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This shows there is about to be a lot of drama, as there is a storm. The storm is a key part of the story, so the build up makes it a show off even more.
Shakespeare got someone in a lower class to order the king to unsettle the audience, however he is careful with this as he could upset and annoy the queen and her supporters.
In this scene the boatswain and the king are fighting. This again will shock and audience as its someone with high a status and a low fighting. This also starts to build up the atmosphere and fear.
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The storm then starts to get worse with wind getting harder. Shakespeare does this to add excitement and fear
the people on the boat are now shouting for their live, this is to show panick and that they may loose there lives.
To finish the scene Shakespeare, leaves the audience thinking that there are dead, to add suspense and to make the audience feel scared.
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