The Tempest (Act 3 Scene 1)
Updated: 1/30/2020
The Tempest (Act 3 Scene 1)
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  • No my darling, I'd rather stain my muscles and break my back than to rest while you work.
  • Please, I beg you, don't work so hard. Put the logs down and rest a while. Sit I'll carry the logs.
  • No, noble mistress, I'm as fresh as morning when you're near me, even at night.
  • I'd be as right for the job as you are and I'd do it more easily, since I'd have good will on my side.You look tired.
  • I beg you to tell me your name so I can use it in my prayers.
  • Miranda-Oh father I've disobeyed you by telling him that.
  • Miranda-the very name means 'admired'! You are indeed admired, more than anything else in the world!
  • I’ve never met any men besides you and my father. I have no idea what people look like in other places, but I swear by my modesty, which I value above everything else, that I’d never want any companion in the world but you.
  • You’re perfect, without a rival in the world, made up of the best qualities of every creature.
  • The second I saw you, my heart rushed to serve you and be your slave, so here I am now, a patient log-man.
  • Oh heaven, oh earth, witness what I’m about to say, and reward me if I tell the truth! If I’m lying, then
  • Do you love me?
  • You’ll be my wife, dearest, and I’ll serve you forever.
  • Yes, with a heart more eager to bear a husband’s responsibilities than a slave ever wanted freedom. Take my hand, darling.
  • Will you be my husband, then?
  • Here’s my hand, and my heart. And now goodbye. I’ll see you again in half an hour
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