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Tempest themes quotes
1 Illusions and deception
1.1 The Tempest itself
1.1.1 "Not a soul but felt a fever of the mad...Not a hair perish'd. On their sustaining garments not a blemish."- Ariel
1.2 "Your charms so strongly works 'em that if you now behold them, your affection would become tender."- Ariel
2 Links to Theatre
2.1 Ariel= Actor
2.1.1 "Hast thou performed the tempest I bade thee?"- Prospero
2.1.2 "Bravely the figure of this Harpy hast thou performed, my Ariel."-Prospero
2.1.3 "In air he lives, from airs he derives his being, in air he acts."- St Coleridge
2.2 Prospero= Director or Shakespeare
2.2.1 "Prospero's intent is on controlling everything and everyone else."- Graham Bradshaw "Prospero stage manages the action to regain power." Neil Bowman
2.2.2 "My high charms work, and these my enemies, are all knit up in their distractions." Like Shakespeare distracts his audience with his 'art' of writing.
2.2.3 "I'll to my book, for... must I perform much business appertaining."- end of act 5
3 Men vs Monsters
3.1 Caliban
3.1.1 "Thou earth, thou speak"
3.1.2 "A devil, a born devil, who's nature nurture cannot stick"
3.1.3 "Bash his head in, paunch him with a steak."
3.1.4 Is Caliban as monsterous though as the men? Be not afeard. The isle is full of noises, sweet airs that give delight and hurt not...that when I wak'd I cried to dream again." "A product of natural lust, his language is as hobgoblin as his person. In all things he is distinguished from other mortals."- John Dryden
3.2 The Kings men- "Noble"
3.2.1 "O wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here!"- Miranda Naïve and has no idea
3.2.2 Antonio plots to kill King with Sebastian "Th' occasion speaks thee, and my strong imagination sees a crown dropping upon thy head."
4 Women
4.1 Sycorax
4.2 Miranda
4.2.1 Independant "Oh father make not too rash a trial on him for he is gentle." "Miranda takes his orders at face value and disobeys them anyway."- Mellissa E Sanchez "I am your wife, if you will marry me, if not I'll die your maid."
4.2.2 Controlled by male figures "Thou art inclined to sleep...I know thou cans't choose"- Prospero "Miranda is what she is because she has been his pupil"- J.M Murray "Tell you piteous heart to be collected."- Prospero
4.2.3 "Possess all the delicacy of innocence."- St Coleridge
5 Nature vs Nurture
5.1 Caliban
5.1.1 "I took pains to teach you language yet...you choose to violate the honour of my child"- Prospero
5.1.2 "You taught me language and my profit on't is that I know how to curse"- Caliban
6 Confinement and Freedom
6.1 Ariel
6.1.1 "My brave spirit!
6.1.2 "I shall miss thee, but thou shalt have freedom."- Prospero
6.1.3 Let me remind thee what thou hast performed, whish is not yet performed me."- Prospero
6.2 Caliban
6.2.1 "Abhorred slave"
6.2.2 "I am subject to a tyrant, a sorcerer that by his cunning hath cheated me of the isle."
6.2.3 "I must obey. His art is of such power"
6.2.4 "I'll show thee every fertile inch o'th island- I will kiss thy foot. I prithee my God." Caliban to Stephano
6.2.5 "How fine my master is! I am afraid he will chastise me."
6.3 Ferdinand
6.3.1 "Follow me- Speak not for him he is a traitor." Prospero
6.4 "The Tempest has been seen as a play about power, perhaps it should be regarded as a play about the illusion of freedom."- David Lindley
7 Compassion and Forgivness
7.1 Caliban and Repentance
7.1.1 "I will be wise hereafter and seek for grace. What a thrice double ass I was to take this drunkard for a lord."
7.2 Prospero and his family
7.2.1 "For you, most wicked sir, whom to call brother would infect my mouth, I do forgive thy rankest fault."
7.2.2 "I seek him deeper that e'er plummet rounded, and with him there lie mudded." Alonso about Ferdinand
7.2.3 Viewed as a renaissance magnus
8 Art and magic
8.1 Propero's art creates the play
8.1.1 "If by your art...you have put the wild waters in this roar, away then"- Miranda
8.1.2 "Pluck my magic art from me...so lie there my art"- Prospero
8.1.3 "The most blasphemous play Shakespeare ever wrote...it is about a man who is allowed to play God and who doesn't just dabble with craft but actually performs it." Peter Hall
8.1.4 "We are such stuff that dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep."- Prospero
9 Cleansing process
9.1 "Their understanding begins to swell that now lies foul and muddy"- Prospero
9.2 "Interestingly in alchemy a tempest is the term for shifting out impurities"- Mark Hebron
10 Gonzalo and Common wealth
10.1 "All things in common nature should produce without sweat and endeavour."
10.2 Marxist
10.3 "i'th' commonwealth I would...execute all things."

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