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There was once a wise man named Prospero who lived on a deserted island with his astonishingly gorgeous daughter Miranda. Prospero was once the Duke of Milan until his brother Antonio stole his dukedom and cast him onto an isolated island. Luckily, Prospero's close friend Gonzalo nourished the father and daughter with food and supplied Prospero with all his magix books as he then became a powerful sorcerer. The existing conquered inhabitants of the island also "aided" the two castaways. One was a beautiful fairy called Ariel and the other unhelpful slaves were a mother and son called Caliban and Sycorax.
One day, a ship carrying the King of Naples, the prince of Naples, Gonzalo, the two evil men Antonio and Sebastien and Stephano And Triculo who are both drunk. Prospero immediately spots the ship and casts a great storm to create a shipwreck. Everyone on board becomes separated and casted on the island.
Ferdinand, the Prince of Naples reaches safety first whilst hoping that his father is okay. Miranda spots him as she curiously searches for the survivors. She decided to investigate further. When the two young adults looked at each other, they instantly fell in love. When Prospero finds his daughter, he is not at all surprised to see the Prince of Naples standing in front of him
Meanwhile Alonso, the King of Naples, was searching desperately for his son with Gonzalo and they fear that Ferdinand is gone. In the meantime, Antonio and Sebastien plot an evil plan to kill the king.
On the other side of the island, the jest Trinculo and Stephano are both drunk when Caliban finds them. The two drunks insist that Caliban should try a drink and the creature becomes drunk as well. Caliban then told them his sorrow story about how he became Prospero's slave. The two men shouted and cried that it was unjust! They then plot a plan to drive Prospero off the island for good. Caliban then promised Stephano that he could marry Miranda as well...
The King of Naples came to a cave to apologise to Prospero about what he did to him and Prospero had finally allowed Fernando and Miranda to wed after watching them be together for the whole day without being broken apart. They were absolutely thrilled to hear the great news.
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