The Tempest. Act 4 Scene 1
Updated: 1/8/2020
The Tempest. Act 4 Scene 1
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  • Oh! I had forgot about the plan of that foul Caliban and his posse.
  • Well done spirits. Avoid; no more!
  • *Singing**Music*
  • Worry not of me. Retire into my cell and there take a stroll or two. Let me calm my head
  • We wish your peace.
  • Come my servant Ariel!
  • We must prepare for Caliban. Tell me again where did you leave these scoundrels?
  • As I said before, they were red-hot with drinking that they would beat the ground for kissing their feet. So I lured them with my tabor.
  • What is thy pleasure?
  • Enticed by my tabor, they followed me through toothed briers, sharp furies, pricking goss and thorns which entered their frail shins. Finally, I left them in a filthy-mantled pool beyond your cell. There, dancing up to their chins, that lake stank worse than their feet .
  • Well done my bird. Now bring the fancy garments that I don't have use for and hang them on the line here as bait to catch them.
  • This devil. After all my nurtures on him, all lost. As with age his body grows uglier. I will plague them all. Even to roaring.
  • I go, I go
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