By William Shakespeare, Tanya Grosz, Linda Wendler

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But you are welcome to find even more within the play or from other Shakespearean plays. Explain the situation and what occurs within it in modern-day language after writing it. Have fun with it: Strive to sound like the play you are reading, but don’t worry if some words aren’t really Shakespearean. Your teacher may want you to act out these little scenes, with the class guessing what your scene is about after your performance is complete. Example: Angry Woman to Man: Thou canker-blossom! Thou didst promise thine son would’st rake my yard, and he hath not yet done it!

____ 8. What does Ferdinand have to say to Miranda about the slavery to which he has been reduced by Prospero? a. They think it is poisonous. b. It disappears before they can eat it. c. It is not real food, and when they attempt to eat it, it tastes sour and vile. d. Their mouths are sealed by Ariel so they cannot eat. a. He wouldn’t stand for it if it weren’t for the lovely Miranda, for whom he would willingly be a simple slave. b. He will seek revenge against her father as soon as he is able.

Answers will vary. Ariel performs all of the supernatural errands of Prospero, such as making sure the men don’t drown, pretending he’s a Harpy, and so forth. He feels wronged by Prospero since he is made to be Prospero’s slave and is imprisoned in a cave (for attempting to rape Miranda). He is frightened of Prospero, since punishment always means physical pain for Caliban. He gathers wood and performs houseservant duties for Prospero. His work mainly involves physical labor. secret alliances with Prospero’s supporters to usurp Prospero’s power and position.

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