The Question and Answer section for The Tempest is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Act and scene please?
Antonio incites Sebastian to kill his brother and take the crown of Naples. Why? What does this tell about Antonio's motives? What does Sebastian's response tell us about him? What could Shakespeare be saying about human nature?
The main thing this tells us about Antonio;s motives is that they are selfish...... he's out to get whatever he can, and the more it comes at the expense of others the better; no matter that Sebastian will be fored to lived with the fact he...
He thinks he is a God from the heavens. Caliban thinks Stephano can free him from Prospero.