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  • Act 1 Scene 1
  • The king and nobles are on a ship and trapped in a violent storm. The ship begins to sink, leaving the survivors washing on a nearby island.
  • "Mercy of us!" "We are part, we are part" (Shakespeare 54).
  • Act 1 Scene 2
  • Prospero and Miranda just witnessedthe sinking. Miranda is worried, but Prospero assures that no one has been hurt and tells her who she is and where she comes from.
  • "Wipe your eyes; take comfort. the terrible spectacle of the wrack, which touched the very virtue of compassion in you, I have with such a disposition in my art so surely ordered that there is no soul- no, not so much peredition as a hair. Betid to any creature on the ship that you hear not cry, that you saw'st sink. Sit down; for you must now know more" (Shakespeare 25-34).
  • "Let's say this was death that has now seized them. Why, they weren'tworse t han now they are. Thereis that can rule Naplesa s as well as he sleeping, gentlemen who can pratear as wide and unnecessarily oneis this Gonzalo. . . Oh, that you gave adamn that he cared what I do, what a sleep that wasfor your advancement! Do you understand me? (Shakespeare 252-260).
  • Act 2 Scene 1
  • Alonso, Sebastian, Antonio and Gonzalo are looking for Prince Ferdinand. Antonio almost convinces Sebastian to kill Alonso and take the throne while Gonzalo and Alonso are asleep.
  • Act 2 Scene 2
  • Caliban hides from Trincule under his coat, thinking he is a spirit, but Trinculo joins him. Stephano sees men's legs and confuses them with a monster until he recognizes Trinculo's voice.
  • "Four legs and two voices, a more delicate monster! His forward voice now is to speak well of his friend;his retrograde voice is to utter dirty speeches and to harm. If all thewine in my bottle recovers it, I'll help you. Come" (Shakespeare 81-84).
  • Act 3 Scene 1
  • "My husband, then?" (Shakespeare 88).
  • Miranda talks to Fernando while he works as Prospero's servant, and then he accepts his marriage proposal. Prospero secretly observes and approves.
  • "Ay, with a heart so willing toa slavery e'er of freedom. Here's my hand. " (Shakespeare 89).
  • Act 3 Scene 2
  • Drunk, Caliban conspires with Trinculo and Stephano to kill Prospero and make Stephano the king of the island. Ariel whispers that Caliban is a liar.
  • "Tu reads" (Shakespeare 41).
  • "I say by sorcery that he has this island; of me, he succeeded. If his greatness willequal him—for I know you give'st, but this thing does not dare -" (Shakespeare 49-51).
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