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The Tempest

ContentsDramatis PersonaeAct IScene IScene IIAct IIScene IScene IIAct IIIScene IScene IIScene IIIAct IVScene IAct VScene IEpilogue

The Tempest

The Tempest There was a certain island in the sea, the only inhabitants of which were an old man, whose name was Prospero, and his daughter Miranda, a very beautiful young lady. She came to th…

Poems by Emily Dickinson: A Tempest

by EmilyDickinsonOld-FashionedThe SeaA Tempest A Tempest An awful tempest mashed the air, The clouds were gaunt and few; A black, as of a spectre's cloak, Hid heaven and earth from view. …

Poems by Emily Dickinson: A Tempest

Old-Fashioned The Sea A Tempest An awful tempest mashed the air, The clouds were gaunt and few; A black, as of a spectre's cloak, Hid heaven and earth from view. The creatures chuc…

William Shakespeare: The Tempest, Epilogue

EpilogueProsperoNow my charms are all o'erthrown, And what strength I have's mine own, Which is most faint: now, 'tis true, I must be here confined by you, Or sent to Naples. Let me not, Since…

William Shakespeare: The Tempest, Act I

Act IScene IOn a ship at seaA tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard. Enter a Master and a Boatswain.MasterBoatswain!BoatswainHere, master: what cheer?MasterGood. Speak to the marine…

William Shakespeare: The Tempest, Act III

Act IIIScene IBefore Prospero's CellEnter Ferdinand, bearing a logFerdinandThere be some sports are painful, and their labour Delight in them sets off: some kinds of baseness Are nobly undergo…

William Shakespeare: The Tempest, Act V

Act VScene IBefore Prospero's cellEnter Prospero in his magic robes, and ArielProsperoNow does my project gather to a head: My charms crack not; my spirits obey; and time Goes upright with his…

William Shakespeare: The Tempest, Act IV

Act IVScene IBefore Prospero's cellEnter Prospero, Ferdinand, and MirandaProsperoIf I have too austerely punish'd you, Your compensation makes amends, for I Have given you here a third of mine…