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Play Review The Tempest The Tempest a tale of spirits and Kings A tale of lies and backstabs The play starts out with a huge wreck of a Kings ship King Alonso When the survivors finally realize where they are they are put into a trance by Ariel a magical spirit of Prospero Prospero is a magician on an enchanted island This is the island the Kings shipwrecked into He has a daughter named Miranda who he puts to sleep with a magical spell He did this because Miranda was upset by the wreck and worried for the survivors Ariel comes to the King to tell him of the entrancement and that he has taken care of Prince Ferdinand son of King Alonso Ariel becomes upset and complains about his duties but is reminded by Prospero that he must work to be released of the magical imprisonment of the tree trunk The deceased witch who used to live on the island cast this imprisonment unto Ariel Prospero reveals to the then awaken Ariel that he was once the Duke of Milan He was banished from Milan and sent away with Miranda in a small boat The reason he was banished was for the study of magic over government His brother Antonio had him thrown off with a little help from King Alonso While on the boat they ran into the island and Prospero continued to practice his magic for years to come Prospero decided to create a storm and have it bring all of his foes to his island When the ship arrives Prospero sends Caliban his slave and son of the late witch to go get some wood He was enslaved for trying to rape Miranda after being taken in by Prospero after his mothers death Caliban leaves and Ariel returns with Ferdinand Miranda sees Ferdinand and becomes intrigued by the sight of a man her age Prospero realizes that they
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