Tempest end with a sense of closure as Alonso and Prospero settle their differences and celebrate the union of their heirs, Ferdiand and Miranda. This breeds a spirit of cohesion, co-operation and trust. The marriage also points to a future of commitment and togetherness aimed at righting the wrongs of the past. Prospero renounces his magic and frees Ariel. He re-assumes the dukedom of Milan and so the island goes back to Caliban.
However, the use of the game of Chess and the claims of cheating by Miranda aimed at Ferdinand leaves a possibility of future betrayals and coup, as the game of Chess is won by killing the rival king.
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