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The Tempest

Act I, Scene 2

 

The Island. Before the cell of PROSPERO
 
[Enter PROSPERO and MIRANDA]
 
MIRANDA.
       ,   2        ,          ,        ,        ,
      If by your | art (my | dearest | father)| you have
       T   .    T   T   ,    2         ,       ,
      Put the wild wa|ters in this | roar, al|lay them.
           ,         ,             ,           ,         ,
      The sky | it seems | would pour | down stink|ing pitch,
       ,              ,      ,          2     ,           ,
      But that | the sea,| mounting | to the wel|kin's cheek,
        ,            ,     ,         ,         ,
      Dashes | the fire | out.  Oh | I have | suffered
             ,         2   ,     ,           ,      ,
      With those | that I saw | suffer:| a brave | vessel
            ,         ,           ,       ,         ,        ->
      (Who had | no doubt | some no|ble crea|tures in || her)
         ,      ,        ,         2     ,          ,
      Dashed | all to | pieces.| Oh the cry | did knock
           ,        ,      ,              ,             x
      Against | my ve|ry heart: | poor* souls,| they perished.
          ,        ,     ,         ,         ,
10    Had I | been a|ny god | of power,| I would
             ,         ,        ,          ,         ,
      Have sunk | the sea | within | the earth,| or ere
            ,           ,      ,              ,         ,
      It should | the good | ship so | have swal|lowed and
             ,          ,         ,
      The fraught|ing souls | within | her.
 
PROSPERO.
                                            ,        ,      ->
                                           Be | collect||ed:
       ,           ,          ,          ,   2     ,
      No | more^amaz|ement: tell | your pi|teous heart
               ,     ,
      There's no | harm done.
 
MIRANDA.
                                 ,         ,
                              O woe,| the day.
 
PROSPERO.
                                                     ,
                                                No harm:
                 ,   ,        ,         ,         ,
      I have / done not|hing but | in care | of thee,
            ,         ,           ,         ,         ,
20    (Of thee | my dear | one; thee | my daugh|ter) who
           ,    ,          ,          ,             ,      2->
      Art ig|norant | of what | thou art,| nought know||ing
            ,     ,         2     ,        ,     ,
      Of whence | I am:| nor that I | am more | better
            ,      ,    ,    3  3      T    T    T
      Than Pro|spero,| master of a | full poor cell,
           ,         ,       ,
      And thy | no great|er fa|ther.
 
MIRANDA.
                                    ,         ,
                                  More | to know
           ,      ,        ,           ,
      Did nev|er med|dle with | my thoughts.
 
PROSPERO.
                                                   ,
                                            'Tis time
           ,         ,          ,          ,          ,
      I should | inform | thee far|ther: Lend | thy hand
            ,         ,      ,         ,          ,
      And pluck | my mag|ic gar|ment from | me:  So,
       ,              ,       ,      2         ,           ,
30    Lie there*| my art: | Wipe thou thine^|eyes, have | comfort,
            ,        ,    2    ,         ,             ,
      The dire|ful spec|tacle of | the wrack, which touched
           ,     ,       ,       ,      2     ,
      The ve|ry vir|tue of | compas|sion in thee,
          ,           ,        ,       ,         ,
      I have | with such | provis|ion in | mine^art
           ,      ,         ,                ,   ,
      So safe|ly or|dered that | there is / no soul--
          ,         ,        ,       ,       ,
      No not | so much | perdi|tion as | a hair
          ,       ,      ,        ,        ,      2->
      Betide | to a|ny crea|ture in | the ves||sel
                      ,     ,                   ,     ,          ,
      Which thou / heardst cry,| which thou / sawst sink:| Sit down,
            ,          ,           ,
      For thou | must now | know far|ther.
 
MIRANDA.
                                            ,          ,     2->
                                           You | have of||ten
         ,         ,        ,        ,          ,
40    Begun | to tell | me what | I am,| but stopped
            ,     ,   2      ,         ,     ,
      And left | me to a | bootless | inqui|sition,
           ,         ,          ,
      Conclu|ding, stay: | not yet.
 
PROSPERO.
                                    .    T     T    T
                                   The hour's now come
           ,     ,        ,          ,           ,
      The ve|ry min|ute bids | thee ope | thine ear,
        ,         ,      ,          ,         2   ,     2->
      Obey,| and be | atten|tive. Canst | thou remem|ber
          ,       ,          ,     ,            ,
      A time | before | we came | unto | this cell?
         ,         ,            ,           ,        2      ,
      I do | not think | thou canst:| for then | thou wast not
            ,            ,
      Out three | years^old.
 
MIRANDA.
                             ,          ,       ,
                            Certain|ly sir,| I can.
 
PROSPERO.
           ,       ,     ,       ,         ,       2->
50    By what?| By a|ny oth|er house,| or per||son?
         ,      ,          ,        ,     ,
      Of a|ny thing | the im|age, tell | me, that
             ,          ,       ,     
      Hath kept | with thy | remem|brance.
 
MIRANDA.
                                                  ,   ,
                                          'Tis / far off,
           ,        ,        ,       ,    2   ,
      And ra|ther like | a dream | than an a|ssurance
            ,      ,          ,           ,       ,
      That my | remem|brance war|rants:  Had | I not
        ,          T    Tx    T          ,       ,
      Four, or | five women once,| that ten|ded me?
 
PROSPERO.
             ,           ,        ,      ,          x
      Thou hadst;| and more | Miran|da: But | how is it
             ,      ,              ,            ,            ,
      That this | lives in | thy mind?|  What seest | thou else
                 ,    ,        ,       ,  2     ,
      In the / dark back|ward and | abys|m of time?
           ,       ,          ,      ,           ,
60    If thou | remem|brest aught | ere thou | camst here,
       ,           ,                 ,
      How thou | camst here,| thou mayst.
 
MIRANDA.
                                                ,     2    ,
                                          But that | I do not.
 
PROSPERO.
         T     T    T         ,        ,             ,
      Twelve year since,| Miran|da, twelve | year* since,
           ,       ,          ,        ,       ,
      Thy fa|ther was | the Duke | of Mi|lan, and
          ,           ,
      A prince | of power.
 
MIRANDA.
                           ,      2       ,        ,
                          Sir, are not | you my | father?
 
PROSPERO.
           ,       ,        ,         ,        ,
      Thy mot|her was | a piece | of vir|tue, and
            ,           ,         ,         ,         ,      2->
      She said | thou wast | my daugh|ter; and | thy fa||ther
            ,        ,       ,         ,      ,
      Was Duke | of Mi|lan, and | his on|ly heir
            ,    ,          ,    ,
70    And prin|cess; no | worse is/sued.
 
MIRANDA.
                                                        x
                                             O | the heavens,
        T    T    T     ,           2     ,            ,
      What foul play | had we | that we came | from thence?
            ,        ,        T
      Or blessed | wast we | did?
 
PROSPERO.
                                   T     T         ,
                                 Both, both | my girl.
           ,      ,               ,                  ,      ,
      By foul | play (as | thou sayst)| were we / heaved thence;
            ,            ,   ,    
      But bles|sedly / holp hi|ther.
 
MIRANDA.
                                      2       ,      ,
                                     O my / heart bleeds
           ,       2      ,         ,           ,          ,
      To think | of the teen | that I | have turned | you to,
        ,          ,    2    ,             ,          ,
      Which is | from my re|membrance.| Please you,| further.
 
PROSPERO.
          ,      2     ,     ,         ,       , 2
80    My bro|ther and thy | uncle,| called An|tonio:
          ,           ,          ,       ,          ,
      I pray | thee mark | me, that | a bro|ther should
          ,       ,   2     ,          ,         ,
      Be so | perfi|dious: he,| whom next | thyself
          ,          ,         ,          ,        ,
      Of all | the world | I loved,| and to | him put
           ,       ,        ,         ,          ,
      The man|age of | my state,| as at | that time
               ,         ,   ,        ,             ,
      Through all | the sig|nories | it was | the first,
            ,    2          ,     ,      2    ,      ,     2->
      And Pros|pero the / prime duke,| being so | repu||ted
          ,     ,        ,         ,   2     ,
      In dig|nity;| and for | the lib|eral arts,
          ,        ,    2      ,       3  3     ,    ,
      Without | a par|allel; those | being all my | study,
           ,      ,         ,      ,        ,         ->
      The gov|ernment | I cast | upon | my bro||ther,
       ,      2     ,            ,          x           ,      2->
90    And | to my state | grew stran|ger, being | transpor||ted
           ,         ,        ,               ,    ,      ->
      And rapt | in sec|ret stud|ies, Thy / false un||cle
         ,        2    ,
      (Dost | thou attend | me?)
 
MIRANDA.
                                  ,     ,    ,
                                Sir,| most heed/fully.
 
PROSPERO.
       ,        ,        ,                 ,     ,
      Being | once per|fected | how to / grant suits,
       ,          ,          ,      2    ,          ,
      How to | deny | them: who | to advance,| and who
           ,         ,      ,         ,       ,    2->
      To trash | for o|ver-top|ping; new | crea|ted
            ,       2       ,      ,        ,           ,
      The crea|tures that were | mine, I | say, or | changed 'em
       .   T   T     T           ,        ,         ,
      Or else new formed | 'em: ha|ving both | the key
          ,   3  3     ,             ,     ,       2      ,
      Of of|ficer and of|fice set / all hearts | in the state
        2       ,       T     T   T          ,     ,
100   To what tune | pleased his ear,| that now | he was
          ,      ,          ,         ,         ,
      The i|vy which | had hid | my prince|ly trunk,
             ,         ,      2      x              ,     ,
      And sucked | my ver|dure out on it:| Thou a/ttendst not?
 
MIRANDA.
      ,         ,        ,
      O good | sir, I | do.
 
PROSPERO.
                                  ,           ,
                            I | pray thee | mark me.
      ,     2     ,          ,         ,          ,     ,   ->
      I thus ne|glecting | worldly | ends, all | dedi||cated
           ,     ,     2       ,   2        2     ,
      To close|ness and the | bettering | of my mind
             ,      ,             ,      ,        ,
      With that,| which but | by be|ing so | retired,
             ,          ,   2     ,      2     ,      ,
      Ore-prized | all pop|ular^rate:| in my false | brother
          ,       ,      ,        ,         ,
      Awaked | an e|vil na|ture, and | my trust
                 ,   ,        ,       ,        ,
110   Like a / good par|ent, did | beget | of him
          ,     ,    ,            ,           ,
      A false|hood, in / its con|trary | as great
        2     ,      ,            ,       ,        ,
      As my trust | was, which | had in|deed no | limit,
          ,             ,     ,      ,   2           ,       ->
      A con|fidence / sans bound. | He being | thus lord||ed,
       ,     ,  2         ,        ,  2       ,
      Not | only with | what my | revenue | yielded,
            ,         x             ,       ,           ,
      But what | my power | might^else | exact. | Like one
           ,       ,      ,         ,         x
      Who hav|ing in|to truth,| by tel|ling of it,
        T    T  .  T       ,        ,    ,
      Made such a sin|ner of | his me|mory
           ,            ,   ,         ,        ,
      To cred|it his / own lie, | he did | believe
          ,        ,          ,       3  3     ,      ,      2->
      He was | indeed | the Duke,| out of the sub|stitu||tion
           ,   ,     2     ,         ,        ,    3  3->
120   And ex|ecu|ting the out|ward face | of roy||alty
            ,        ,    2      ,            ,        ,       ->
      With all | prero|gative: Hence | his ambi|tion grow||ing:
        ,          ,
      Dost | thou hear?
 
MIRANDA.
                              ,         2        ,      ,
                       Your tale, | sir, would cure | deafness.
 
PROSPERO.
           ,          ,         ,            ,          ,
      To have | no screen | between | this part | he played
           ,          ,         ,         ,           ,
      And him | he played | it for,| he needs | will be
       ,   2      ,       T    T   T        ,     3 3->
      Absolute | Milan,| me (poor man)| my lib||rary
            ,        ,         ,         ,    2   ,      3  3->
      Was duke|dom large | enough:| of temp|oral roy||alties
           ,          ,       ,    ,        ,     3   3->
      He thinks | me now | inca|pable.| Confed||erates
           ,        ,          ,         2      ,        ,      2->
      (So dry | he was | for sway) | with the King | of Na||ples
           ,         ,   2    ,        ,      2    ,
130   To give | him an|nual trib|ute, do | him homage
          ,          ,    ,      2      ,           ,
      Subject | his cor|onet | to his crown | and bend
            ,       ,         ,     . T    T   T      2->
      The duke|dom yet | unbowed | (alas poor Mi||lan)
           ,       ,       ,
      To most | igno|ble stoo|ping.
 
MIRANDA.
                                    ,           x
                                    Oh | the heavens.
 
PROSPERO.
        ,     2     ,        ,    2     ,            ,
      Mark his con|dition,| and the e|vent, then | tell me
           ,           ,      ,
      If this | might be | a bro|ther.
 
MIRANDA.
                                      ,           ,
                                      I | should sin
           ,          ,       2       ,   ,
      To think | but nob|ly of my / grandmo|ther,
      <-  ,       ,            T    T    T
        Good || wombs have | borne bad sons.
 
PROSPERO.
                                             ,     2     ,
140                                         Now the con|dition.
             ,        ,        ,    2    ,   ,
      This King | of Na|ples, be|ing an en|emy
          ,      ,    2      ,      2    ,           ,
      To me | invet|erate, heark|ens my bro|ther's suit,
             ,          ,        ,      2     ,     ,
      Which was,| that he | in lieu | of the pre|mises
        2    ,     ,        ,         ,           ,
      Of homage,| and I | know not | how much | tribute,
               ,     2   ,      ,     T  T    T
      Should pres|ently ex|tirpate | me and mine
       ,    2        ,                ,    ,     ,
      Out of the | dukedom,| and con/fer fair | Milan
            ,         ,       ,        ,      2     ,
      With all | the hon|ors on | my bro|ther: whereon
           ,     2    ,     ,        ,     ,
      A treach|erous ar|my lev|ied, one | midnight
       ,        2     ,         ,       ,  2  ,     2->
      Fated | to the pur|pose, did | Anto|nio o||pen
            ,       2   ,     ,    2        ,         ,
150   The gates | of Milan,| and in the | dead of | darkness
           ,     2    ,         ,        ,          ,
      The min|isters for | the pur|pose hur|ried thence
       ,    2       ,         ,
      Me and thy | crying | self.
 
MIRANDA.
                                       ,          ,
                                   A|lack, for | pity:
      ,          ,    2     ,        ,           ,
      I not | remem|bering how | I cried | out then
            ,        ,       ,     ,          ,
      Will cry | it ore | again:| it is | a hint
              ,            ,      2
      That wrings | mine^eyes | to it.
 
PROSPERO.
                                         ,         x      ,
                                       Hear | a little | further,
            ,           ,       ,    2       ,         ,
      And then | I'll bring | thee to the | present | business
              ,         x          ,           ,          ,     2->
      Which now's | upon us:| without | the which | this sto||ry
             ,       ,     2
160   Were most | imper|tinent.
 
MIRANDA.
                                 ,         ,          ,
                               Where|fore did | they not
             ,         ,
      That hour | destroy | us?
 
PROSPERO.
                                  ,       ,         ,
                                Well | deman|ded, wench:
           ,         ,            ,          ,           ,       ,  ->
      My tale | provokes | that ques|tion. Dear,| they durst || not,
             ,          ,        ,         ,         ,     2->
      So | dear the | love my | people | bore me:|| nor set
            ,         ,        2     ,          ,
      A | mark so | bloody | on the bus|iness; but
            ,         ,        ,                ,    ,
      With col|ours fair|er, paint|ed their / foul ends.
          ,          ,        ,      ,         ,
      In few,| they hur|ried us | aboard | a bark,
        ,               ,          ,      ,               ,
      Bore us | some leagues | to sea,| where they | prepared
         ,       ,        ,       ,           ,
170   A rot|ten car|cass of | a boat,| not rigged,
            ,        ,          ,         ,      ,
      Nor tack|le, sail,| nor mast,| the ve|ry rats
           ,       ,          ,          ,               x
      Instinct|ively | have quit | it: There | they hoist us
          ,      2     ,            ,         ,        ,
      To cry | to the sea,| that roared | to us;| to sigh
        2      ,            ,      ,        ,       ,
      To the winds,| whose pi|ty sigh|ing back | again
       ,    2       ,         ,
      Did us but | loving | wrong.
 
MIRANDA.
                                      ,            ,
                                  A|lack, what | trouble
         2    ,        ,
      Was I then | to you?
 
PROSPERO.
                             _      ,     ,
                             O,| a che|rubim
             ,          ,         ,           ,            ,
      Thou wast | that did | preserve | me; Thou | didst smile,
         ,       ,       ,     ,             x
180   Infus|ed with | a for|titude | from heaven,
           ,           ,          ,      .    T     T    T
      When I | have decked | the sea | with drops full salt,
       ,          ,         ,               ,         ,
      Under | my bur|den groaned,| which raised | in me
          ,     ,       ,              ,   ,
      An un|dergo|ing stom|ach, to / bear up
          ,             ,        ,
      Against | what should | ensue.  \\
 
MIRANDA.
            ,      2   ,
      How came | we ashore?
 
PROSPERO.
                               ,      ,        ,
                           By Pro|vidence | divine.
             ,        ,                 ,    ,       ,
      Some food | we had | and some / fresh wa|ter that
         ,      ,   ,    ,        ,    ->
      A no|ble Ne|apol|itan | Gonza||lo
       ,      2      ,   2     ,      2     ,        ,      ->
      Out | of his char|ity, (who | being then | appoin||ted
       ,     2     ,        ,            x
190   Mas|ter of this | design)| did give us,| with
      <-  ,      ,          ,          ,           ,     ,
        Rich || garments,| linens,| stuffs, and | neces|saries,
              ,            ,        ,     ,   2       ,   2
      Which since | have stead|ed much,| so of his | gentleness
        ,           ,          ,          ,         ,
      Knowing | I loved | my books,| he furn|ished me
                  ,   ,  ,            ,         ,
      From mine^/own li|brary | with vol|umes that
          ,        ,        ,
      I prize | above | my duke|dom.
 
MIRANDA.
                                       ,         ,
                                     Would | I might
          ,      ,          ,
      But e|ver see | that man!
 
PROSPERO.
                                ,         ,
                               Now I | arise,
            ,           ,          ,      2     ,    ,
      Sit still,| and hear | the last | of our sea-|sorrow:
        ,             ,       ,       ,           ,
200   Here in | this is|land we | arrived,| and here
           ,          ,    ,         ,                  x
      Have I,| thy school|master,| made thee | more* profit
           ,        ,       ,           ,            ,
      Than o|ther prin|ces can,| that have | more* time
            ,       ,          ,       ,         ,       ->
      For vain|er hours;| and tu|tors not | so care||ful.
 
MIRANDA.
         x         ,     3   3           ,        ,         ,
      Heavens | thank you for it.|  And now | I pray | you sir,
            ,            ,       ,        ,          ,      2->
      For still | 'tis beat|ing in | my mind;| your rea||son
           ,                ,   ,
      For rai|sing this / sea-storm?
 
PROSPERO.
                                             ,          ,
                                     Know* thus | far forth,
          ,            ,     ,        ,   2      ,
      By ac|cident / most strange,| bountiful | Fortune
        ,              ,       ,         ,     ,
      (Now my | dear* la|dy) hath | mine^en|emies
         T     T   T      ,           ,       ,
210   Brought to this | shore: and | by my | prescience
          ,        ,        ,        ,      ,
      I find | my zen|ith doth | depend | upon
          ,        ,         ,           ,     ,
      A most | auspic|ious star,| whose in|fluence
          ,        ,      ,      2   ,         ,
      If now | I court | not, but o|mit; my | fortunes
            ,     ,       ,            ,             ,        ->
      Will ev|er af|ter droop:| Here cease | more* ques||tions,
        ,       2     ,          ,         2    ,      ,
      Thou | art inclined | to sleep:| 'tis a good | dullness,
            ,        ,        ,           ,            ,
      And give | it way:| I know | thou canst | not choose:
          2  ,     ,          ,            ,     ,
      Come away,| servant,| come; I | am read|y now,
           ,         ,   ,      ,     oo
      Approach | my Ar|iel. | Come. |
 
[Enter ARIEL]
 
ARIEL.
            ,           ,         ,            ,         ,
      All hail,| great mas|ter, grave | sir, hail: | I come
          ,              ,    ,         ,     2    ,
220   To an|swer thy / best plea|sure; be | it to fly,
          ,          ,     ,           ,         ,
      To swim,| to dive | into | the fire:| to ride
                  ,      ,                 ,    ,          ,
      On the / curled clouds:| to thy / strong bid|ding, task
      ,  2         ,          ,   2
ARIEL | and all | his qual|ity.
 
PROSPERO.
                                       ,             x
                                     Hast | thou, spirit,
            ,          ,          ,         ,        ,          o
      Performed | to point,| the tem|pest that | I bade || thee.
 
ARIEL.
          ,      ,     ,    oo
      To ev|ery art|icle. |
          ,              ,      ,      ,             ,
      I boar|ded the / King's ship: | now on | the beak,
       ,    2        ,            ,         ,       ,
      Now in the | waist, the | deck, in | every | cabin,
           ,        ,          ,    T   T   .  T
      I flamed | amaze|ment, some|time I'd divide
            ,        ,     ,         2       ,  ,
230   And burn | in ma|ny pla|ces; on the / topmast,
            ,           ,    ,         2      ,        ,
      The yards | and bore|sprit, would I | flame di|stinctly,
             ,          ,      T      T    T       2    ,       3->
      Then meet,| and join.| Jove's lightning,| the precur||sors
        3      ,         ,        ,       ,   ,      2
      Of the dread|ful thun|der-claps | more mom/entary
            ,        ,      2      ,          ,          ,
      And sight-|outrun|ning were not;| the fire,| and cracks
          ,     2      ,               ,    ,      ,        ->
      Of sul|phurous roar|ing, the / most migh|ty Nep||tune*
        ,      2    ,           ,     .    T    T     Tx
      Seem | to besiege,| and make | his bold waves tremble,
       T    .    T    T         ,
      Yea, his dread tri|dent shake.
 
PROSPERO.
                                          ,       ,
                                     My brave | spirit,
       ,             ,        ,           ,           ,
      Who was | so firm,| so con|stant, that | this coil
             ,        ,         ,
240   Would not | infect | his rea|son?
 
ARIEL.
                                         ,       ,
                                        Not | a soul
            ,       ,      ,        ,          ,
      But felt | a fev|er of | the mad,| and played
              ,         ,     ,        ,         ,     2  ->
      Some tricks | of des|pera|tion; all | but mar||iners
          ,       2      ,        ,           ,         ,       ->
      Plunged | in the foam|ing brine,| and quit | the ves||sel;
        ,       2   ,          ,    .    T     T     T     3   3->
      Then | all afire | with me | the King's son, Ferd||inand,
             ,         ,         ,           ,           ,
      With hair | up-star|ing (then | like reeds,| not hair)
         2      ,      ,           ,              ,        ,
      Was the first | man that | leapt; cried | Hell is | empty,
           ,         ,     2      ,
      And all | the dev|ils are here.
 
PROSPERO.
                                           ,            x
                                     Why that's | my spirit
         2     ,           ,      T
250   But was not | this nigh | shore?
 
ARIEL.
                                         T    T       ,       2->
                                       Close by,| my mas||ter.
 
PROSPERO.
           ,           ,  2     ,
      But are | they (Ar|iel) safe?
 
ARIEL.
                                               ,   ,         ->
                                     Not a / hair per||ished:
       ,        2     ,       ,         ,        ,       2->
      On | their sustain|ing gar|ments not | a blem||ish,
            ,        ,        ,     ,    2         ,
      But fresh|er than | before:| and as thou | badst me,
            ,         ,          ,            ,          ,
      In troops | I have | dispersed | them bout | the isle.
            ,       ,            ,       ,       ,
      The king's | son have | I lan|ded by | himself,
        ,             ,       ,        ,           ,
      Whom I | left cool|ing of | the air | with sighs,
        2    ,     ,       ,         ,          ,
      In an odd | angle | of the | isle, and | sitting,
            ,               ,    ,
260   His arms | in this / sad knot.
 
PROSPERO.
                                                ,      ,
                                     Of the / King's ship,
           ,     ,     ,               ,         ,
      The mar|iners,| say how | thou hast | disposed,
           ,          ,      2      ,
      And all | the rest | of the fleet?
 
ARIEL.
                                          ,    2      ,
                                         Safely in | harbour
                 ,      ,               ,    ,            ,
      Is the / King's ship,| in the / deep nook,| where once
              ,          ,       ,               ,    ,
      Thou calldst | me up | at mid|night to / fetch dew
                   ,     ,         ,         ,            ,
      From the / still-vext | Bermooth|es, there | she's hid;
           ,           ,   ,      ,          ,
      The mar|iners / all un|der hat|ches stowed;
       ,       2      ,      ,                 ,          ,
      Who, with a | charm joined / to their | suffered | labor
       2       ,       ,      ,              ,      2      ,
270   I have left | asleep:| and for | the rest | of the fleet
             ,         ,           ,          ,       ,
      (Which I | dispersed)| they all | have met | again,
           ,      ,         ,    2  ,   2    ,
      And are | upon | the Med|iterran|ean flote
       ___     ,       ,          ,
      Bound | sadly | home for | Naples,
      <-    ,         ,          ,     .    T      T     T
        Suppos||ing that | they saw | the king's ship wracked,
         2      ,      ,        ,
      And his great | person | perish.
 
PROSPERO.
                                        , 2           ,
                                 ARIEL,| thy charge
         ,      ,         ,                     ,    ,
      Exact|ly is | performed;| but there's / more work:
        ,    2        ,    2       ,
      What is the | time of the | day?
 
ARIEL.
                                        ,               ,
                                      Past / the mid | season.
 
PROSPERO.
           ,      ,    ,               ,          ,          ,  ->
280   At least | two glas/ses: The | time twixt^|six and || now
              ,        ,         ,          ,      2
      Must | by us | both be | spent most^|preciously.
 
ARIEL.
                   ,    ,       ,                 ,         ,
      Is there / more toil? | Since thou | dost give | me pains,
       ,    2    ,         ,           ,          ,
      Let me re|member | thee what | thou hast | promised,
           2    ,     ,         ,
      Which is not | yet per|formed me.
 
PROSPERO.
                                            ,     ,
                                       How now?| moody?
             x            ,        ,
      What is it | thou canst | demand?
 
ARIEL.
                                            ,     ,
                                        My lib|erty.
 
PROSPERO.
          ,          ,        ,          ,
      Before | the time | be out? | No more:
 
ARIEL.
                                             x
                                            I prithee,
         ,      ,          ,          ,       ,        ->
290   Remem|ber I | have done | thee wor|thy ser||vice,
        ,        2     ,      ,           ,           ,
      Told | thee no lies,| made no | mistak|ings, served
           ,         ,           ,            ,            ,      2->
      Without | or grudge | or grum|blings; thou | didst prom||ise
           ,             ,    ,
      To bate | me a / full year.
 
PROSPERO.
                                         ,        ,
                                  Dost thou | forget
             ,       ,       ,         ,    
      From what | a tor|ment I | did free | thee?
 
ARIEL.
                                                   ,
                                                  No.
 
PROSPERO.
             ,           ,           ,         ,           ,
      Thou dost;| and thinkst | it much | to tread | the ooze
                 ,    , 
      Of the / salt deep,  ????
          ,      ,          ,       ,             ,
      To run | upon | the sharp | wind of | the north,
          ,       ,         ,         ,       2      ,
300   To do | me bus|iness in | the veins | of the earth
        ,            ,            ,
      When it | is baked | with frost.
 
ARIEL.
                                              ,   ,
                                      I do / not sir.
 
PROSPERO.
             ,        ,         ,            ,        ,
      Thou liest,| malig|nant thing:| Hast thou | forgot
       .    T    T    T    ,       2      ,       ,    2->
      The foul witch Syc|orax,| who with age and en||vy
            ,      ,         ,            ,        ,         ->
      Was grown | into | a hoop? | Hast thou | forgot || her?
 
ARIEL.
       ,
      No | sir.
 
PROSPERO.
                         ,     ,                 ,     ,
                Thou / hast: Where | was she / born? Speak:
        ,
      tell me:
 
ARIEL.
               ,            ,
              Sir, in | Argier.
 
PROSPERO.
                                   ,         ,      2    ->
310                            Oh was | she so: || I must
        ,      2    ,         ,            ,           ,
      Once | in a month | recount | what thou | hast been,
              ,         ,              ,            ,    ,
      Which thou | forgetst. | This damned | witch^Syc|orax,
           ,          ,     ,         ,    2     ,     3  3->
      For mis|chiefs man|ifold,| and sor|ceries ter||rible
          ,      ,       ,         ,        ,
      To en|ter hum|an hear|ing, from | Argier
              ,          ,                ,    ,          ,
      Thou knowst | was ban|ished: for / one thing | she did
          2       ,        2      ,        ,           ,
      They would not | take her life:| Is not | this true?
 
ARIEL.
                                                            ,
                                                           Aye, sir.
 
PROSPERO.
             ,         ,          ,        ,             ,
      This blue-|eyed^hag,| was hith|er brought | with child,
            ,          ,      2     ,          ,         ,
      And here | was left | by the sai|lors. Thou | my slave,
           ,         ,          ,        2      ,     ,
320   As thou | reportst | thyself,| wast then her | servant,
       ,               ,         x          ,     ,
      And for | thou wast | a spirit | too del|icate
          ,          ,      ,         ,          ,
      To act | her earth|y and | abhorred | commands,
         ,     2      ,       ,           ,        ,
      Refus|ing her grand | hests, she | did con|fine thee
           ,               ,   ,       ,     ,
      By help | of her / more pot|ent min|isters,
           ,         ,       ,    ,       ,
      And in | her most | unmit|iga|ble rage,
       ,        ,        ,        ,            ,
      Into | a clo|ven pine;| within | which rift
          ,          ,            ,      ,       ,
      Impris|oned, thou | didst pain|fully | remain
         ,       ,         ,            ,           ,
      A doz|en years:| within | which space | she died,
            ,           ,       ,                  ,           ,
      And left | thee there:| where thou | didst vent | thy groans
           ,         ,              ,       ,              ,      ->
330   As fast | as mill-|wheels*^strike:| Then was | this is||land
         ,       2     ,          ,         ,        ,
      (Save | for the son | that she | did lit|ter here,
          ,         ,      T    T    T     ,      2
      A freck|led whelp,| hag-born) not | honoured with
         ,       ,
      A hu|man shape.
 
ARIEL.
                      ,    ,              ,
                     Yes: Ca/liban | her son.
 
PROSPERO.
        T    T    .  T         ,         ,    ,
      Dull thing, I say | so: he,| that Cal|iban
            ,        ,        ,                 ,     ,
      Whom now | I keep | in ser|vice, thou / best knowst
            ,       ,         ,          ,         ,
      What tor|ment I | did find | thee in;| thy groans
                    ,     ,         ,     ,            ,
      Did make / wolves howl,| and pen|etrate | the breasts
          ,     ,       ,      ,    2     ,
      Of ev|er-an|gry bears;| it was a | torment
          ,       ,          ,            ,    ,
340   To lay | upon | the damned,| which Syc|orax
             ,       ,      ,               ,   ,
      Could not | again | undo:| it was / mine art,
           ,        ,          ,                    ,    ,
      When I | arrived,| and heard | thee, that / made gape
            ,         ,          ,
      The pine,| and let | thee out.
 
ARIEL.
                                         ,           ,      2->
                                     I thank | thee mas||ter.
 
PROSPERO.
                  ,   ,    ,               ,        ,
      If thou / more mur|murst, I | will rend | an oak
           ,        3  3      ,      ,    ,     ,
      And peg | thee in his knot|ty en|trails till /
      <-                ,      T     T    T
        Thou hast || howled a|way twelve win|ters.
 
ARIEL.
                                                    ,        ,       ->
                                                   Par|don, mas||ter,
      ,       2    ,      ,        ,       ,
      I | will be cor|respon|dent to | command,
           ,        ,          ,
350   And do | my sprit|ing, gent|ly.
 
PROSPERO.
                                       ,   __   
                                      Do | so;
           ,      ,      ,        ,         ,
      and af|ter two | days I | will dis|charge thee.
 
ARIEL.
         ,         ,       ,        oo   oo
      That's my | noble | master: |    |
        ,             ,         ,      ,             ,
      What shall | I do?| Say what?| What shall | I do?
 
PROSPERO.
           ,        ,         2    ,       2     ,         ,      2->
      Go make | thyself | like a nymph | of the sea,| be sub||ject
          ,     ,           ,            ,       ,  2
      To no | sight but | thine, and | mine: in|visible
          ,  2   ,         ,         ,           ,
      To ev|ery eye|ball^else:| Go take | this shape,
            ,       ,      2     ,     ,           ,   2
      And hith|er come | in it: go:| hence with | diligence.
 
[Exit ARIEL]
         ,           ,        ,                  ,     ,
      Awake,| dear heart | awake,| thou hast / slept well,
         ,
360   Awake.
 
MIRANDA.
                    ,          ,         ,      ,
             The strange|ness of | your sto|ry put
       ,   2          ,
      Heaviness | in me.
 
PROSPERO.
                          ,         __          ,
                        Shake it | off: | Come on,
             ,      ,    ,         ,          ,
      We'll vis|it Cal|iban,| my slave,| who never
         ,          ,   ,
      Yields us | kind an/swer.
 
MIRANDA.
                                         ,        ,
                               'Tis | a vil|lain sir,
         ,         ,         ,
      I do | not love | to look | on.
 
PROSPERO.
                                            ,   ,
                                     But / as 'tis,
          ,        ,          ,          ,          ,
      We can|not miss | him: he | does make | our fire,
        ,              ,           ,         ,    ,
370   Fetch in | our wood,| and serves | in of|fices
            ,     2      ,     T    T     T    ,
      That pro|fit us: What | ho: slave: Cal|iban:
              ,            ,
      Thou earth,| thou: speak.
 
CALIBAN.
                                         ,       ,         ,
[Within]                 There's wood | enough | within.
 
PROSPERO.
             ,        ,             ,      ,         ,          ->
      Come forth | I say,| there's oth|er bus|iness for || thee:
        ,          ,           ,
      Come | thou tor|toise, when?
 
[Re-enter ARIEL like a water-nymph.]
                                        ,    ,       ->
                                  Fine^ap|pari||tion:
       ,      ,    ,          ,              ,
      My | quaint Ar/iel, | hark in | thine^ear.
 
ARIEL.
           ,         ,          ,
      My lord,| it shall | be done.  \\
 
[Exit ARIEL]
 
PROSPERO.
            ,    2      ,      ,            ,    2    ,
      Thou poi|sonous slave,| got by | the dev|il himself
        ,          ,      ,     __     ___
380   Upon | thy wick|ed dam,| come | forth.
 
[Enter CALIBAN]
 
CALIBAN.
           ,      ,        ,        ,         ,
      As wick|ed dew | as ere | my mo|ther brushed
            ,        ,               ,  ,         ,
      With ra|ven's fea|ther from / unwhole|some fen
        ,             ,        ,      ,    ,
      Drop on | you both:| A south-|west blow / on ye,
            ,             ,   ,
      And blis|ter you / all ore.    ????
 
PROSPERO.
            ,         ,        ,            ,             ,
      For this | be sure,| tonight | thou shalt | have cramps,
        ,    ,           2         ,           ,         ,
      Side-stit/ches that shall | pen thy | breath up,| urchins
              ,          ,         ,            ,          ,
      Shall forth | at vast | of night | that they | may work
           ,     ,         ,           ,           ,
      All^ex|ercise | on thee:| thou shalt | be pinched
           ,         ,      ,      T    T     T       ,     ->
      As thick | as hon|eycomb,| each pinch more || stinging
             ,           ,
390   Than bees | that made | them.   ????
 
CALIBAN.
      ,         ,        ,
      I must | eat my | dinner.
            ,          ,        ,    ,        ,       ->
      This is|land's mine,| by Syc|orax | my mot||her,
                ,    ,           ,                 ,     ,
      Which / thou takst | from me:| When thou / camst first
              ,                  ,    ,      2       ,        ,
      Thou strokst | me, and / made much | of me; wouldst | give me
       ,            ,         x           ,         ,
      Water | with ber|ries in it:| and teach | me how
           ,         ,        ,          ,          ,
      To name | the big|ger light,| and how | the less
             ,        ,          ,           ,        ,          2->
      That burn | by day,| and night:| and then | I loved || thee
             ,           ,          ,     ,      2      ,
      And showed | thee all | the qual|ities | of the isle,
            ,        T       T     T     ,         ,            ,      ->
      The fresh | springs, brine-pits;| barren | place, and || fertile,
         ,        ,         ,          2      ,
400   Cursed be | I that | did so:| All the charms
          ,    ,      T       Tx      T      ,     2
      Of Syc|orax:| toads, beetles, bats,| light on you:
          ,       ,         ,          ,          ,
      For I | am all | the sub|jects that | you have,
              ,        2      ,      ,           ,         ,
      Which first | was mine^own | king: and | here you | sty me
                  ,    ,       ,          ,   ,          
      In this / hard rock,| whiles you | do keep / from me
            ,      2     ,
      The rest | of the is|land.
 
PROSPERO.
                                         ,   ,       ,
                                Thou / most ly|ing slave,
              ,            ,         ,        ,          ,         ->
      Whom stripes | may move, not kind|ness; I | have used || thee
         ,       2      ,          ,       ,           ,          ->
      (Filth | as thou art)| with hu|man care,| and lodged || thee
       ,     T   T    T      ,                 ,
      In | mine own cell,| till thou | didst seek
          ,    ,         ,       ,        ,
410   To vi|olate | the hon|our of | my child.
 
CALIBAN.
          ,       ,     ,         ,           ,
      Oh ho,| Oh ho,| Would it | had been | done:
             ,         ,         ,         ,        ,
      Thou didst | prevent | me, I | had peop|led else
             ,          ,     ,
      This isle | with Cal|ibans.
 
MIRANDA.
                                     ,        ,
                                  Abhor|red slave,
             ,     ,          ,         ,          ,
      Which an|y print | of good|ness wilt | not take,
        2    ,   2         ,   ,       ,        ,
      Being cap|able of / all ill:| I pit|ied thee,
             ,          ,           ,        ,                 ,
      Took pains | to make | thee speak,| taught thee | each^hour
       ,       2      ,        ,           ,           ,
      One thing or | other:| when thou | didst not | (savage)
        ,          ,   ,                       ,         ,
      Know thine^|own mean/ing; but | wouldst gab|ble, like
          ,            ,       ,       ,          ,     3  3->
420   A thing | most brut|ish, I | endowed | thy pur||poses
             ,            ,           ,                 ,    ,
      With words | that made | them known:| but thy / vile race
                       ,     ,        2       x             ,     ,
      (Though thou / didst learn)| had that in it | which good | natures
        ,      2    ,        ,          ,           ,
      Could not a|bide to | be with;| therefore | wast thou
         ,      ,        ,      ,            ,           ,  ->
      Deser|vedly | confined | into | this rock,|| who hadst
           ,       ,             ,      o
      Deserved | more than | a pris|on.
 
CALIBAN.
             ,          ,         ,         ,       x
      You taught | me lang|uage, and | my prof|it on it
       ,        ,     2       ,           T     T    T        2->
      Is, I | know how to | curse: the | red-plague rid || you
            ,        ,          ,
      For learn|ing me | your lang|uage.
 
PROSPERO.
                                          ,            ,
                                         Hag-|seed*, hence:
        ,         ,   ,                ,                ,
430   Fetch us | in fuel, / and be | quick thou | art best
          ,       ,      ,            ,             ,       ->
      To an|swer oth|er bus|iness: Shrugst | thou (mal||ice)
       ,       2      ,          ,       ,      ,
      If | thou neglectst,| or dost | unwil|lingly
           ,       ,            ,                 ,     ,
      What I | command,| I'll rack | thee with / old cramps,
            ,          ,            ,       T    T    T
      Fill all | thy bones | with aches,| make thee roar,
              ,             ,     3  3     ,
      That beasts | shall trem|ble at thy din.
 
CALIBAN.
                                               T    T    T
                                              No, pray thee.
          ,      ,          ,              ,    ,
      I must | obey, | his art | is of / such power,
           ,          ,         ,      ,   ,
      It would | control | my dam's | god Se/tebos,
            ,       ,       ,
      And make | a vas|sal of | him.
 
PROSPERO.
                                            ,      ,
440                                  So / slave, hence!
 
[Exit CALIBAN]
 
[Re-enter ARIEL invisible, playing and singing; FERDINAND following]
 
[ARIEL'S SONG.]
 
        ,      ,          ,         ,
      Come un|to these | yellow | sands,
      <-         __     __     ___     oo
         And || then | take | hands: |
        ,          ,          ,            ,
      Curtsied | when you | have, and | kissed
      <-         __     ___     ___    oo
         The || wild | waves | whist:|
        ,         ,        ,          ,
      Foot it | featly | here and | there;
      <-         ___      ___      __          ,      ->
         And || sweet | sprites | bear | the burd||en.
        ,      __
      Hark, | hark, |
                       ___   ___
[SPIRITS:]       Bow | wow,
            ,            ,
      The watch | dogs bark |
                               ___   ___
450   [SPIRITS:]               Bow | wow.
       __     __    _    __
      Hark,| hark,| I | hear,
             ,          ,          ,      ,
      The strain | of strut|ting Chan|ticleer
            ,      ,       ,    oo
      Cry Cock|-a-did|dle-dow.|
 
FERDINAND.
        ,                  ,      ,     2     ,      2      ,
      Where should | this mu|sic be?| In the air,| or the earth?
            ,          ,         ,         ,       ,
      It sounds | no more: and sure | it waits | upon
            ,      2     ,        ,        ,       ,
      Some god | of the is|land. Sit|ting on | a bank,
        ,          ,          ,        ,          ,
      Weeping | again | the king | my fat|her's wrack,
            ,       ,      ,   2   ,         ,
      This mu|sic crept | by me u|pon the | waters,
         ,        ,           ,   2     ,    ,
      Allay|ing both | their fu|ry and my | passion
                   ,    ,       ,             ,         ,
460   With its / sweet air:| thence I | have fol|lowed it,
        ,             ,         ,        ,           ,
      (Or it | hath drawn | me rat|her) but | 'tis gone.
       ,           ,       ,
      No, it | begins | again.
 
[ARIEL sings]
            ,        ,         ,        ,
      Full fa|thom five | thy fa|ther lies,
       ,         ,          ,       __
      Of his | bones are | coral | made:
        ,            ,            ,         __
      Those are | pearls that | were his | eyes,
       ,         ,         ,          __
      Nothing | of him | that doth | fade,
       ,          ,          ,     __
      But doth | suffer | a sea|-change
       ,       ,           ,          ___
      Into | something | rich and | strange.
       T     T     T       ,        ,
      Sea-nymphs hour|ly ring his knell.
                  __    oo    __     oo
470   [SPIRITS:] Ding |    | dong. |
        ,     2      ,           T    T   T
      Hark now I | hear them,| ding-dong bell.
 
FERDINAND.
           ,       ,       ,              ,     ,      ->
      The dit|ty does | remem|ber my / drowned fa||ther,
        ,      2    ,       ,          ,         ,
      This | is no mor|tal bus|iness, nor | no sound
          2      ,       ,         ,        ,      ,
      That the earth | owes: I | hear it | now a|bove me.
 
PROSPERO.
            ,       ,         ,          ,        ,
      The fring|ed cur|tains of | thine^eye | advance,
           ,                  ,     ,
      And say | what thou / seest yond.
 
MIRANDA.
                                               x           x
                                        What is it? | a spirit?
        ,              ,        ,         ,         ,
      Lord, how | it looks | about: | Believe | me sir,
          ,             ,     ,           ,        x
      It car|ries a / brave form. | But 'tis | a spirit.
 
PROSPERO.
           ,          ,           ,           ,          ,      2->
480   No wench;| it eats,| and sleeps,| and hath | such^sen||ses
          ,           ,          ,         ,            ,
      As we | have: such.| This gal|lant which | thou seest
           ,         ,      ,               ,           ,
      Was in | the wrack:| and but | he's some|thing stained
             ,              ,        ,                  ,     ,        2->
      With grief |(that's^beau|ty's can|ker) thou / mightst call || him
          ,      ,        ,          ,         ,       2->
      A good|ly per|son: he | hath lost | his fel||lows
             ,        ,         ,
      And strays | about | to find | them.
 
MIRANDA.
                                           ,           ,        2->
                                           I | might call || him
          ,         ,         ,        ,    ,
      A thing | divine,| for no|thing nat|ural
         ,     ,        ,    3
      I ev|er saw | so no|ble.
 
PROSPERO.
                                3      ,      ,
[Aside]                 It goes on | I see
        2     ,       ,            Tx      T    Tx            ,         2->
490   As my soul | prompts it:|  Spirit, fine spirit,| I'll free || thee
          ,          ,          ,
      within | two days | for this.
 
FERDINAND.
                                           ,         ,       2->
                                    Most^sure,| the god||dess
           ,            ,        ,            ,          ,
      On whom | these^airs | attend: | Vouchsafe | my prayer
           ,      ,    2     ,     ,          ,
      May know | if you re|main u|pon this | island,
            ,          ,           ,         ,         ,
      And that | you will | some good | instruc|tion give
          ,         ,         ,         ,         ,
      How I | may bear | me here:| my prime | request,
         ,    2       ,         ,         ,        ,
      (Which I do | last pro|nounce) is |(O you | wonder)
          ,         ,        ,
      If you | be maid,| or no?
 
MIRANDA.
                                   ,        ,
                               No won|der sir,
           ,       ,       ,
500   But cer|tainly | a maid.
 
FERDINAND.
                                   ,            x  
                              My lang|uage?  Heavens:
      ,            ,         ,           ,             ,
      I am | the best | of them | that speak | this speech,
           ,         ,           ,
      Were I | but where | 'tis spo|ken.
 
PROSPERO.
                                          ,           ,
                                         How? | The best?
             ,      ,    2        ,        ,         ,
      What wert | thou if the | King of | Naples | heard thee?
 
FERDINAND.
         ,        ,       2   ,    ,           ,
      A sin|gle thing,| as I am | now, that | wonders
           ,           ,         ,              ,    ,       2->
      To hear | thee speak | of Na|ples: he / does hear || me,
            ,         ,        ,     .  T   T  T       ->
      And that | he does,| I weep:| myself am Na||ples,
       ,        2       ,     Tx     T    .  T        ,
      Who | with mine^eyes |(never since at ebb)| beheld
            ,        ,         ,
510   The King | my fa|ther wracked.
 
MIRANDA.
                                          ,         ,     2->
                                       Alack,| for mer||cy.
 
FERDINAND.
            ,          ,          ,           ,        ,      ->
      Yes faith,| and all | his lords,| the Duke | of Mi||lan,
         2        ,    ,      2     ,
      And his / brave son | being twain.
 
PROSPERO.
                                               ,        ,     3->
[Aside.]                           The Duke | of Mi||lan,
         3      ,      ,        ,          ,         ,
      And his more | braver | daughter | could con|trol thee
          ,           ,         x                ,     ,
      If now | twere fit | to do it:| At the / first sight
                     ,      ,     ,    2   ,    ,
      They have / changed eyes:| del|icate Ar|iel,
            ,           ,          ,                      ,          ,
      I'll set | thee free | for this. [To FERDINAND] A word | good sir:
          ,       2       ,          ,           ,         ,
      I fear | you have done | yourself | some wrong:| a word.
 
MIRANDA.
                      ,         ,       ,      ,          ,
520   [Aside.] Why speaks | my fa|ther so | ungent|ly?  This
                 ,    ,          ,       ,           ,
      Is the / third man | that ere | I saw: | the first
            ,        ,            ,      ,        ,      2->
      That ere | I sighed | for: pi|ty move | my fa||ther
          ,        ,         ,
      To be | inclined | my way!
 
FERDINAND.
                                 ,    2     ,
[Aside.]                   O, if a | virgin,
       ,      2    ,         ,           ,             ,
      And your af|fection | not gone | forth, I'll | make you
            ,         ,
      The Queen | of Na|ples.
 
PROSPERO.
                                ,          ,            ,
                              Soft | sir, one | word* more.
                  2      ,        ,           x        2       ,      ,
[Aside] They are both | in ei|ther's powers:| but this swift | business
          ,       ,      ,      .   T    T    T       2->
      I must | unea|sy make,| lest^too light win||ning
                   ,     ,                    T    T    T        ,           2->
530   Make the / prize light. [To FERDINAND] One word more:| I charge || thee
             ,        ,          ,           ,       ,
      That thou | attend | me: Thou | dost here | usurp
            ,           ,     ,               ,        ,
      The name | thou owst | not, and | hast put | thyself
        ,          ,       ,      ,          x
      Upon | this is|land as | a spy,| to win it
        ,             ,      2
      From me,| the lord | on it.
 
FERDINAND.
                                   ,         ,      ,
                                  No,| as I am | a man.
 
MIRANDA.
               ,        ,          ,          ,         x
      There's not|hing ill,| can dwell | in such | a temple,
                ,   ,        ,         ,        ,
      If the / ill spi|rit have | so fair | a house,
        ,                   ,          ,         2
      Good things | will strive | to dwell | with it.
 
PROSPERO.
                                                       ,       ,
      {To FERDINAND]                                  Fol|low me.
                     ,          ,         ,             ,                  ,
540   [To MIRANDA] Speak not | you for | him: he's | a trai|tor: [to F.] Come,
            ,    ,          ,          ,       ,       ->
      I'll man|acle | thy neck | and feet | toge||ther:
       ,    ,        ,            ,            ,       3
      Sea-|water | shalt thou | drink: thy | food shall be
      <-3         T     T     T          ,         ,           ,
         The || fresh-brook  mus|sels, with|ered roots,| and husks
           ,        ,        ,        ,
      Wherein | the a|corn crad|led. Fol|low.
 
FERDINAND.
                                              ,
                                             No,
          ,       ,           ,      ,         ,
      I will | resist | such^en|tertain|ment till
            ,  3 3      ,      T
      Mine^en|emy has more | power.
 
[He draws, and is charmed from moving.]
 
MIRANDA.
                                     T   T     ,
                                     O dear | father,
        T   T   T      ,        ,         ,
      Make not too | rash a | trial of | him, for
            ,              ,    ,
550   He's gen|tle, and / not fear|ful.
 
PROSPERO.
                                          ,       ,
                                        What | I say,
           ,        ,       ,           ,         ,      2->
      My foot | my tu|tor? Put | thy sword | up trai||tor,
            ,         ,          ,            ,          ,          2->
      Who makst | a show,| but darst | not strike:| thy con||science
          ,         ,            ,       ,               ,
      Is so | possessed | with guilt:| come from | thy ward,
          ,         ,        ,           ,           ,
      For I | can here | disarm | thee with | this^stick
           ,          ,        ,
      And make | thy wea|pon drop.
 
MIRANDA.
                                     x            ,
                                   Beseech you | father.
 
PROSPERO.
        ,           ,    2      ,
      Hence: hang^|not on my | garments.
 
MIRANDA.
                                          ,          ,
                                         Sir have | pity,
        ,    2        ,
560   I'll be his | surety.
 
PROSPERO.
                              ,          T    T    T
                             Silence:|  One word more
              ,         ,            ,         ,            ,
      Shall make | me chide | thee, if | not hate | thee: What,
          ,     ,     ,          ,          ,
      An ad|vocate | for an | impos|tor?  Hush:
              ,                  ,   ,            ,         ,
      Thou thinkst | there is / no more | such shapes | as he,
          2     ,         ,         ,    2     ,         ,
      (Having seen | but him | and Cal|iban*) foo|lish wench,
        2      ,        ,          ,      ,    ,
      To the most | of men | this is | a Ca|liban,
            ,        ,         ,
      And they | to him | are an|gels.
 
MIRANDA.
                                        ,      ,        2->
                                       My | affec||tions
            ,          ,       ,         ,      ,      2->
      Are then | most^hum|ble: I | have no | ambit||ion
          ,        ,    2   ,
570   To see | a good|lier man.
 
PROSPERO.
                                      ,      ,
[To FERDINAND]            Come on,| obey:
             ,          ,          ,    ,       ,
      Thy nerves | are in | their in|fancy | again,
            ,        ,       ,
      And have | no vig|our in | them.
 
FERDINAND.
                                       ,         ,
                                      So | they are:
           ,        ,     2    ,                 ,    ,
      My spir|its, as | in a dream,| are all / bound up.
          ,          ,          ,         ,         ,
      My fa|ther's loss,| the weak|ness which | I feel,
            ,         ,          ,            ,             ,
      The wrack | of all | my friends,| nor this | man's^threats,
           ,       ,       ,        2      ,         ,
      To whom | I am | subdued,| are but light | to me,
            ,          ,          ,        ,       ,
      Might^I | but through | my pri|son once | a day
          ,           ,         ,         ,      2      ,
580   Behold | this maid:| all cor|ners else | of the earth
           ,     ,         ,          ,        ,
      Let lib|erty | make^use | of: space | enough
        ,   2       ,       ,
      Have I in | such a | prison.
 
PROSPERO.
                                       ,                  ,
[Aside]                     It works:  [To F] Come on.
          2       ,      T     T   T  2           ,       ,
      Thou hast done | well, fine Ar|iel. [To F] Fol|low me,
                   ,      2         ,           ,
[To ARIEL] Hark what thou | else shalt | do me.
 
MIRANDA.
                                                       ,       ,
                                                      Be of | comfort,
          ,         ,      ,       ,        ,
      My fa|ther's of | a bet|ter na|ture (sir)
            ,       ,           ,       ,    2    ,
      Than he | appears | by speech:| this is un|wonted,
             ,      ,          ,
      Which now | came from | him.
 
PROSPERO.
                                          ,       2     ,
590                                Thou shalt | be as free
           ,         ,           ,       ,      ,
      As moun|tain winds;| but then | exact|ly do
             ,         ,       ,
      All points | of my | command.
 
ARIEL.
                                     ,        ,         ->
                                    To the | sylla||ble.
 
PROSPERO.
        ,     ,              ,         ,
      Come | follow:| Speak^not | for him.
 
[Exeunt]

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