Go, release them, Ariel. My Charms I'll break, their senses I'll restore, And they shall be themselves.
All prisoners, sir, in the line grove which weather-fends your cell.
As great to me as late, and supportable to make the dear loss have I means much weaker than you may call to comfort you, for I have lost my daughter.
If thou be'st Prospero, give us particulars of thy preservation, How thou hast met us here, whom three hours since were wracked upon this shore, where I have lost-how sharp the point of this rememberance is!-My dear son Ferdinand!
Now all the blessings of a glad father compass thee about! Arise, and say how thou cam'st here.
And in the morn I'll bring you to your ship, adn so to Naples, where I have hope to see the nuptial of these our dear-beloved solemnized, and thence retire me to my Milan, where Every third thought shall be my grave.
With Trinculo, Caliban, and Stephano out of the way, there is only one more loose end for Prospero to tie up. Ariel tells Prospero that the King and his Subjects are imprisoned and are very fearful. Prospero tells Ariel to fetch Alonso and his companions and once he has left, Prospero promises to give up magic once this ordeal is over. Ariel returns with the men under a spell to make them obedient to Ariel. Prospero releases them from the trance and speaks to the men. Alonso speaks about his lost son, Ferdinand and prospero claims he too had lost a child in the great storm. He them reveals Ferdinand and Miranda who played a big part in his plan through the whole play. Alonso is shocked by this and imediantley apologizes for the events that transpired 12 years ago. Ariel retrieves the boatswain and mariners and also leaves to get Trinculo, Stephano, and Caliban. After the whole cast is reunited prospero dictats his plan to return to Milan and therefore, having his life come full circle. The plan consists of the crew being sailed to Milan where Ferdinand and Miranda will be married and Propero will reclaim the crown shortly thereafter.