Which Production Of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" Is Most Clearly An Interpretation? A. One that includes characteristics of tragedy, comedy and romance. B. One that portrays Caliban as both a man and a monster. C. One that portrays Prospero as sympathetic toward Caliban. D. One that portrays Antonio as power-hungry and thoughtless. The answer is C.
B. One that portrays Caliban as both a man and a monster.