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Shakespeare Character Vocab - Assignment

This scraper scrapes the Complete Works of Shakespeare, finds the characters in each play and makes a list of all the unique words they’ve spoken. It then counts them to build a dataset of the size of each character’s vocabulary which you see above.

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<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" ""> <html> <head> <title>The Tempest: Entire Play </title> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"> <LINK rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="screen" href="/shake.css"> </HEAD> <body bgcolor="#ffffff" text="#000000"> <table width="100%" bgcolor="#CCF6F6"> <tr><td class="play" align="center">The Tempest <tr><td class="nav" align="center"> <a href="/Shakespeare">Shakespeare homepage</A> | <A href="/tempest/">The Tempest</A> | Entire play </table> <H3>ACT I</h3> <h3>SCENE I. On a ship at sea: a tempestuous noise</h3> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.1>of thunder and lightning heard.</A><br> <p><i>Enter a Master and a Boatswain</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech1><b>Master</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.2>Boatswain!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech2><b>Boatswain</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.3>Here, master: what cheer?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech3><b>Master</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.4>Good, speak to the mariners: fall to't, yarely,</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.5>or we run ourselves aground: bestir, bestir.</A><br> <p><i>Exit</i></p> <p><i>Enter Mariners</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech4><b>Boatswain</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.6>Heigh, my hearts! cheerly, cheerly, my hearts!</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.7>yare, yare! Take in the topsail. Tend to the</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.8>master's whistle. Blow, till thou burst thy wind,</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.9>if room enough!</A><br> <p><i>Enter ALONSO, SEBASTIAN, ANTONIO, FERDINAND, GONZALO, and others</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech5><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.10>Good boatswain, have care. Where's the master?</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.11>Play the men.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech6><b>Boatswain</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.12>I pray now, keep below.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech7><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.13>Where is the master, boatswain?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech8><b>Boatswain</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.14>Do you not hear him? You mar our labour: keep your</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.15>cabins: you do assist the storm.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech9><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.16>Nay, good, be patient.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech10><b>Boatswain</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.17>When the sea is. Hence! What cares these roarers</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.18>for the name of king? To cabin: silence! trouble us not.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech11><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.19>Good, yet remember whom thou hast aboard.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech12><b>Boatswain</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.20>None that I more love than myself. You are a</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.21>counsellor; if you can command these elements to</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.22>silence, and work the peace of the present, we will</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.23>not hand a rope more; use your authority: if you</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.24>cannot, give thanks you have lived so long, and make</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.25>yourself ready in your cabin for the mischance of</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.26>the hour, if it so hap. Cheerly, good hearts! Out</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.27>of our way, I say.</A><br> <p><i>Exit</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech13><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.28>I have great comfort from this fellow: methinks he</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.29>hath no drowning mark upon him; his complexion is</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.30>perfect gallows. Stand fast, good Fate, to his</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.31>hanging: make the rope of his destiny our cable,</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.32>for our own doth little advantage. If he be not</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.33>born to be hanged, our case is miserable.</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt</i></p> <p><i>Re-enter Boatswain</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech14><b>Boatswain</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.34>Down with the topmast! yare! lower, lower! Bring</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.35>her to try with main-course.</A><br> <p><i>A cry within</i></p> <A NAME=1.1.36>A plague upon this howling! they are louder than</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.37>the weather or our office.</A><br> <p><i>Re-enter SEBASTIAN, ANTONIO, and GONZALO</i></p> <A NAME=1.1.38>Yet again! what do you here? Shall we give o'er</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.39>and drown? Have you a mind to sink?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech15><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.40>A pox o' your throat, you bawling, blasphemous,</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.41>incharitable dog!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech16><b>Boatswain</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.42>Work you then.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech17><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.43>Hang, cur! hang, you whoreson, insolent noisemaker!</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.44>We are less afraid to be drowned than thou art.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech18><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.45>I'll warrant him for drowning; though the ship were</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.46>no stronger than a nutshell and as leaky as an</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.47>unstanched wench.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech19><b>Boatswain</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.48>Lay her a-hold, a-hold! set her two courses off to</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.49>sea again; lay her off.</A><br> <p><i>Enter Mariners wet</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech20><b>Mariners</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.50>All lost! to prayers, to prayers! all lost!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech21><b>Boatswain</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.51>What, must our mouths be cold?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech22><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.52>The king and prince at prayers! let's assist them,</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.53>For our case is as theirs.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech23><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.54>I'm out of patience.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech24><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.55>We are merely cheated of our lives by drunkards:</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.56>This wide-chapp'd rascal--would thou mightst lie drowning</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.57>The washing of ten tides!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech25><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.58>He'll be hang'd yet,</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.59>Though every drop of water swear against it</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.60>And gape at widest to glut him.</A><br> <p><i>A confused noise within: 'Mercy on us!'-- 'We split, we split!'--'Farewell, my wife and children!'-- 'Farewell, brother!'--'We split, we split, we split!'</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech26><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.61>Let's all sink with the king.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech27><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.62>Let's take leave of him.</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt ANTONIO and SEBASTIAN</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech28><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.1.63>Now would I give a thousand furlongs of sea for an</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.64>acre of barren ground, long heath, brown furze, any</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.65>thing. The wills above be done! but I would fain</A><br> <A NAME=1.1.66>die a dry death.</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt</i></p> </blockquote> <h3>SCENE II. The island. Before PROSPERO'S cell.</h3> <p><blockquote> <i>Enter PROSPERO and MIRANDA</i> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech1><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.1>If by your art, my dearest father, you have</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.2>Put the wild waters in this roar, allay them.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.3>The sky, it seems, would pour down stinking pitch,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.4>But that the sea, mounting to the welkin's cheek,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.5>Dashes the fire out. O, I have suffered</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.6>With those that I saw suffer: a brave vessel,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.7>Who had, no doubt, some noble creature in her,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.8>Dash'd all to pieces. O, the cry did knock</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.9>Against my very heart. Poor souls, they perish'd.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.10>Had I been any god of power, I would</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.11>Have sunk the sea within the earth or ere</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.12>It should the good ship so have swallow'd and</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.13>The fraughting souls within her.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech2><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.14>Be collected:</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.15>No more amazement: tell your piteous heart</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.16>There's no harm done.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech3><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.17>O, woe the day!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech4><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.18>No harm.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.19>I have done nothing but in care of thee,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.20>Of thee, my dear one, thee, my daughter, who</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.21>Art ignorant of what thou art, nought knowing</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.22>Of whence I am, nor that I am more better</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.23>Than Prospero, master of a full poor cell,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.24>And thy no greater father.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech5><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.25>More to know</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.26>Did never meddle with my thoughts.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech6><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.27>'Tis time</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.28>I should inform thee farther. Lend thy hand,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.29>And pluck my magic garment from me. So:</A><br> <p><i>Lays down his mantle</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.30>Lie there, my art. Wipe thou thine eyes; have comfort.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.31>The direful spectacle of the wreck, which touch'd</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.32>The very virtue of compassion in thee,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.33>I have with such provision in mine art</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.34>So safely ordered that there is no soul--</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.35>No, not so much perdition as an hair</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.36>Betid to any creature in the vessel</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.37>Which thou heard'st cry, which thou saw'st sink. Sit down;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.38>For thou must now know farther.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech7><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.39>You have often</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.40>Begun to tell me what I am, but stopp'd</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.41>And left me to a bootless inquisition,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.42>Concluding 'Stay: not yet.'</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech8><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.43>The hour's now come;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.44>The very minute bids thee ope thine ear;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.45>Obey and be attentive. Canst thou remember</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.46>A time before we came unto this cell?</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.47>I do not think thou canst, for then thou wast not</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.48>Out three years old.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech9><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.49>Certainly, sir, I can.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech10><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.50>By what? by any other house or person?</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.51>Of any thing the image tell me that</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.52>Hath kept with thy remembrance.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech11><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.53>'Tis far off</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.54>And rather like a dream than an assurance</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.55>That my remembrance warrants. Had I not</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.56>Four or five women once that tended me?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech12><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.57>Thou hadst, and more, Miranda. But how is it</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.58>That this lives in thy mind? What seest thou else</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.59>In the dark backward and abysm of time?</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.60>If thou remember'st aught ere thou camest here,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.61>How thou camest here thou mayst.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech13><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.62>But that I do not.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech14><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.63>Twelve year since, Miranda, twelve year since,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.64>Thy father was the Duke of Milan and</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.65>A prince of power.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech15><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.66> Sir, are not you my father?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech16><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.67>Thy mother was a piece of virtue, and</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.68>She said thou wast my daughter; and thy father</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.69>Was Duke of Milan; and thou his only heir</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.70>And princess no worse issued.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech17><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.71>O the heavens!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.72>What foul play had we, that we came from thence?</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.73>Or blessed was't we did?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech18><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.74>Both, both, my girl:</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.75>By foul play, as thou say'st, were we heaved thence,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.76>But blessedly holp hither.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech19><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.77>O, my heart bleeds</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.78>To think o' the teen that I have turn'd you to,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.79>Which is from my remembrance! Please you, farther.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech20><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.80>My brother and thy uncle, call'd Antonio--</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.81>I pray thee, mark me--that a brother should</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.82>Be so perfidious!--he whom next thyself</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.83>Of all the world I loved and to him put</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.84>The manage of my state; as at that time</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.85>Through all the signories it was the first</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.86>And Prospero the prime duke, being so reputed</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.87>In dignity, and for the liberal arts</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.88>Without a parallel; those being all my study,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.89>The government I cast upon my brother</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.90>And to my state grew stranger, being transported</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.91>And rapt in secret studies. Thy false uncle--</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.92>Dost thou attend me?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech21><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.93>Sir, most heedfully.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech22><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.94>Being once perfected how to grant suits,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.95>How to deny them, who to advance and who</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.96>To trash for over-topping, new created</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.97>The creatures that were mine, I say, or changed 'em,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.98>Or else new form'd 'em; having both the key</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.99>Of officer and office, set all hearts i' the state</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.100>To what tune pleased his ear; that now he was</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.101>The ivy which had hid my princely trunk,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.102>And suck'd my verdure out on't. Thou attend'st not.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech23><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.103>O, good sir, I do.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech24><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.104> I pray thee, mark me.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.105>I, thus neglecting worldly ends, all dedicated</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.106>To closeness and the bettering of my mind</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.107>With that which, but by being so retired,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.108>O'er-prized all popular rate, in my false brother</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.109>Awaked an evil nature; and my trust,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.110>Like a good parent, did beget of him</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.111>A falsehood in its contrary as great</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.112>As my trust was; which had indeed no limit,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.113>A confidence sans bound. He being thus lorded,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.114>Not only with what my revenue yielded,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.115>But what my power might else exact, like one</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.116>Who having into truth, by telling of it,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.117>Made such a sinner of his memory,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.118>To credit his own lie, he did believe</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.119>He was indeed the duke; out o' the substitution</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.120>And executing the outward face of royalty,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.121>With all prerogative: hence his ambition growing--</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.122>Dost thou hear?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech25><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.123> Your tale, sir, would cure deafness.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech26><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.124>To have no screen between this part he play'd</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.125>And him he play'd it for, he needs will be</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.126>Absolute Milan. Me, poor man, my library</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.127>Was dukedom large enough: of temporal royalties</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.128>He thinks me now incapable; confederates--</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.129>So dry he was for sway--wi' the King of Naples</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.130>To give him annual tribute, do him homage,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.131>Subject his coronet to his crown and bend</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.132>The dukedom yet unbow'd--alas, poor Milan!--</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.133>To most ignoble stooping.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech27><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.134>O the heavens!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech28><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.135>Mark his condition and the event; then tell me</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.136>If this might be a brother.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech29><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.137>I should sin</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.138>To think but nobly of my grandmother:</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.139>Good wombs have borne bad sons.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech30><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.140>Now the condition.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.141>The King of Naples, being an enemy</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.142>To me inveterate, hearkens my brother's suit;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.143>Which was, that he, in lieu o' the premises</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.144>Of homage and I know not how much tribute,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.145>Should presently extirpate me and mine</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.146>Out of the dukedom and confer fair Milan</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.147>With all the honours on my brother: whereon,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.148>A treacherous army levied, one midnight</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.149>Fated to the purpose did Antonio open</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.150>The gates of Milan, and, i' the dead of darkness,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.151>The ministers for the purpose hurried thence</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.152>Me and thy crying self.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech31><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.153>Alack, for pity!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.154>I, not remembering how I cried out then,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.155>Will cry it o'er again: it is a hint</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.156>That wrings mine eyes to't.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech32><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.157>Hear a little further</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.158>And then I'll bring thee to the present business</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.159>Which now's upon's; without the which this story</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.160>Were most impertinent.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech33><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.161>Wherefore did they not</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.162>That hour destroy us?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech34><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.163>Well demanded, wench:</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.164>My tale provokes that question. Dear, they durst not,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.165>So dear the love my people bore me, nor set</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.166>A mark so bloody on the business, but</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.167>With colours fairer painted their foul ends.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.168>In few, they hurried us aboard a bark,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.169>Bore us some leagues to sea; where they prepared</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.170>A rotten carcass of a boat, not rigg'd,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.171>Nor tackle, sail, nor mast; the very rats</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.172>Instinctively had quit it: there they hoist us,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.173>To cry to the sea that roar'd to us, to sigh</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.174>To the winds whose pity, sighing back again,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.175>Did us but loving wrong.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech35><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.176>Alack, what trouble</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.177>Was I then to you!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech36><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.178> O, a cherubim</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.179>Thou wast that did preserve me. Thou didst smile.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.180>Infused with a fortitude from heaven,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.181>When I have deck'd the sea with drops full salt,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.182>Under my burthen groan'd; which raised in me</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.183>An undergoing stomach, to bear up</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.184>Against what should ensue.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech37><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.185>How came we ashore?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech38><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.186>By Providence divine.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.187>Some food we had and some fresh water that</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.188>A noble Neapolitan, Gonzalo,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.189>Out of his charity, being then appointed</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.190>Master of this design, did give us, with</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.191>Rich garments, linens, stuffs and necessaries,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.192>Which since have steaded much; so, of his gentleness,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.193>Knowing I loved my books, he furnish'd me</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.194>From mine own library with volumes that</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.195>I prize above my dukedom.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech39><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.196>Would I might</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.197>But ever see that man!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech40><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.198>Now I arise:</A><br> <p><i>Resumes his mantle</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.199>Sit still, and hear the last of our sea-sorrow.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.200>Here in this island we arrived; and here</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.201>Have I, thy schoolmaster, made thee more profit</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.202>Than other princesses can that have more time</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.203>For vainer hours and tutors not so careful.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech41><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.204>Heavens thank you for't! And now, I pray you, sir,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.205>For still 'tis beating in my mind, your reason</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.206>For raising this sea-storm?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech42><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.207>Know thus far forth.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.208>By accident most strange, bountiful Fortune,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.209>Now my dear lady, hath mine enemies</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.210>Brought to this shore; and by my prescience</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.211>I find my zenith doth depend upon</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.212>A most auspicious star, whose influence</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.213>If now I court not but omit, my fortunes</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.214>Will ever after droop. Here cease more questions:</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.215>Thou art inclined to sleep; 'tis a good dulness,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.216>And give it way: I know thou canst not choose.</A><br> <p><i>MIRANDA sleeps</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.217>Come away, servant, come. I am ready now.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.218>Approach, my Ariel, come.</A><br> <p><i>Enter ARIEL</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech43><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.219>All hail, great master! grave sir, hail! I come</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.220>To answer thy best pleasure; be't to fly,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.221>To swim, to dive into the fire, to ride</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.222>On the curl'd clouds, to thy strong bidding task</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.223>Ariel and all his quality.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech44><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.224>Hast thou, spirit,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.225>Perform'd to point the tempest that I bade thee?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech45><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.226>To every article.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.227>I boarded the king's ship; now on the beak,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.228>Now in the waist, the deck, in every cabin,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.229>I flamed amazement: sometime I'ld divide,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.230>And burn in many places; on the topmast,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.231>The yards and bowsprit, would I flame distinctly,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.232>Then meet and join. Jove's lightnings, the precursors</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.233>O' the dreadful thunder-claps, more momentary</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.234>And sight-outrunning were not; the fire and cracks</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.235>Of sulphurous roaring the most mighty Neptune</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.236>Seem to besiege and make his bold waves tremble,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.237>Yea, his dread trident shake.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech46><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.238>My brave spirit!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.239>Who was so firm, so constant, that this coil</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.240>Would not infect his reason?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech47><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.241>Not a soul</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.242>But felt a fever of the mad and play'd</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.243>Some tricks of desperation. All but mariners</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.244>Plunged in the foaming brine and quit the vessel,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.245>Then all afire with me: the king's son, Ferdinand,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.246>With hair up-staring,--then like reeds, not hair,--</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.247>Was the first man that leap'd; cried, 'Hell is empty</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.248>And all the devils are here.'</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech48><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.249>Why that's my spirit!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.250>But was not this nigh shore?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech49><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.251>Close by, my master.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech50><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.252>But are they, Ariel, safe?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech51><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.253>Not a hair perish'd;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.254>On their sustaining garments not a blemish,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.255>But fresher than before: and, as thou badest me,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.256>In troops I have dispersed them 'bout the isle.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.257>The king's son have I landed by himself;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.258>Whom I left cooling of the air with sighs</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.259>In an odd angle of the isle and sitting,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.260>His arms in this sad knot.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech52><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.261>Of the king's ship</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.262>The mariners say how thou hast disposed</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.263>And all the rest o' the fleet.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech53><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.264>Safely in harbour</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.265>Is the king's ship; in the deep nook, where once</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.266>Thou call'dst me up at midnight to fetch dew</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.267>From the still-vex'd Bermoothes, there she's hid:</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.268>The mariners all under hatches stow'd;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.269>Who, with a charm join'd to their suffer'd labour,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.270>I have left asleep; and for the rest o' the fleet</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.271>Which I dispersed, they all have met again</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.272>And are upon the Mediterranean flote,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.273>Bound sadly home for Naples,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.274>Supposing that they saw the king's ship wreck'd</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.275>And his great person perish.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech54><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.276>Ariel, thy charge</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.277>Exactly is perform'd: but there's more work.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.278>What is the time o' the day?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech55><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.279>Past the mid season.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech56><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.280>At least two glasses. The time 'twixt six and now</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.281>Must by us both be spent most preciously.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech57><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.282>Is there more toil? Since thou dost give me pains,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.283>Let me remember thee what thou hast promised,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.284>Which is not yet perform'd me.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech58><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.285>How now? moody?</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.286>What is't thou canst demand?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech59><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.287>My liberty.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech60><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.288>Before the time be out? no more!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech61><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.289>I prithee,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.290>Remember I have done thee worthy service;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.291>Told thee no lies, made thee no mistakings, served</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.292>Without or grudge or grumblings: thou didst promise</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.293>To bate me a full year.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech62><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.294>Dost thou forget</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.295>From what a torment I did free thee?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech63><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.296>No.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech64><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.297>Thou dost, and think'st it much to tread the ooze</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.298>Of the salt deep,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.299>To run upon the sharp wind of the north,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.300>To do me business in the veins o' the earth</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.301>When it is baked with frost.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech65><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.302>I do not, sir.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech66><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.303>Thou liest, malignant thing! Hast thou forgot</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.304>The foul witch Sycorax, who with age and envy</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.305>Was grown into a hoop? hast thou forgot her?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech67><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.306>No, sir.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech68><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.307> Thou hast. Where was she born? speak; tell me.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech69><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.308>Sir, in Argier.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech70><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.309> O, was she so? I must</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.310>Once in a month recount what thou hast been,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.311>Which thou forget'st. This damn'd witch Sycorax,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.312>For mischiefs manifold and sorceries terrible</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.313>To enter human hearing, from Argier,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.314>Thou know'st, was banish'd: for one thing she did</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.315>They would not take her life. Is not this true?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech71><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.316>Ay, sir.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech72><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.317>This blue-eyed hag was hither brought with child</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.318>And here was left by the sailors. Thou, my slave,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.319>As thou report'st thyself, wast then her servant;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.320>And, for thou wast a spirit too delicate</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.321>To act her earthy and abhorr'd commands,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.322>Refusing her grand hests, she did confine thee,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.323>By help of her more potent ministers</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.324>And in her most unmitigable rage,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.325>Into a cloven pine; within which rift</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.326>Imprison'd thou didst painfully remain</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.327>A dozen years; within which space she died</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.328>And left thee there; where thou didst vent thy groans</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.329>As fast as mill-wheels strike. Then was this island--</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.330>Save for the son that she did litter here,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.331>A freckled whelp hag-born--not honour'd with</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.332>A human shape.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech73><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.333> Yes, Caliban her son.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech74><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.334>Dull thing, I say so; he, that Caliban</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.335>Whom now I keep in service. Thou best k now'st</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.336>What torment I did find thee in; thy groans</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.337>Did make wolves howl and penetrate the breasts</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.338>Of ever angry bears: it was a torment</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.339>To lay upon the damn'd, which Sycorax</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.340>Could not again undo: it was mine art,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.341>When I arrived and heard thee, that made gape</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.342>The pine and let thee out.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech75><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.343>I thank thee, master.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech76><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.344>If thou more murmur'st, I will rend an oak</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.345>And peg thee in his knotty entrails till</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.346>Thou hast howl'd away twelve winters.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech77><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.347>Pardon, master;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.348>I will be correspondent to command</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.349>And do my spiriting gently.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech78><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.350>Do so, and after two days</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.351>I will discharge thee.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech79><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.352>That's my noble master!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.353>What shall I do? say what; what shall I do?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech80><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.354>Go make thyself like a nymph o' the sea: be subject</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.355>To no sight but thine and mine, invisible</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.356>To every eyeball else. Go take this shape</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.357>And hither come in't: go, hence with diligence!</A><br> <p><i>Exit ARIEL</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.358>Awake, dear heart, awake! thou hast slept well; Awake!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech81><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.359> The strangeness of your story put</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.360>Heaviness in me.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech82><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.361> Shake it off. Come on;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.362>We'll visit Caliban my slave, who never</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.363>Yields us kind answer.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech83><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.364>'Tis a villain, sir,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.365>I do not love to look on.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech84><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.366>But, as 'tis,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.367>We cannot miss him: he does make our fire,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.368>Fetch in our wood and serves in offices</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.369>That profit us. What, ho! slave! Caliban!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.370>Thou earth, thou! speak.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech85><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.371>[Within] There's wood enough within.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech86><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.372>Come forth, I say! there's other business for thee:</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.373>Come, thou tortoise! when?</A><br> <p><i>Re-enter ARIEL like a water-nymph</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.374>Fine apparition! My quaint Ariel,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.375>Hark in thine ear.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech87><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.376> My lord it shall be done.</A><br> <p><i>Exit</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech88><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.377>Thou poisonous slave, got by the devil himself</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.378>Upon thy wicked dam, come forth!</A><br> <p><i>Enter CALIBAN</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech89><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.379>As wicked dew as e'er my mother brush'd</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.380>With raven's feather from unwholesome fen</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.381>Drop on you both! a south-west blow on ye</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.382>And blister you all o'er!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech90><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.383>For this, be sure, to-night thou shalt have cramps,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.384>Side-stitches that shall pen thy breath up; urchins</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.385>Shall, for that vast of night that they may work,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.386>All exercise on thee; thou shalt be pinch'd</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.387>As thick as honeycomb, each pinch more stinging</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.388>Than bees that made 'em.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech91><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.389>I must eat my dinner.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.390>This island's mine, by Sycorax my mother,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.391>Which thou takest from me. When thou camest first,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.392>Thou strokedst me and madest much of me, wouldst give me</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.393>Water with berries in't, and teach me how</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.394>To name the bigger light, and how the less,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.395>That burn by day and night: and then I loved thee</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.396>And show'd thee all the qualities o' the isle,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.397>The fresh springs, brine-pits, barren place and fertile:</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.398>Cursed be I that did so! All the charms</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.399>Of Sycorax, toads, beetles, bats, light on you!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.400>For I am all the subjects that you have,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.401>Which first was mine own king: and here you sty me</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.402>In this hard rock, whiles you do keep from me</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.403>The rest o' the island.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech92><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.404>Thou most lying slave,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.405>Whom stripes may move, not kindness! I have used thee,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.406>Filth as thou art, with human care, and lodged thee</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.407>In mine own cell, till thou didst seek to violate</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.408>The honour of my child.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech93><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.409>O ho, O ho! would't had been done!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.410>Thou didst prevent me; I had peopled else</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.411>This isle with Calibans.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech94><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.412>Abhorred slave,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.413>Which any print of goodness wilt not take,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.414>Being capable of all ill! I pitied thee,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.415>Took pains to make thee speak, taught thee each hour</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.416>One thing or other: when thou didst not, savage,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.417>Know thine own meaning, but wouldst gabble like</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.418>A thing most brutish, I endow'd thy purposes</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.419>With words that made them known. But thy vile race,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.420>Though thou didst learn, had that in't which</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.421>good natures</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.422>Could not abide to be with; therefore wast thou</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.423>Deservedly confined into this rock,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.424>Who hadst deserved more than a prison.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech95><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.425>You taught me language; and my profit on't</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.426>Is, I know how to curse. The red plague rid you</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.427>For learning me your language!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech96><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.428>Hag-seed, hence!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.429>Fetch us in fuel; and be quick, thou'rt best,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.430>To answer other business. Shrug'st thou, malice?</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.431>If thou neglect'st or dost unwillingly</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.432>What I command, I'll rack thee with old cramps,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.433>Fill all thy bones with aches, make thee roar</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.434>That beasts shall tremble at thy din.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech97><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.435>No, pray thee.</A><br> <p><i>Aside</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.436>I must obey: his art is of such power,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.437>It would control my dam's god, Setebos,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.438>and make a vassal of him.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech98><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.439>So, slave; hence!</A><br> <p><i>Exit CALIBAN</i></p> <p><i>Re-enter ARIEL, invisible, playing and singing; FERDINAND following</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.440>ARIEL'S song.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.441>Come unto these yellow sands,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.442>And then take hands:</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.443>Courtsied when you have and kiss'd</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.444>The wild waves whist,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.445>Foot it featly here and there;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.446>And, sweet sprites, the burthen bear.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.447>Hark, hark!</A><br> <p><i>Burthen [dispersedly, within</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.448>The watch-dogs bark!</A><br> <p><i>Burthen Bow-wow</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.449>Hark, hark! I hear</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.450>The strain of strutting chanticleer</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.451>Cry, Cock-a-diddle-dow.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech99><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.452>Where should this music be? i' the air or the earth?</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.453>It sounds no more: and sure, it waits upon</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.454>Some god o' the island. Sitting on a bank,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.455>Weeping again the king my father's wreck,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.456>This music crept by me upon the waters,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.457>Allaying both their fury and my passion</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.458>With its sweet air: thence I have follow'd it,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.459>Or it hath drawn me rather. But 'tis gone.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.460>No, it begins again.</A><br> <p><i>ARIEL sings</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.461>Full fathom five thy father lies;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.462>Of his bones are coral made;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.463>Those are pearls that were his eyes:</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.464>Nothing of him that doth fade</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.465>But doth suffer a sea-change</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.466>Into something rich and strange.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.467>Sea-nymphs hourly ring his knell</A><br> <p><i>Burthen Ding-dong</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.468>Hark! now I hear them,--Ding-dong, bell.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech100><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.469>The ditty does remember my drown'd father.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.470>This is no mortal business, nor no sound</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.471>That the earth owes. I hear it now above me.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech101><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.472>The fringed curtains of thine eye advance</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.473>And say what thou seest yond.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech102><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.474>What is't? a spirit?</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.475>Lord, how it looks about! Believe me, sir,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.476>It carries a brave form. But 'tis a spirit.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech103><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.477>No, wench; it eats and sleeps and hath such senses</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.478>As we have, such. This gallant which thou seest</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.479>Was in the wreck; and, but he's something stain'd</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.480>With grief that's beauty's canker, thou mightst call him</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.481>A goodly person: he hath lost his fellows</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.482>And strays about to find 'em.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech104><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.483>I might call him</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.484>A thing divine, for nothing natural</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.485>I ever saw so noble.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech105><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.486>[Aside] It goes on, I see,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.487>As my soul prompts it. Spirit, fine spirit! I'll free thee</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.488>Within two days for this.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech106><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.489>Most sure, the goddess</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.490>On whom these airs attend! Vouchsafe my prayer</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.491>May know if you remain upon this island;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.492>And that you will some good instruction give</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.493>How I may bear me here: my prime request,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.494>Which I do last pronounce, is, O you wonder!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.495>If you be maid or no?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech107><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.496>No wonder, sir;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.497>But certainly a maid.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech108><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.498>My language! heavens!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.499>I am the best of them that speak this speech,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.500>Were I but where 'tis spoken.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech109><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.501>How? the best?</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.502>What wert thou, if the King of Naples heard thee?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech110><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.503>A single thing, as I am now, that wonders</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.504>To hear thee speak of Naples. He does hear me;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.505>And that he does I weep: myself am Naples,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.506>Who with mine eyes, never since at ebb, beheld</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.507>The king my father wreck'd.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech111><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.508>Alack, for mercy!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech112><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.509>Yes, faith, and all his lords; the Duke of Milan</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.510>And his brave son being twain.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech113><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.511>[Aside] The Duke of Milan</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.512>And his more braver daughter could control thee,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.513>If now 'twere fit to do't. At the first sight</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.514>They have changed eyes. Delicate Ariel,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.515>I'll set thee free for this.</A><br> <p><i>To FERDINAND</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.516>A word, good sir;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.517>I fear you have done yourself some wrong: a word.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech114><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.518>Why speaks my father so ungently? This</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.519>Is the third man that e'er I saw, the first</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.520>That e'er I sigh'd for: pity move my father</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.521>To be inclined my way!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech115><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.522>O, if a virgin,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.523>And your affection not gone forth, I'll make you</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.524>The queen of Naples.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech116><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.525>Soft, sir! one word more.</A><br> <p><i>Aside</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.526>They are both in either's powers; but this swift business</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.527>I must uneasy make, lest too light winning</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.528>Make the prize light.</A><br> <p><i>To FERDINAND</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.529>One word more; I charge thee</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.530>That thou attend me: thou dost here usurp</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.531>The name thou owest not; and hast put thyself</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.532>Upon this island as a spy, to win it</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.533>From me, the lord on't.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech117><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.534>No, as I am a man.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech118><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.535>There's nothing ill can dwell in such a temple:</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.536>If the ill spirit have so fair a house,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.537>Good things will strive to dwell with't.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech119><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.538>Follow me.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.539>Speak not you for him; he's a traitor. Come;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.540>I'll manacle thy neck and feet together:</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.541>Sea-water shalt thou drink; thy food shall be</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.542>The fresh-brook muscles, wither'd roots and husks</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.543>Wherein the acorn cradled. Follow.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech120><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.544>No;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.545>I will resist such entertainment till</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.546>Mine enemy has more power.</A><br> <p><i>Draws, and is charmed from moving</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech121><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.547>O dear father,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.548>Make not too rash a trial of him, for</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.549>He's gentle and not fearful.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech122><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.550>What? I say,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.551>My foot my tutor? Put thy sword up, traitor;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.552>Who makest a show but darest not strike, thy conscience</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.553>Is so possess'd with guilt: come from thy ward,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.554>For I can here disarm thee with this stick</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.555>And make thy weapon drop.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech123><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.556>Beseech you, father.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech124><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.557>Hence! hang not on my garments.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech125><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.558>Sir, have pity;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.559>I'll be his surety.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech126><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.560>Silence! one word more</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.561>Shall make me chide thee, if not hate thee. What!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.562>An advocate for an imposter! hush!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.563>Thou think'st there is no more such shapes as he,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.564>Having seen but him and Caliban: foolish wench!</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.565>To the most of men this is a Caliban</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.566>And they to him are angels.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech127><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.567>My affections</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.568>Are then most humble; I have no ambition</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.569>To see a goodlier man.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech128><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.570>Come on; obey:</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.571>Thy nerves are in their infancy again</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.572>And have no vigour in them.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech129><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.573>So they are;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.574>My spirits, as in a dream, are all bound up.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.575>My father's loss, the weakness which I feel,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.576>The wreck of all my friends, nor this man's threats,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.577>To whom I am subdued, are but light to me,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.578>Might I but through my prison once a day</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.579>Behold this maid: all corners else o' the earth</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.580>Let liberty make use of; space enough</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.581>Have I in such a prison.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech130><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.582>[Aside] It works.</A><br> <p><i>To FERDINAND</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.583>Come on.</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.584>Thou hast done well, fine Ariel!</A><br> <p><i>To FERDINAND</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.585>Follow me.</A><br> <p><i>To ARIEL</i></p> <A NAME=1.2.586>Hark what thou else shalt do me.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech131><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.587>Be of comfort;</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.588>My father's of a better nature, sir,</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.589>Than he appears by speech: this is unwonted</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.590>Which now came from him.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech132><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.591>Thou shalt be free</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.592>As mountain winds: but then exactly do</A><br> <A NAME=1.2.593>All points of my command.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech133><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.594>To the syllable.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech134><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=1.2.595>Come, follow. Speak not for him.</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt</i></p> </blockquote><p> <H3>ACT II</h3> <h3>SCENE I. Another part of the island.</h3> <p><blockquote> <i>Enter ALONSO, SEBASTIAN, ANTONIO, GONZALO, ADRIAN, FRANCISCO, and others</i> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech1><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.1>Beseech you, sir, be merry; you have cause,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.2>So have we all, of joy; for our escape</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.3>Is much beyond our loss. Our hint of woe</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.4>Is common; every day some sailor's wife,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.5>The masters of some merchant and the merchant</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.6>Have just our theme of woe; but for the miracle,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.7>I mean our preservation, few in millions</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.8>Can speak like us: then wisely, good sir, weigh</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.9>Our sorrow with our comfort.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech2><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.10>Prithee, peace.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech3><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.11>He receives comfort like cold porridge.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech4><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.12>The visitor will not give him o'er so.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech5><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.13>Look he's winding up the watch of his wit;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.14>by and by it will strike.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech6><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.15>Sir,--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech7><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.16>One: tell.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech8><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.17>When every grief is entertain'd that's offer'd,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.18>Comes to the entertainer--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech9><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.19>A dollar.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech10><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.20>Dolour comes to him, indeed: you</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.21>have spoken truer than you purposed.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech11><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.22>You have taken it wiselier than I meant you should.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech12><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.23>Therefore, my lord,--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech13><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.24>Fie, what a spendthrift is he of his tongue!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech14><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.25>I prithee, spare.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech15><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.26>Well, I have done: but yet,--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech16><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.27>He will be talking.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech17><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.28>Which, of he or Adrian, for a good</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.29>wager, first begins to crow?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech18><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.30>The old cock.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech19><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.31>The cockerel.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech20><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.32>Done. The wager?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech21><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.33>A laughter.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech22><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.34>A match!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech23><b>ADRIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.35>Though this island seem to be desert,--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech24><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.36>Ha, ha, ha! So, you're paid.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech25><b>ADRIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.37>Uninhabitable and almost inaccessible,--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech26><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.38>Yet,--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech27><b>ADRIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.39>Yet,--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech28><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.40>He could not miss't.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech29><b>ADRIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.41>It must needs be of subtle, tender and delicate</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.42>temperance.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech30><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.43>Temperance was a delicate wench.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech31><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.44>Ay, and a subtle; as he most learnedly delivered.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech32><b>ADRIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.45>The air breathes upon us here most sweetly.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech33><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.46>As if it had lungs and rotten ones.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech34><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.47>Or as 'twere perfumed by a fen.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech35><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.48>Here is everything advantageous to life.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech36><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.49>True; save means to live.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech37><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.50>Of that there's none, or little.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech38><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.51>How lush and lusty the grass looks! how green!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech39><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.52>The ground indeed is tawny.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech40><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.53>With an eye of green in't.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech41><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.54>He misses not much.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech42><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.55>No; he doth but mistake the truth totally.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech43><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.56>But the rarity of it is,--which is indeed almost</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.57>beyond credit,--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech44><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.58>As many vouched rarities are.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech45><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.59>That our garments, being, as they were, drenched in</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.60>the sea, hold notwithstanding their freshness and</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.61>glosses, being rather new-dyed than stained with</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.62>salt water.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech46><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.63>If but one of his pockets could speak, would it not</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.64>say he lies?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech47><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.65>Ay, or very falsely pocket up his report</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech48><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.66>Methinks our garments are now as fresh as when we</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.67>put them on first in Afric, at the marriage of</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.68>the king's fair daughter Claribel to the King of Tunis.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech49><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.69>'Twas a sweet marriage, and we prosper well in our return.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech50><b>ADRIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.70>Tunis was never graced before with such a paragon to</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.71>their queen.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech51><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.72>Not since widow Dido's time.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech52><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.73>Widow! a pox o' that! How came that widow in?</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.74>widow Dido!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech53><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.75>What if he had said 'widower AEneas' too? Good Lord,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.76>how you take it!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech54><b>ADRIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.77>'Widow Dido' said you? you make me study of that:</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.78>she was of Carthage, not of Tunis.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech55><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.79>This Tunis, sir, was Carthage.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech56><b>ADRIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.80>Carthage?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech57><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.81>I assure you, Carthage.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech58><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.82>His word is more than the miraculous harp; he hath</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.83>raised the wall and houses too.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech59><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.84>What impossible matter will he make easy next?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech60><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.85>I think he will carry this island home in his pocket</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.86>and give it his son for an apple.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech61><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.87>And, sowing the kernels of it in the sea, bring</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.88>forth more islands.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech62><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.89>Ay.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech63><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.90>Why, in good time.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech64><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.91>Sir, we were talking that our garments seem now</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.92>as fresh as when we were at Tunis at the marriage</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.93>of your daughter, who is now queen.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech65><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.94>And the rarest that e'er came there.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech66><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.95>Bate, I beseech you, widow Dido.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech67><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.96>O, widow Dido! ay, widow Dido.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech68><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.97>Is not, sir, my doublet as fresh as the first day I</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.98>wore it? I mean, in a sort.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech69><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.99>That sort was well fished for.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech70><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.100>When I wore it at your daughter's marriage?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech71><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.101>You cram these words into mine ears against</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.102>The stomach of my sense. Would I had never</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.103>Married my daughter there! for, coming thence,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.104>My son is lost and, in my rate, she too,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.105>Who is so far from Italy removed</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.106>I ne'er again shall see her. O thou mine heir</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.107>Of Naples and of Milan, what strange fish</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.108>Hath made his meal on thee?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech72><b>FRANCISCO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.109>Sir, he may live:</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.110>I saw him beat the surges under him,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.111>And ride upon their backs; he trod the water,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.112>Whose enmity he flung aside, and breasted</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.113>The surge most swoln that met him; his bold head</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.114>'Bove the contentious waves he kept, and oar'd</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.115>Himself with his good arms in lusty stroke</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.116>To the shore, that o'er his wave-worn basis bow'd,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.117>As stooping to relieve him: I not doubt</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.118>He came alive to land.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech73><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.119>No, no, he's gone.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech74><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.120>Sir, you may thank yourself for this great loss,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.121>That would not bless our Europe with your daughter,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.122>But rather lose her to an African;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.123>Where she at least is banish'd from your eye,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.124>Who hath cause to wet the grief on't.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech75><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.125>Prithee, peace.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech76><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.126>You were kneel'd to and importuned otherwise</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.127>By all of us, and the fair soul herself</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.128>Weigh'd between loathness and obedience, at</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.129>Which end o' the beam should bow. We have lost your</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.130>son,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.131>I fear, for ever: Milan and Naples have</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.132>More widows in them of this business' making </A><br> <A NAME=2.1.133>Than we bring men to comfort them:</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.134>The fault's your own.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech77><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.135>So is the dear'st o' the loss.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech78><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.136>My lord Sebastian,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.137>The truth you speak doth lack some gentleness</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.138>And time to speak it in: you rub the sore,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.139>When you should bring the plaster.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech79><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.140>Very well.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech80><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.141>And most chirurgeonly.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech81><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.142>It is foul weather in us all, good sir,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.143>When you are cloudy.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech82><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.144>Foul weather?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech83><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.145>Very foul.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech84><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.146>Had I plantation of this isle, my lord,--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech85><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.147>He'ld sow't with nettle-seed.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech86><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.148>Or docks, or mallows.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech87><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.149>And were the king on't, what would I do?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech88><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.150>'Scape being drunk for want of wine.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech89><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.151>I' the commonwealth I would by contraries</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.152>Execute all things; for no kind of traffic</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.153>Would I admit; no name of magistrate;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.154>Letters should not be known; riches, poverty,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.155>And use of service, none; contract, succession,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.156>Bourn, bound of land, tilth, vineyard, none;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.157>No use of metal, corn, or wine, or oil;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.158>No occupation; all men idle, all;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.159>And women too, but innocent and pure;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.160>No sovereignty;--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech90><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.161> Yet he would be king on't.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech91><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.162>The latter end of his commonwealth forgets the</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.163>beginning.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech92><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.164>All things in common nature should produce</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.165>Without sweat or endeavour: treason, felony,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.166>Sword, pike, knife, gun, or need of any engine,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.167>Would I not have; but nature should bring forth,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.168>Of its own kind, all foison, all abundance,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.169>To feed my innocent people.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech93><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.170>No marrying 'mong his subjects?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech94><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.171>None, man; all idle: whores and knaves.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech95><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.172>I would with such perfection govern, sir,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.173>To excel the golden age.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech96><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.174>God save his majesty!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech97><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.175>Long live Gonzalo!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech98><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.176> And,--do you mark me, sir?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech99><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.177>Prithee, no more: thou dost talk nothing to me.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech100><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.178>I do well believe your highness; and</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.179>did it to minister occasion to these gentlemen,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.180>who are of such sensible and nimble lungs that</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.181>they always use to laugh at nothing.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech101><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.182>'Twas you we laughed at.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech102><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.183>Who in this kind of merry fooling am nothing</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.184>to you: so you may continue and laugh at</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.185>nothing still.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech103><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.186>What a blow was there given!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech104><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.187>An it had not fallen flat-long.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech105><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.188>You are gentlemen of brave metal; you would lift</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.189>the moon out of her sphere, if she would continue</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.190>in it five weeks without changing.</A><br> <p><i>Enter ARIEL, invisible, playing solemn music</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech106><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.191>We would so, and then go a bat-fowling.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech107><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.192>Nay, good my lord, be not angry.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech108><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.193>No, I warrant you; I will not adventure</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.194>my discretion so weakly. Will you laugh</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.195>me asleep, for I am very heavy?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech109><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.196>Go sleep, and hear us.</A><br> <p><i>All sleep except ALONSO, SEBASTIAN, and ANTONIO</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech110><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.197>What, all so soon asleep! I wish mine eyes</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.198>Would, with themselves, shut up my thoughts: I find</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.199>They are inclined to do so.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech111><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.200>Please you, sir,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.201>Do not omit the heavy offer of it:</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.202>It seldom visits sorrow; when it doth,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.203>It is a comforter.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech112><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.204> We two, my lord,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.205>Will guard your person while you take your rest,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.206>And watch your safety.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech113><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.207>Thank you. Wondrous heavy.</A><br> <p><i>ALONSO sleeps. Exit ARIEL</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech114><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.208>What a strange drowsiness possesses them!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech115><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.209>It is the quality o' the climate.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech116><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.210>Why</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.211>Doth it not then our eyelids sink? I find not</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.212>Myself disposed to sleep.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech117><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.213>Nor I; my spirits are nimble.</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.214>They fell together all, as by consent;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.215>They dropp'd, as by a thunder-stroke. What might,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.216>Worthy Sebastian? O, what might?--No more:--</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.217>And yet me thinks I see it in thy face,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.218>What thou shouldst be: the occasion speaks thee, and</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.219>My strong imagination sees a crown</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.220>Dropping upon thy head.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech118><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.221>What, art thou waking?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech119><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.222>Do you not hear me speak?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech120><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.223>I do; and surely</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.224>It is a sleepy language and thou speak'st</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.225>Out of thy sleep. What is it thou didst say?</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.226>This is a strange repose, to be asleep</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.227>With eyes wide open; standing, speaking, moving,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.228>And yet so fast asleep.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech121><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.229>Noble Sebastian,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.230>Thou let'st thy fortune sleep--die, rather; wink'st</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.231>Whiles thou art waking.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech122><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.232>Thou dost snore distinctly;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.233>There's meaning in thy snores.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech123><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.234>I am more serious than my custom: you</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.235>Must be so too, if heed me; which to do</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.236>Trebles thee o'er.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech124><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.237> Well, I am standing water.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech125><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.238>I'll teach you how to flow.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech126><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.239>Do so: to ebb</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.240>Hereditary sloth instructs me.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech127><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.241>O,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.242>If you but knew how you the purpose cherish</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.243>Whiles thus you mock it! how, in stripping it,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.244>You more invest it! Ebbing men, indeed,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.245>Most often do so near the bottom run</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.246>By their own fear or sloth.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech128><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.247>Prithee, say on:</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.248>The setting of thine eye and cheek proclaim</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.249>A matter from thee, and a birth indeed</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.250>Which throes thee much to yield.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech129><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.251>Thus, sir:</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.252>Although this lord of weak remembrance, this,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.253>Who shall be of as little memory</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.254>When he is earth'd, hath here almost persuade,--</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.255>For he's a spirit of persuasion, only</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.256>Professes to persuade,--the king his son's alive,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.257>'Tis as impossible that he's undrown'd</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.258>And he that sleeps here swims.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech130><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.259>I have no hope</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.260>That he's undrown'd.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech131><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.261>O, out of that 'no hope'</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.262>What great hope have you! no hope that way is</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.263>Another way so high a hope that even</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.264>Ambition cannot pierce a wink beyond,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.265>But doubt discovery there. Will you grant with me</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.266>That Ferdinand is drown'd?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech132><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.267>He's gone.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech133><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.268>Then, tell me,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.269>Who's the next heir of Naples?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech134><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.270>Claribel.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech135><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.271>She that is queen of Tunis; she that dwells</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.272>Ten leagues beyond man's life; she that from Naples</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.273>Can have no note, unless the sun were post--</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.274>The man i' the moon's too slow--till new-born chins</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.275>Be rough and razorable; she that--from whom?</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.276>We all were sea-swallow'd, though some cast again,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.277>And by that destiny to perform an act</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.278>Whereof what's past is prologue, what to come</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.279>In yours and my discharge.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech136><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.280>What stuff is this! how say you?</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.281>'Tis true, my brother's daughter's queen of Tunis;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.282>So is she heir of Naples; 'twixt which regions</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.283>There is some space.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech137><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.284>A space whose every cubit</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.285>Seems to cry out, 'How shall that Claribel</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.286>Measure us back to Naples? Keep in Tunis,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.287>And let Sebastian wake.' Say, this were death</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.288>That now hath seized them; why, they were no worse</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.289>Than now they are. There be that can rule Naples</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.290>As well as he that sleeps; lords that can prate</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.291>As amply and unnecessarily</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.292>As this Gonzalo; I myself could make</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.293>A chough of as deep chat. O, that you bore</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.294>The mind that I do! what a sleep were this</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.295>For your advancement! Do you understand me?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech138><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.296>Methinks I do.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech139><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.297> And how does your content</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.298>Tender your own good fortune?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech140><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.299>I remember</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.300>You did supplant your brother Prospero.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech141><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.301>True:</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.302>And look how well my garments sit upon me;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.303>Much feater than before: my brother's servants</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.304>Were then my fellows; now they are my men.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech142><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.305>But, for your conscience?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech143><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.306>Ay, sir; where lies that? if 'twere a kibe,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.307>'Twould put me to my slipper: but I feel not</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.308>This deity in my bosom: twenty consciences,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.309>That stand 'twixt me and Milan, candied be they</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.310>And melt ere they molest! Here lies your brother,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.311>No better than the earth he lies upon,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.312>If he were that which now he's like, that's dead;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.313>Whom I, with this obedient steel, three inches of it,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.314>Can lay to bed for ever; whiles you, doing thus,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.315>To the perpetual wink for aye might put</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.316>This ancient morsel, this Sir Prudence, who</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.317>Should not upbraid our course. For all the rest,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.318>They'll take suggestion as a cat laps milk;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.319>They'll tell the clock to any business that</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.320>We say befits the hour.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech144><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.321>Thy case, dear friend,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.322>Shall be my precedent; as thou got'st Milan,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.323>I'll come by Naples. Draw thy sword: one stroke</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.324>Shall free thee from the tribute which thou payest;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.325>And I the king shall love thee.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech145><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.326>Draw together;</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.327>And when I rear my hand, do you the like,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.328>To fall it on Gonzalo.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech146><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.329>O, but one word.</A><br> <p><i>They talk apart</i></p> <p><i>Re-enter ARIEL, invisible</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech147><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.330>My master through his art foresees the danger</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.331>That you, his friend, are in; and sends me forth--</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.332>For else his project dies--to keep them living.</A><br> <p><i>Sings in GONZALO's ear</i></p> <A NAME=2.1.333>While you here do snoring lie,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.334>Open-eyed conspiracy</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.335>His time doth take.</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.336>If of life you keep a care,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.337>Shake off slumber, and beware:</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.338>Awake, awake!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech148><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.339>Then let us both be sudden.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech149><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.340>Now, good angels</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.341>Preserve the king.</A><br> <p><i>They wake</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech150><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.342>Why, how now? ho, awake! Why are you drawn?</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.343>Wherefore this ghastly looking?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech151><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.344>What's the matter?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech152><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.345>Whiles we stood here securing your repose,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.346>Even now, we heard a hollow burst of bellowing</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.347>Like bulls, or rather lions: did't not wake you?</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.348>It struck mine ear most terribly.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech153><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.349>I heard nothing.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech154><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.350>O, 'twas a din to fright a monster's ear,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.351>To make an earthquake! sure, it was the roar</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.352>Of a whole herd of lions.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech155><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.353>Heard you this, Gonzalo?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech156><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.354>Upon mine honour, sir, I heard a humming,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.355>And that a strange one too, which did awake me:</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.356>I shaked you, sir, and cried: as mine eyes open'd,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.357>I saw their weapons drawn: there was a noise,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.358>That's verily. 'Tis best we stand upon our guard,</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.359>Or that we quit this place; let's draw our weapons.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech157><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.360>Lead off this ground; and let's make further search</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.361>For my poor son.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech158><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.362>Heavens keep him from these beasts!</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.363>For he is, sure, i' the island.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech159><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.364>Lead away.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech160><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.1.365>Prospero my lord shall know what I have done:</A><br> <A NAME=2.1.366>So, king, go safely on to seek thy son.</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt</i></p> </blockquote> <h3>SCENE II. Another part of the island.</h3> <p><blockquote> <i>Enter CALIBAN with a burden of wood. A noise of thunder heard</i> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech1><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.1>All the infections that the sun sucks up</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.2>From bogs, fens, flats, on Prosper fall and make him</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.3>By inch-meal a disease! His spirits hear me</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.4>And yet I needs must curse. But they'll nor pinch,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.5>Fright me with urchin--shows, pitch me i' the mire,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.6>Nor lead me, like a firebrand, in the dark</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.7>Out of my way, unless he bid 'em; but</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.8>For every trifle are they set upon me;</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.9>Sometime like apes that mow and chatter at me</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.10>And after bite me, then like hedgehogs which</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.11>Lie tumbling in my barefoot way and mount</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.12>Their pricks at my footfall; sometime am I</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.13>All wound with adders who with cloven tongues</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.14>Do hiss me into madness.</A><br> <p><i>Enter TRINCULO</i></p> <A NAME=2.2.15>Lo, now, lo!</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.16>Here comes a spirit of his, and to torment me</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.17>For bringing wood in slowly. I'll fall flat;</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.18>Perchance he will not mind me.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech2><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.19>Here's neither bush nor shrub, to bear off</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.20>any weather at all, and another storm brewing;</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.21>I hear it sing i' the wind: yond same black</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.22>cloud, yond huge one, looks like a foul</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.23>bombard that would shed his liquor. If it</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.24>should thunder as it did before, I know not</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.25>where to hide my head: yond same cloud cannot</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.26>choose but fall by pailfuls. What have we</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.27>here? a man or a fish? dead or alive? A fish:</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.28>he smells like a fish; a very ancient and fish-</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.29>like smell; a kind of not of the newest Poor-</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.30>John. A strange fish! Were I in England now,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.31>as once I was, and had but this fish painted,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.32>not a holiday fool there but would give a piece</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.33>of silver: there would this monster make a</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.34>man; any strange beast there makes a man:</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.35>when they will not give a doit to relieve a lame</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.36>beggar, they will lazy out ten to see a dead</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.37>Indian. Legged like a man and his fins like</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.38>arms! Warm o' my troth! I do now let loose</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.39>my opinion; hold it no longer: this is no fish,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.40>but an islander, that hath lately suffered by a</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.41>thunderbolt.</A><br> <p><i>Thunder</i></p> <A NAME=2.2.42>Alas, the storm is come again! my best way is to</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.43>creep under his gaberdine; there is no other</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.44>shelter hereabouts: misery acquaints a man with</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.45>strange bed-fellows. I will here shroud till the</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.46>dregs of the storm be past.</A><br> <p><i>Enter STEPHANO, singing: a bottle in his hand</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech3><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.47> I shall no more to sea, to sea,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.48>Here shall I die ashore--</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.49>This is a very scurvy tune to sing at a man's</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.50>funeral: well, here's my comfort.</A><br> <p><i>Drinks</i></p> <p><i>Sings</i></p> <A NAME=2.2.51>The master, the swabber, the boatswain and I,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.52>The gunner and his mate</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.53>Loved Mall, Meg and Marian and Margery,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.54>But none of us cared for Kate;</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.55>For she had a tongue with a tang,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.56>Would cry to a sailor, Go hang!</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.57>She loved not the savour of tar nor of pitch,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.58>Yet a tailor might scratch her where'er she did itch:</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.59>Then to sea, boys, and let her go hang!</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.60>This is a scurvy tune too: but here's my comfort.</A><br> <p><i>Drinks</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech4><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.61>Do not torment me: Oh!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech5><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.62>What's the matter? Have we devils here? Do you put</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.63>tricks upon's with savages and men of Ind, ha? I</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.64>have not scaped drowning to be afeard now of your</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.65>four legs; for it hath been said, As proper a man as</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.66>ever went on four legs cannot make him give ground;</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.67>and it shall be said so again while Stephano</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.68>breathes at's nostrils.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech6><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.69>The spirit torments me; Oh!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech7><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.70>This is some monster of the isle with four legs, who</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.71>hath got, as I take it, an ague. Where the devil</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.72>should he learn our language? I will give him some</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.73>relief, if it be but for that. if I can recover him</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.74>and keep him tame and get to Naples with him, he's a</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.75>present for any emperor that ever trod on neat's leather.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech8><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.76>Do not torment me, prithee; I'll bring my wood home faster.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech9><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.77>He's in his fit now and does not talk after the</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.78>wisest. He shall taste of my bottle: if he have</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.79>never drunk wine afore will go near to remove his</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.80>fit. If I can recover him and keep him tame, I will</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.81>not take too much for him; he shall pay for him that</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.82>hath him, and that soundly.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech10><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.83>Thou dost me yet but little hurt; thou wilt anon, I</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.84>know it by thy trembling: now Prosper works upon thee.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech11><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.85>Come on your ways; open your mouth; here is that</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.86>which will give language to you, cat: open your</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.87>mouth; this will shake your shaking, I can tell you,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.88>and that soundly: you cannot tell who's your friend:</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.89>open your chaps again.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech12><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.90>I should know that voice: it should be--but he is</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.91>drowned; and these are devils: O defend me!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech13><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.92>Four legs and two voices: a most delicate monster!</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.93>His forward voice now is to speak well of his</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.94>friend; his backward voice is to utter foul speeches</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.95>and to detract. If all the wine in my bottle will</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.96>recover him, I will help his ague. Come. Amen! I</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.97>will pour some in thy other mouth.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech14><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.98>Stephano!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech15><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.99>Doth thy other mouth call me? Mercy, mercy! This is</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.100>a devil, and no monster: I will leave him; I have no</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.101>long spoon.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech16><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.102>Stephano! If thou beest Stephano, touch me and</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.103>speak to me: for I am Trinculo--be not afeard--thy</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.104>good friend Trinculo.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech17><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.105>If thou beest Trinculo, come forth: I'll pull thee</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.106>by the lesser legs: if any be Trinculo's legs,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.107>these are they. Thou art very Trinculo indeed! How</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.108>camest thou to be the siege of this moon-calf? can</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.109>he vent Trinculos?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech18><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.110>I took him to be killed with a thunder-stroke. But</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.111>art thou not drowned, Stephano? I hope now thou art</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.112>not drowned. Is the storm overblown? I hid me</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.113>under the dead moon-calf's gaberdine for fear of</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.114>the storm. And art thou living, Stephano? O</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.115>Stephano, two Neapolitans 'scaped!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech19><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.116>Prithee, do not turn me about; my stomach is not constant.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech20><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.117>[Aside] These be fine things, an if they be</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.118>not sprites.</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.119>That's a brave god and bears celestial liquor.</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.120>I will kneel to him.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech21><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.121>How didst thou 'scape? How camest thou hither?</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.122>swear by this bottle how thou camest hither. I</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.123>escaped upon a butt of sack which the sailors</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.124>heaved o'erboard, by this bottle; which I made of</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.125>the bark of a tree with mine own hands since I was</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.126>cast ashore.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech22><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.127>I'll swear upon that bottle to be thy true subject;</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.128>for the liquor is not earthly.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech23><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.129>Here; swear then how thou escapedst.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech24><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.130>Swum ashore. man, like a duck: I can swim like a</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.131>duck, I'll be sworn.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech25><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.132>Here, kiss the book. Though thou canst swim like a</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.133>duck, thou art made like a goose.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech26><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.134>O Stephano. hast any more of this?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech27><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.135>The whole butt, man: my cellar is in a rock by the</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.136>sea-side where my wine is hid. How now, moon-calf!</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.137>how does thine ague?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech28><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.138>Hast thou not dropp'd from heaven?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech29><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.139>Out o' the moon, I do assure thee: I was the man i'</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.140>the moon when time was.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech30><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.141>I have seen thee in her and I do adore thee:</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.142>My mistress show'd me thee and thy dog and thy bush.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech31><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.143>Come, swear to that; kiss the book: I will furnish</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.144>it anon with new contents swear.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech32><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.145>By this good light, this is a very shallow monster!</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.146>I afeard of him! A very weak monster! The man i'</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.147>the moon! A most poor credulous monster! Well</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.148>drawn, monster, in good sooth!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech33><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.149>I'll show thee every fertile inch o' th' island;</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.150>And I will kiss thy foot: I prithee, be my god.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech34><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.151>By this light, a most perfidious and drunken</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.152>monster! when 's god's asleep, he'll rob his bottle.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech35><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.153>I'll kiss thy foot; I'll swear myself thy subject.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech36><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.154>Come on then; down, and swear.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech37><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.155>I shall laugh myself to death at this puppy-headed</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.156>monster. A most scurvy monster! I could find in my</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.1 57>heart to beat him,--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech38><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.158>Come, kiss.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech39><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.159>But that the poor monster's in drink: an abominable monster!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech40><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.160>I'll show thee the best springs; I'll pluck thee berries;</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.161>I'll fish for thee and get thee wood enough.</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.162>A plague upon the tyrant that I serve!</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.163>I'll bear him no more sticks, but follow thee,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.164>Thou wondrous man.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech41><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.165>A most ridiculous monster, to make a wonder of a</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.166>Poor drunkard!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech42><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.167>I prithee, let me bring thee where crabs grow;</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.168>And I with my long nails will dig thee pignuts;</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.169>Show thee a jay's nest and instruct thee how</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.170>To snare the nimble marmoset; I'll bring thee</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.171>To clustering filberts and sometimes I'll get thee</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.172>Young scamels from the rock. Wilt thou go with me?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech43><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.173>I prithee now, lead the way without any more</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.174>talking. Trinculo, the king and all our company</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.175>else being drowned, we will inherit here: here;</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.176>bear my bottle: fellow Trinculo, we'll fill him by</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.177>and by again.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech44><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.178>[Sings drunkenly]</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.179>Farewell master; farewell, farewell!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech45><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.180>A howling monster: a drunken monster!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech46><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.181> No more dams I'll make for fish</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.182>Nor fetch in firing</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.183>At requiring;</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.184>Nor scrape trencher, nor wash dish</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.185>'Ban, 'Ban, Cacaliban</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.186>Has a new master: get a new man.</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.187>Freedom, hey-day! hey-day, freedom! freedom,</A><br> <A NAME=2.2.188>hey-day, freedom!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech47><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=2.2.189>O brave monster! Lead the way.</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt</i></p> </blockquote><p> <H3>ACT III</h3> <h3>SCENE I. Before PROSPERO'S Cell.</h3> <p><blockquote> <i>Enter FERDINAND, bearing a log</i> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech1><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.1>There be some sports are painful, and their labour</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.2>Delight in them sets off: some kinds of baseness</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.3>Are nobly undergone and most poor matters</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.4>Point to rich ends. This my mean task</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.5>Would be as heavy to me as odious, but</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.6>The mistress which I serve quickens what's dead</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.7>And makes my labours pleasures: O, she is</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.8>Ten times more gentle than her father's crabbed,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.9>And he's composed of harshness. I must remove</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.10>Some thousands of these logs and pile them up,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.11>Upon a sore injunction: my sweet mistress</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.12>Weeps when she sees me work, and says, such baseness</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.13>Had never like executor. I forget:</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.14>But these sweet thoughts do even refresh my labours,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.15>Most busy lest, when I do it.</A><br> <p><i>Enter MIRANDA; and PROSPERO at a distance, unseen</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech2><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.16>Alas, now, pray you,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.17>Work not so hard: I would the lightning had</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.18>Burnt up those logs that you are enjoin'd to pile!</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.19>Pray, set it down and rest you: when this burns,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.20>'Twill weep for having wearied you. My father</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.21>Is hard at study; pray now, rest yourself;</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.22>He's safe for these three hours.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech3><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.23>O most dear mistress,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.24>The sun will set before I shall discharge</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.25>What I must strive to do.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech4><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.26>If you'll sit down,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.27>I'll bear your logs the while: pray, give me that;</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.28>I'll carry it to the pile.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech5><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.29>No, precious creature;</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.30>I had rather crack my sinews, break my back,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.31>Than you should such dishonour undergo,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.32>While I sit lazy by.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech6><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.33>It would become me</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.34>As well as it does you: and I should do it</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.35>With much more ease; for my good will is to it,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.36>And yours it is against.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech7><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.37>Poor worm, thou art infected!</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.38>This visitation shows it.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech8><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.39>You look wearily.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech9><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.40>No, noble mistress;'tis fresh morning with me</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.41>When you are by at night. I do beseech you--</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.42>Chiefly that I might set it in my prayers--</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.43>What is your name?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech10><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.44> Miranda.--O my father,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.45>I have broke your hest to say so!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech11><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.46>Admired Miranda!</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.47>Indeed the top of admiration! worth</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.48>What's dearest to the world! Full many a lady</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.49>I have eyed with best regard and many a time</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.50>The harmony of their tongues hath into bondage</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.51>Brought my too diligent ear: for several virtues</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.52>Have I liked several women; never any</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.53>With so fun soul, but some defect in her</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.54>Did quarrel with the noblest grace she owed</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.55>And put it to the foil: but you, O you,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.56>So perfect and so peerless, are created</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.57>Of every creature's best!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech12><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.58>I do not know</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.59>One of my sex; no woman's face remember,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.60>Save, from my glass, mine own; nor have I seen</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.61>More that I may call men than you, good friend,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.62>And my dear father: how features are abroad,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.63>I am skilless of; but, by my modesty,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.64>The jewel in my dower, I would not wish</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.65>Any companion in the world but you,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.66>Nor can imagination form a shape,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.67>Besides yourself, to like of. But I prattle</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.68>Something too wildly and my father's precepts</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.69>I therein do forget.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech13><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.70>I am in my condition</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.71>A prince, Miranda; I do think, a king;</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.72>I would, not so!--and would no more endure</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.73>This wooden slavery than to suffer</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.74>The flesh-fly blow my mouth. Hear my soul speak:</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.75>The very instant that I saw you, did</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.76>My heart fly to your service; there resides,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.77>To make me slave to it; and for your sake</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.78>Am I this patient log--man.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech14><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.79>Do you love me?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech15><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.80>O heaven, O earth, bear witness to this sound</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.81>And crown what I profess with kind event</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.82>If I speak true! if hollowly, invert</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.83>What best is boded me to mischief! I</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.84>Beyond all limit of what else i' the world</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.85>Do love, prize, honour you.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech16><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.86>I am a fool</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.87>To weep at what I am glad of.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech17><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.88>Fair encounter</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.89>Of two most rare affections! Heavens rain grace</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.90>On that which breeds between 'em!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech18><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.91>Wherefore weep you?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech19><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.92>At mine unworthiness that dare not offer</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.93>What I desire to give, and much less take</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.94>What I shall die to want. But this is trifling;</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.95>And all the more it seeks to hide itself,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.96>The bigger bulk it shows. Hence, bashful cunning!</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.97>And prompt me, plain and holy innocence!</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.98>I am your wife, if you will marry me;</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.99>If not, I'll die your maid: to be your fellow</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.100>You may deny me; but I'll be your servant,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.101>Whether you will or no.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech20><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.102>My mistress, dearest;</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.103>And I thus humble ever.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech21><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.104>My husband, then?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech22><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.105>Ay, with a heart as willing</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.106>As bondage e'er of freedom: here's my hand.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech23><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.107>And mine, with my heart in't; and now farewell</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.108>Till half an hour hence.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech24><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.109>A thousand thousand!</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt FERDINAND and MIRANDA severally</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech25><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.1.110>So glad of this as they I cannot be,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.111>Who are surprised withal; but my rejoicing</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.112>At nothing can be more. I'll to my book,</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.113>For yet ere supper-time must I perform</A><br> <A NAME=3.1.114>Much business appertaining.</A><br> <p><i>Exit</i></p> </blockquote> <h3>SCENE II. Another part of the island.</h3> <p><blockquote> <i>Enter CALIBAN, STEPHANO, and TRINCULO</i> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech1><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.1>Tell not me; when the butt is out, we will drink</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.2>water; not a drop before: therefore bear up, and</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.3>board 'em. Servant-monster, drink to me.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech2><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.4>Servant-monster! the folly of this island! They</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.5>say there's but five upon this isle: we are three</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.6>of them; if th' other two be brained like us, the</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.7>state totters.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech3><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.8>Drink, servant-monster, when I bid thee: thy eyes</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.9>are almost set in thy head.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech4><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.10>Where should they be set else? he were a brave</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.11>monster indeed, if they were set in his tail.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech5><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.12>My man-monster hath drown'd his tongue in sack:</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.13>for my part, the sea cannot drown me; I swam, ere I</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.14>could recover the shore, five and thirty leagues off</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.15>and on. By this light, thou shalt be my lieutenant,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.16>monster, or my standard.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech6><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.17>Your lieutenant, if you list; he's no standard.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech7><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.18>We'll not run, Monsieur Monster.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech8><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.19>Nor go neither; but you'll lie like dogs and yet say</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.20>nothing neither.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech9><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.21>Moon-calf, speak once in thy life, if thou beest a</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.22>good moon-calf.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech10><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.23>How does thy honour? Let me lick thy shoe.</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.24>I'll not serve him; he's not valiant.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech11><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.25>Thou liest, most ignorant monster: I am in case to</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.26>justle a constable. Why, thou deboshed fish thou,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.27>was there ever man a coward that hath drunk so much</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.28>sack as I to-day? Wilt thou tell a monstrous lie,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.29>being but half a fish and half a monster?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech12><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.30>Lo, how he mocks me! wilt thou let him, my lord?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech13><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.31>'Lord' quoth he! That a monster should be such a natural!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech14><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.32>Lo, lo, again! bite him to death, I prithee.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech15><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.33>Trinculo, keep a good tongue in your head: if you</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.34>prove a mutineer,--the next tree! The poor monster's</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.35>my subject and he shall not suffer indignity.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech16><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.36>I thank my noble lord. Wilt thou be pleased to</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.37>hearken once again to the suit I made to thee?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech17><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.38>Marry, will I kneel and repeat it; I will stand,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.39>and so shall Trinculo.</A><br> <p><i>Enter ARIEL, invisible</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech18><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.40>As I told thee before, I am subject to a tyrant, a</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.41>sorcerer, that by his cunning hath cheated me of the island.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech19><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.42>Thou liest.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech20><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.43>Thou liest, thou jesting monkey, thou: I would my</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.44>valiant master would destroy thee! I do not lie.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech21><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.45>Trinculo, if you trouble him any more in's tale, by</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.46>this hand, I will supplant some of your teeth.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech22><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.47>Why, I said nothing.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech23><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.48>Mum, then, and no more. Proceed.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech24><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.49>I say, by sorcery he got this isle;</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.50>From me he got it. if thy greatness will</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.51>Revenge it on him,--for I know thou darest,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.52>But this thing dare not,--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech25><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.53>That's most certain.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech26><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.54>Thou shalt be lord of it and I'll serve thee.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech27><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.55>How now shall this be compassed?</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.56>Canst thou bring me to the party?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech28><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.57>Yea, yea, my lord: I'll yield him thee asleep,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.58>Where thou mayst knock a nail into his bead.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech29><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.59>Thou liest; thou canst not.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech30><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.60>What a pied ninny's this! Thou scurvy patch!</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.61>I do beseech thy greatness, give him blows</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.62>And take his bottle from him: when that's gone</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.63>He shall drink nought but brine; for I'll not show him</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.64>Where the quick freshes are.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech31><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.65>Trinculo, run into no further danger:</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.66>interrupt the monster one word further, and,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.67>by this hand, I'll turn my mercy out o' doors</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.68>and make a stock-fish of thee.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech32><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.69>Why, what did I? I did nothing. I'll go farther</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.70>off.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech33><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.71>Didst thou not say he lied?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech34><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.72>Thou liest.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech35><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.73>Do I so? take thou that.</A><br> <p><i>Beats TRINCULO</i></p> <A NAME=3.2.74>As you like this, give me the lie another time.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech36><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.75>I did not give the lie. Out o' your</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.76>wits and bearing too? A pox o' your bottle!</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.77>this can sack and drinking do. A murrain on</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.78>your monster, and the devil take your fingers!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech37><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.79>Ha, ha, ha!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech38><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.80>Now, forward with your tale. Prithee, stand farther</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.81>off.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech39><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.82>Beat him enough: after a little time</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.83>I'll beat him too.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech40><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.84> Stand farther. Come, proceed.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech41><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.85>Why, as I told thee, 'tis a custom with him,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.86>I' th' afternoon to sleep: there thou mayst brain him,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.87>Having first seized his books, or with a log</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.88>Batter his skull, or paunch him with a stake,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.89>Or cut his wezand with thy knife. Remember</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.90>First to possess his books; for without them</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.91>He's but a sot, as I am, nor hath not</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.92>One spirit to command: they all do hate him</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.93>As rootedly as I. Burn but his books.</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.94>He has brave utensils,--for so he calls them--</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.95>Which when he has a house, he'll deck withal</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.96>And that most deeply to consider is</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.97>The beauty of his daughter; he himself</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.98>Calls her a nonpareil: I never saw a woman,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.99>But only Sycorax my dam and she;</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.100>But she as far surpasseth Sycorax</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.101>As great'st does least.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech42><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.102>Is it so brave a lass?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech43><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.103>Ay, lord; she will become thy bed, I warrant.</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.104>And bring thee forth brave brood.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech44><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.105>Monster, I will kill this man: his daughter and I</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.106>will be king and queen--save our graces!--and</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.107>Trinculo and thyself shall be viceroys. Dost thou</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.108>like the plot, Trinculo?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech45><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.109>Excellent.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech46><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.110>Give me thy hand: I am sorry I beat thee; but,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.111>while thou livest, keep a good tongue in thy head.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech47><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.112>Within this half hour will he be asleep:</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.113>Wilt thou destroy him then?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech48><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.114>Ay, on mine honour.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech49><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.115>This will I tell my master.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech50><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.116>Thou makest me merry; I am full of pleasure:</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.117>Let us be jocund: will you troll the catch</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.118>You taught me but while-ere?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech51><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.119>At thy request, monster, I will do reason, any</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.120>reason. Come on, Trinculo, let us sing.</A><br> <p><i>Sings</i></p> <A NAME=3.2.121>Flout 'em and scout 'em</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.122>And scout 'em and flout 'em</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.123>Thought is free.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech52><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.124>That's not the tune.</A><br> <p><i>Ariel plays the tune on a tabour and pipe</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech53><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.125>What is this same?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech54><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.126>This is the tune of our catch, played by the picture</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.127>of Nobody.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech55><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.128>If thou beest a man, show thyself in thy likeness:</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.129>if thou beest a devil, take't as thou list.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech56><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.130>O, forgive me my sins!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech57><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.131>He that dies pays all debts: I defy thee. Mercy upon us!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech58><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.132>Art thou afeard?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech59><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.133>No, monster, not I.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech60><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.134>Be not afeard; the isle is full of noises,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.135>Sounds and sweet airs, that give delight and hurt not.</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.136>Sometimes a thousand twangling instruments</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.137>Will hum about mine ears, and sometime voices</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.138>That, if I then had waked after long sleep,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.139>Will make me sleep again: and then, in dreaming,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.140>The clouds methought would open and show riches</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.141>Ready to drop upon me that, when I waked,</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.142>I cried to dream again.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech61><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.143>This will prove a brave kingdom to me, where I shall</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.144>have my music for nothing.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech62><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.145>When Prospero is destroyed.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech63><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.146>That shall be by and by: I remember the story.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech64><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.147>The sound is going away; let's follow it, and</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.148>after do our work.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech65><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.149>Lead, monster; we'll follow. I would I could see</A><br> <A NAME=3.2.150>this tabourer; he lays it on.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech66><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.2.151>Wilt come? I'll follow, Stephano.</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt</i></p> </blockquote> <h3>SCENE III. Another part of the island.</h3> <p><blockquote> <i>Enter ALONSO, SEBASTIAN, ANTONIO, GONZALO, ADRIAN, FRANCISCO, and others</i> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech1><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.1>By'r lakin, I can go no further, sir;</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.2>My old bones ache: here's a maze trod indeed</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.3>Through forth-rights and meanders! By your patience,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.4>I needs must rest me.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech2><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.5>Old lord, I cannot blame thee,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.6>Who am myself attach'd with weariness,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.7>To the dulling of my spirits: sit down, and rest.</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.8>Even here I will put off my hope and keep it</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.9>No longer for my flatterer: he is drown'd</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.10>Whom thus we stray to find, and the sea mocks</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.11>Our frustrate search on land. Well, let him go.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech3><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.12>[Aside to SEBASTIAN] I am right glad that he's so</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.13>out of hope.</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.14>Do not, for one repulse, forego the purpose</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.15>That you resolved to effect.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech4><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.16>[Aside to ANTONIO] The next advantage</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.17>Will we take throughly.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech5><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.18>[Aside to SEBASTIAN] Let it be to-night;</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.19>For, now they are oppress'd with travel, they</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.20>Will not, nor cannot, use such vigilance</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.21>As when they are fresh.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech6><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.22>[Aside to ANTONIO] I say, to-night: no more.</A><br> <p><i>Solemn and strange music</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech7><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.23>What harmony is this? My good friends, hark!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech8><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.24>Marvellous sweet music!</A><br> <p><i>Enter PROSPERO above, invisible. Enter several strange Shapes, bringing in a banquet; they dance about it with gentle actions of salutation; and, inviting the King, & c. to eat, they depart</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech9><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.25>Give us kind keepers, heavens! What were these?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech10><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.26>A living drollery. Now I will believe</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.27>That there are unicorns, that in Arabia</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.28>There is one tree, the phoenix' throne, one phoenix</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.29>At this hour reigning there.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech11><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.30>I'll believe both;</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.31>And what does else want credit, come to me,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.32>And I'll be sworn 'tis true: travellers ne'er did</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.33>lie,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.34>Though fools at home condemn 'em.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech12><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.35>If in Naples</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.36>I should report this now, would they believe me?</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.37>If I should say, I saw such islanders--</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.38>For, certes, these are people of the island--</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.39>Who, though they are of monstrous shape, yet, note,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.40>Their manners are more gentle-kind than of</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.41>Our human generation you shall find</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.42>Many, nay, almost any.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech13><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.43>[Aside] Honest lord,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.44>Thou hast said well; for some of you there present</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.45>Are worse than devils.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech14><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.46>I cannot too much muse</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.47>Such shapes, such gesture and such sound, expressing,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.48>Although they want the use of tongue, a kind</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.49>Of excellent dumb discourse.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech15><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.50>[Aside] Praise in departing.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech16><b>FRANCISCO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.51>They vanish'd strangely.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech17><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.52>No matter, since</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.53>They have left their viands behind; for we have stomachs.</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.54>Will't please you taste of what is here?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech18><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.55>Not I.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech19><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.56>Faith, sir, you need not fear. When we were boys,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.57>Who would believe that there were mountaineers</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.58>Dew-lapp'd like bulls, whose throats had hanging at 'em</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.59>Wallets of flesh? or that there were such men</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.60>Whose heads stood in their breasts? which now we find</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.61>Each putter-out of five for one will bring us</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.62>Good warrant of.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech20><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.63> I will stand to and feed,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.64>Although my last: no matter, since I feel</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.65>The best is past. Brother, my lord the duke,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.66>Stand to and do as we.</A><br> <p><i>Thunder and lightning. Enter ARIEL, like a harpy; claps his wings upon the table; and, with a quaint device, the banquet vanishes</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech21><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.67>You are three men of sin, whom Destiny,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.68>That hath to instrument this lower world</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.69>And what is in't, the never-surfeited sea</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.70>Hath caused to belch up you; and on this island</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.71>Where man doth not inhabit; you 'mongst men</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.72>Being most unfit to live. I have made you mad;</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.73>And even with such-like valour men hang and drown</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.74>Their proper selves.</A><br> <p><i>ALONSO, SEBASTIAN & c. draw their swords</i></p> <A NAME=3.3.75>You fools! I and my fellows</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.76>Are ministers of Fate: the elements,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.77>Of whom your swords are temper'd, may as well</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.78>Wound the loud winds, or with bemock'd-at stabs</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.79>Kill the still-closing waters, as diminish</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.80>One dowle that's in my plume: my fellow-ministers</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.81>Are like invulnerable. If you could hurt,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.82>Your swords are now too massy for your strengths</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.83>And will not be uplifted. But remember--</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.84>For that's my business to you--that you three</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.85>From Milan did supplant good Prospero;</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.86>Exposed unto the sea, which hath requit it,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.87>Him and his innocent child: for which foul deed</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.88>The powers, delaying, not forgetting, have</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.89>Incensed the seas and shores, yea, all the cr eatures,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.90>Against your peace. Thee of thy son, Alonso,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.91>They have bereft; and do pronounce by me:</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.92>Lingering perdition, worse than any death</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.93>Can be at once, shall step by step attend</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.94>You and your ways; whose wraths to guard you from--</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.95>Which here, in this most desolate isle, else falls</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.96>Upon your heads--is nothing but heart-sorrow</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.97>And a clear life ensuing.</A><br> <p><i>He vanishes in thunder; then, to soft music enter the Shapes again, and dance, with mocks and mows, and carrying out the table</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech22><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.98>Bravely the figure of this harpy hast thou</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.99>Perform'd, my Ariel; a grace it had, devouring:</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.100>Of my instruction hast thou nothing bated</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.101>In what thou hadst to say: so, with good life</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.102>And observation strange, my meaner ministers</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.103>Their several kinds have done. My high charms work</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.104>And these mine enemies are all knit up</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.105>In their distractions; they now are in my power;</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.106>And in these fits I leave them, while I visit</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.107>Young Ferdinand, whom they suppose is drown'd,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.108>And his and mine loved darling.</A><br> <p><i>Exit above</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech23><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.109>I' the name of something holy, sir, why stand you</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.110>In this strange stare?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech24><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.111>O, it is monstrous, monstrous:</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.112>Methought the billows spoke and told me of it;</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.113>The winds did sing it to me, and the thunder,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.114>That deep and dreadful organ-pipe, pronounced</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.115>The name of Prosper: it did bass my trespass.</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.116>Therefore my son i' the ooze is bedded, and</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.117>I'll seek him deeper than e'er plummet sounded</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.118>And with him there lie mudded.</A><br> <p><i>Exit</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech25><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.119>But one fiend at a time,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.120>I'll fight their legions o'er.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech26><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.121>I'll be thy second.</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt SEBASTIAN, and ANTONIO</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech27><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.122>All three of them are desperate: their great guilt,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.123>Like poison given to work a great time after,</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.124>Now 'gins to bite the spirits. I do beseech you</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.125>That are of suppler joints, follow them swiftly</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.126>And hinder them from what this ecstasy</A><br> <A NAME=3.3.127>May now provoke them to.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech28><b>ADRIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=3.3.128>Follow, I pray you.</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt</i></p> </blockquote><p> <H3>ACT IV</h3> <h3>SCENE I. Before PROSPERO'S cell.</h3> <p><blockquote> <i>Enter PROSPERO, FERDINAND, and MIRANDA</i> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech1><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.1>If I have too austerely punish'd you,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.2>Your compensation makes amends, for I</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.3>Have given you here a third of mine own life,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.4>Or that for which I live; who once again</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.5>I tender to thy hand: all thy vexations</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.6>Were but my trials of thy love and thou</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.7>Hast strangely stood the test here, afore Heaven,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.8>I ratify this my rich gift. O Ferdinand,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.9>Do not smile at me that I boast her off,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.10>For thou shalt find she will outstrip all praise</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.11>And make it halt behind her.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech2><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.12>I do believe it</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.13>Against an oracle.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech3><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.14>Then, as my gift and thine own acquisition</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.15>Worthily purchased take my daughter: but</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.16>If thou dost break her virgin-knot before</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.17>All sanctimonious ceremonies may</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.18>With full and holy rite be minister'd,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.19>No sweet aspersion shall the heavens let fall</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.20>To make this contract grow: but barren hate,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.21>Sour-eyed disdain and discord shall bestrew</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.22>The union of your bed with weeds so loathly</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.23>That you shall hate it both: therefore take heed,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.24>As Hymen's lamps shall light you.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech4><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.25>As I hope</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.26>For quiet days, fair issue and long life,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.27>With such love as 'tis now, the murkiest den,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.28>The most opportune place, the strong'st suggestion.</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.29>Our worser genius can, shall never melt</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.30>Mine honour into lust, to take away</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.31>The edge of that day's celebration</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.32>When I shall think: or Phoebus' steeds are founder'd,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.33>Or Night kept chain'd below.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech5><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.34>Fairly spoke.</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.35>Sit then and talk with her; she is thine own.</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.36>What, Ariel! my industrious servant, Ariel!</A><br> <p><i>Enter ARIEL</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech6><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.37>What would my potent master? here I am.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech7><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.38>Thou and thy meaner fellows your last service</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.39>Did worthily perform; and I must use you</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.40>In such another trick. Go bring the rabble,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.41>O'er whom I give thee power, here to this place:</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.42>Incite them to quick motion; for I must</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.43>Bestow upon the eyes of this young couple</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.44>Some vanity of mine art: it is my promise,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.45>And they expect it from me.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech8><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.46>Presently?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech9><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.47>Ay, with a twink.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech10><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.48> Before you can say 'come' and 'go,'</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.49>And breathe twice and cry 'so, so,'</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.50>Each one, tripping on his toe,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.51>Will be here with mop and mow.</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.52>Do you love me, master? no?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech11><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.53>Dearly my delicate Ariel. Do not approach</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.54>Till thou dost hear me call.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech12><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.55>Well, I conceive.</A><br> <p><i>Exit</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech13><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.56>Look thou be true; do not give dalliance</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.57>Too much the rein: the strongest oaths are straw</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.58>To the fire i' the blood: be more abstemious,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.59>Or else, good night your vow!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech14><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.60>I warrant you sir;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.61>The white cold virgin snow upon my heart</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.62>Abates the ardour of my liver.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech15><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.63>Well.</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.64>Now come, my Ariel! bring a corollary,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.65>Rather than want a spirit: appear and pertly!</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.66>No tongue! all eyes! be silent.</A><br> <p><i>Soft music</i></p> <p><i>Enter IRIS</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech16><b>IRIS</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.67>Ceres, most bounteous lady, thy rich leas</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.68>Of wheat, rye, barley, vetches, oats and pease;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.69>Thy turfy mountains, where live nibbling sheep,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.70>And flat meads thatch'd with stover, them to keep;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.71>Thy banks with pioned and twilled brims,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.72>Which spongy April at thy hest betrims,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.73>To make cold nymphs chaste crowns; and thy broom -groves,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.74>Whose shadow the dismissed bachelor loves,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.75>Being lass-lorn: thy pole-clipt vineyard;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.76>And thy sea-marge, sterile and rocky-hard,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.77>Where thou thyself dost air;--the queen o' the sky,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.78>Whose watery arch and messenger am I,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.79>Bids thee leave these, and with her sovereign grace,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.80>Here on this grass-plot, in this very place,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.81>To come and sport: her peacocks fly amain:</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.82>Approach, rich Ceres, her to entertain.</A><br> <p><i>Enter CERES</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech17><b>CERES</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.83>Hail, many-colour'd messenger, that ne'er</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.84>Dost disobey the wife of Jupiter;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.85>Who with thy saffron wings upon my flowers</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.86>Diffusest honey-drops, refreshing showers,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.87>And with each end of thy blue bow dost crown</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.88>My bosky acres and my unshrubb'd down,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.89>Rich scarf to my proud earth; why hath thy queen</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.90>Summon'd me hither, to this short-grass'd green?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech18><b>IRIS</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.91>A contract of true love to celebrate;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.92>And some donation freely to estate</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.93>On the blest lovers.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech19><b>CERES</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.94>Tell me, heavenly bow,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.95>If Venus or her son, as thou dost know,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.96>Do now attend the queen? Since they did plot</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.97>The means that dusky Dis my daughter got,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.98>Her and her blind boy's scandal'd company</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.99>I have forsworn.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech20><b>IRIS</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.100> Of her society</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.101>Be not afraid: I met her deity</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.102>Cutting the clouds towards Paphos and her son</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.103>Dove-drawn with her. Here thought they to have done</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.104>Some wanton charm upon this man and maid,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.105>Whose vows are, that no bed-right shall be paid</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.106>Till Hymen's torch be lighted: but vain;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.107>Mars's hot minion is returned again;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.108>Her waspish-headed son has broke his arrows,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.109>Swears he will shoot no more but play with sparrows</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.110>And be a boy right out.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech21><b>CERES</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.111>High'st queen of state,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.112>Great Juno, comes; I know her by her gait.</A><br> <p><i>Enter JUNO</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech22><b>JUNO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.113>How does my bounteous sister? Go with me</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.114>To bless this twain, that they may prosperous be</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.115>And honour'd in their issue.</A><br> <p><i>They sing:</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech23><b>JUNO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.116> Honour, riches, marriage-blessing,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.117>Long continuance, and increasing,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.118>Hourly joys be still upon you!</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.119>Juno sings her blessings upon you.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech24><b>CERES</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.120> Earth's increase, foison plenty,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.121>Barns and garners never empty,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.122>Vines and clustering bunches growing,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.123>Plants with goodly burthen bowing;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.124>Spring come to you at the farthest</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.125>In the very end of harvest!</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.126>Scarcity and want shall shun you;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.127>Ceres' blessing so is on you.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech25><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.128>This is a most majestic vision, and</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.129>Harmoniously charmingly. May I be bold</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.130>To think these spirits?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech26><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.131>Spirits, which by mine art</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.132>I have from their confines call'd to enact</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.133>My present fancies.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech27><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.134>Let me live here ever;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.135>So rare a wonder'd father and a wife</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.136>Makes this place Paradise.</A><br> <p><i>Juno and Ceres whisper, and send Iris on employment</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech28><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.137>Sweet, now, silence!</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.138>Juno and Ceres whisper seriously;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.139>There's something else to do: hush, and be mute,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.140>Or else our spell is marr'd.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech29><b>IRIS</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.141>You nymphs, call'd Naiads, of the windring brooks,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.142>With your sedged crowns and ever-harmless looks,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.143>Leave your crisp channels and on this green land</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.144>Answer your summons; Juno does command:</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.145>Come, temperate nymphs, and help to celebrate</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.146>A contract of true love; be not too late.</A><br> <p><i>Enter certain Nymphs</i></p> <A NAME=4.1.147>You sunburnt sicklemen, of August weary,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.148>Come hither from the furrow and be merry:</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.149>Make holiday; your rye-straw hats put on</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.150>And these fresh nymphs encounter every one</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.151>In country footing.</A><br> <p><i>Enter certain Reapers, properly habited: they join with the Nymphs in a graceful dance; towards the end whereof PROSPERO starts suddenly, and speaks; after which, to a strange, hollow, and confused noise, they heavily vanish</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech30><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.152>[Aside] I had forgot that foul conspiracy</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.153>Of the beast Caliban and his confederates</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.154>Against my life: the minute of their plot</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.155>Is almost come.</A><br> <p><i>To the Spirits</i></p> <A NAME=4.1.156>Well done! avoid; no more!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech31><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.157>This is strange: your father's in some passion</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.158>That works him strongly.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech32><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.159>Never till this day</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.160>Saw I him touch'd with anger so distemper'd.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech33><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.161>You do look, my son, in a moved sort,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.162>As if you were dismay'd: be cheerful, sir.</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.163>Our revels now are ended. These our actors,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.164>As I foretold you, were all spirits and</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.165>Are melted into air, into thin air:</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.166>And, like the baseless fabric of this vision,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.167>The cloud-capp'd towers, the gorgeous palaces,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.168>The solemn temples, the great globe itself,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.169>Ye all which it inherit, shall dissolve</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.170>And, like this insubstantial pageant faded,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.171>Leave not a rack behind. We are such stuff</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.172>As dreams are made on, and our little life</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.173>Is rounded with a sleep. Sir, I am vex'd;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.174>Bear with my weakness; my, brain is troubled:</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.175>Be not disturb'd with my infirmity:</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.176>If you be pleased, retire into my cell</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.177>And there repose: a turn or two I'll walk,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.178>To still my beating mind.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech34><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <A NAME=speech35><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.179>We wish your peace.</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech36><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.180>Come with a thought I thank thee, Ariel: come.</A><br> <p><i>Enter ARIEL</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech37><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.181>Thy thoughts I cleave to. What's thy pleasure?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech38><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.182>Spirit,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.183>We must prepare to meet with Caliban.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech39><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.184>Ay, my commander: when I presented Ceres,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.185>I thought to have told thee of it, but I fear'd</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.186>Lest I might anger thee.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech40><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.187>Say again, where didst thou leave these varlets?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech41><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.188>I told you, sir, they were red-hot with drinking;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.189>So fun of valour that they smote the air</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.190>For breathing in their faces; beat the ground</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.191>For kissing of their feet; yet always bending</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.192>Towards their project. Then I beat my tabour;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.193>At which, like unback'd colts, they prick'd</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.194>their ears,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.195>Advanced their eyelids, lifted up their noses</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.196>As they smelt music: so I charm'd their ears</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.197>That calf-like they my lowing follow'd through</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.198>Tooth'd briers, sharp furzes, pricking goss and thorns,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.199>Which entered their frail shins: at last I left them</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.200>I' the filthy-mantled pool beyond your cell,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.201>There dancing up to the chins, that the foul lake</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.202>O'erstunk their feet.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech42><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.203>This was well done, my bird.</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.204>Thy shape invisible retain thou still:</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.205>The trumpery in my house, go bring it hither,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.206>For stale to catch these thieves.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech43><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.207>I go, I go.</A><br> <p><i>Exit</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech44><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.208>A devil, a born devil, on whose nature</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.209>Nurture can never stick; on whom my pains,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.210>Humanely taken, all, all lost, quite lost;</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.211>And as with age his body uglier grows,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.212>So his mind cankers. I will plague them all,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.213>Even to roaring.</A><br> <p><i>Re-enter ARIEL, loaden with glistering apparel, & c</i></p> <A NAME=4.1.214>Come, hang them on this line.</A><br> <p><i>PROSPERO and ARIEL remain invisible. Enter CALIBAN, STEPHANO, and TRINCULO, all wet</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech45><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.215>Pray you, tread softly, that the blind mole may not</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.216>Hear a foot fall: we now are near his cell.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech46><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.217>Monster, your fairy, which you say is</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.218>a harmless fairy, has done little better than</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.219>played the Jack with us.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech47><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.220>Monster, I do smell all horse-piss; at</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.221>which my nose is in great indignation.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech48><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.222>So is mine. Do you hear, monster? If I should take</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.223>a displeasure against you, look you,--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech49><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.224>Thou wert but a lost monster.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech50><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.225>Good my lord, give me thy favour still.</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.226>Be patient, for the prize I'll bring thee to</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.227>Shall hoodwink this mischance: therefore speak softly.</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.228>All's hush'd as midnight yet.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech51><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.229>Ay, but to lose our bottles in the pool,--</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech52><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.230>There is not only disgrace and dishonour in that,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.231>monster, but an infinite loss.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech53><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.232>That's more to me than my wetting: yet this is your</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.233>harmless fairy, monster.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech54><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.234>I will fetch off my bottle, though I be o'er ears</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.235>for my labour.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech55><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.236>Prithee, my king, be quiet. Seest thou here,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.237>This is the mouth o' the cell: no noise, and enter.</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.238>Do that good mischief which may make this island</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.239>Thine own for ever, and I, thy Caliban,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.240>For aye thy foot-licker.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech56><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.241>Give me thy hand. I do begin to have bloody thoughts.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech57><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.242>O king Stephano! O peer! O worthy Stephano! look</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.243>what a wardrobe here is for thee!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech58><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.244>Let it alone, thou fool; it is but trash.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech59><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.245>O, ho, monster! we know what belongs to a frippery.</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.246>O king Stephano!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech60><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.247>Put off that gown, Trinculo; by this hand, I'll have</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.248>that gown.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech61><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.249>Thy grace shall have it.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech62><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.250>The dropsy drown this fool I what do you mean</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.251>To dote thus on such luggage? Let's alone</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.252>And do the murder first: if he awake,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.253>From toe to crown he'll fill our skins with pinches,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.254>Make us strange stuff.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech63><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.255>Be you quiet, monster. Mistress line,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.256>is not this my jerkin? Now is the jerkin under</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.257>the line: now, jerkin, you are like to lose your</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.258>hair and prove a bald jerkin.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech64><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.259>Do, do: we steal by line and level, an't like your grace.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech65><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.260>I thank thee for that jest; here's a garment for't:</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.261>wit shall not go unrewarded while I am king of this</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.262>country. 'Steal by line and level' is an excellent</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.263>pass of pate; there's another garment for't.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech66><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.264>Monster, come, put some lime upon your fingers, and</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.265>away with the rest.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech67><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.266>I will have none on't: we shall lose our time,</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.267>And all be turn'd to barnacles, or to apes</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.268>With foreheads villanous low.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech68><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.269>Monster, lay-to your fingers: help to bear this</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.270>away where my hogshead of wine is, or I'll turn you</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.271>out of my kingdom: go to, carry this.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech69><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.272>And this.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech70><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.273>Ay, and this.</A><br> <p><i>A noise of hunters heard. Enter divers Spirits, in shape of dogs and hounds, and hunt them about, PROSPERO and ARIEL setting them on</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech71><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.274>Hey, Mountain, hey!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech72><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.275>Silver I there it goes, Silver!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech73><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.276>Fury, Fury! there, Tyrant, there! hark! hark!</A><br> <p><i>CALIBAN, STEPHANO, and TRINCULO, are driven out</i></p> <A NAME=4.1.277>Go charge my goblins that they grind their joints</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.278>With dry convulsions, shorten up their sinews</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.279>With aged cramps, and more pinch-spotted make them</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.280>Than pard or cat o' mountain.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech74><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.281>Hark, they roar!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech75><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=4.1.282>Let them be hunted soundly. At this hour</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.283>Lie at my mercy all mine enemies:</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.284>Shortly shall all my labours end, and thou</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.285>Shalt have the air at freedom: for a little</A><br> <A NAME=4.1.286>Follow, and do me service.</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt</i></p> </blockquote><p> <H3>ACT V</h3> <h3>SCENE I. Before PROSPERO'S cell.</h3> <p><blockquote> <i>Enter PROSPERO in his magic robes, and ARIEL</i> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech1><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.1>Now does my project gather to a head:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.2>My charms crack not; my spirits obey; and time</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.3>Goes upright with his carriage. How's the day?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech2><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.4>On the sixth hour; at which time, my lord,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.5>You said our work should cease.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech3><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.6>I did say so,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.7>When first I raised the tempest. Say, my spirit,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.8>How fares the king and's followers?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech4><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.9>Confined together</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.10>In the same fashion as you gave in charge,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.11>Just as you left them; all prisoners, sir,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.12>In the line-grove which weather-fends your cell;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.13>They cannot budge till your release. The king,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.14>His brother and yours, abide all three distracted</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.15>And the remainder mourning over them,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.16>Brimful of sorrow and dismay; but chiefly</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.17>Him that you term'd, sir, 'The good old lord Gonzalo;'</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.18>His tears run down his beard, like winter's drops</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.19>From eaves of reeds. Your charm so strongly works 'em</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.20>That if you now beheld them, your affections</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.21>Would become tender.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech5><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.22>Dost thou think so, spirit?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech6><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.23>Mine would, sir, were I human.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech7><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.24>And mine shall.</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.25>Hast thou, which art but air, a touch, a feeling</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.26>Of their afflictions, and shall not myself,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.27>One of their kind, that relish all as sharply,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.28>Passion as they, be kindlier moved than thou art?</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.29>Though with their high wrongs I am struck to the quick,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.30>Yet with my nobler reason 'gaitist my fury</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.31>Do I take part: the rarer action is</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.32>In virtue than in vengeance: they being penitent,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.33>The sole drift of my purpose doth extend</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.34>Not a frown further. Go release them, Ariel:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.35>My charms I'll break, their senses I'll restore,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.36>And they shall be themselves.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech8><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.37>I'll fetch them, sir.</A><br> <p><i>Exit</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech9><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.38>Ye elves of hills, brooks, standing lakes and groves,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.39>And ye that on the sands with printless foot</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.40>Do chase the ebbing Neptune and do fly him</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.41>When he comes back; you demi-puppets that</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.42>By moonshine do the green sour ringlets make,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.43>Whereof the ewe not bites, and you whose pastime</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.44>Is to make midnight mushrooms, that rejoice</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.45>To hear the solemn curfew; by whose aid,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.46>Weak masters though ye be, I have bedimm'd</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.47>The noontide sun, call'd forth the mutinous winds,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.48>And 'twixt the green sea and the azured vault</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.49>Set roaring war: to the dread rattling thunder</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.50>Have I given fire and rifted Jove's stout oak</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.51>With his own bolt; the strong-based promontory</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.52>Have I made shake and by the spurs pluck'd up</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.53>The pine and cedar: graves at my command</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.54>Have waked their sleepers, oped, and let 'em forth</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.55>By my so potent art. But this rough magic</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.56>I here abjure, and, when I have required</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.57>Some heavenly music, which even now I do,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.58>To work mine end upon their senses that</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.59>This airy charm is for, I'll break my staff,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.60>Bury it certain fathoms in the earth,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.61>And deeper than did ever plummet sound</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.62>I'll drown my book.</A><br> <p><i>Solemn music</i></p> <p><i>Re-enter ARIEL before: then ALONSO, with a frantic gesture, attended by GONZALO; SEBASTIAN and ANTONIO in like manner, attended by ADRIAN and FRANCISCO they all enter the circle which PROSPERO had made, and there stand charmed; which PROSPERO observing, speaks:</i></p> <A NAME=5.1.63>A solemn air and the best comforter</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.64>To an unsettled fancy cure thy brains,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.65>Now useless, boil'd within thy skull! There stand,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.66>For you are spell-stopp'd.</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.67>Holy Gonzalo, honourable man,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.68>Mine eyes, even sociable to the show of thine,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.69>Fall fellowly drops. The charm dissolves apace,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.70>And as the morning steals upon the night,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.71>Melting the darkness, so their rising senses</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.72>Begin to chase the ignorant fumes that mantle</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.73>Their clearer reason. O good Gonzalo,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.74>My true preserver, and a loyal sir</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.75>To him you follow'st! I will pay thy g races</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.76>Home both in word and deed. Most cruelly</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.77>Didst thou, Alonso, use me and my daughter:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.78>Thy brother was a furtherer in the act.</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.79>Thou art pinch'd fort now, Sebastian. Flesh and blood,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.80>You, brother mine, that entertain'd ambition,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.81>Expell'd remorse and nature; who, with Sebastian,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.82>Whose inward pinches therefore are most strong,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.83>Would here have kill'd your king; I do forgive thee,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.84>Unnatural though thou art. Their understanding</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.85>Begins to swell, and the approaching tide</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.86>Will shortly fill the reasonable shore</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.87>That now lies foul and muddy. Not one of them</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.88>That yet looks on me, or would know me Ariel,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.89>Fetch me the hat and rapier in my cell:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.90>I will discase me, and myself present</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.91>As I was sometime Milan: quickly, spirit;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.92>Thou shalt ere long be free.</A><br> <p><i>ARIEL sings and helps to attire him</i></p> <A NAME=5.1.93>Where the bee sucks. there suck I:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.94>In a cowslip's bell I lie;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.95>There I couch when owls do cry.</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.96>On the bat's back I do fly</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.97>After summer merrily.</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.98>Merrily, merrily shall I live now</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.99>Under the blossom that hangs on the bough.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech10><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.100>Why, that's my dainty Ariel! I shall miss thee:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.101>But yet thou shalt have freedom: so, so, so.</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.102>To the king's ship, invisible as thou art:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.103>There shalt thou find the mariners asleep</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.104>Under the hatches; the master and the boatswain</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.105>Being awake, enforce them to this place,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.106>And presently, I prithee.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech11><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.107>I drink the air before me, and return</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.108>Or ere your pulse twice beat.</A><br> <p><i>Exit</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech12><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.109>All torment, trouble, wonder and amazement</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.110>Inhabits here: some heavenly power guide us</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.111>Out of this fearful country!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech13><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.112>Behold, sir king,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.113>The wronged Duke of Milan, Prospero:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.114>For more assurance that a living prince</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.115>Does now speak to thee, I embrace thy body;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.116>And to thee and thy company I bid</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.117>A hearty welcome.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech14><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.118> Whether thou best he or no,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.119>Or some enchanted trifle to abuse me,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.120>As late I have been, I not know: thy pulse</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.121>Beats as of flesh and blood; and, since I saw thee,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.122>The affliction of my mind amends, with which,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.123>I fear, a madness held me: this must crave,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.124>An if this be at all, a most strange story.</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.125>Thy dukedom I resign and do entreat</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.126>Thou pardon me my wrongs. But how should Prospero</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.127>Be living and be here?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech15><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.128>First, noble friend,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.129>Let me embrace thine age, whose honour cannot</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.130>Be measured or confined.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech16><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.131>Whether this be</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.132>Or be not, I'll not swear.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech17><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.133>You do yet taste</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.134>Some subtilties o' the isle, that will not let you</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.135>Believe things certain. Welcome, my friends all!</A><br> <p><i>Aside to SEBASTIAN and ANTONIO</i></p> <A NAME=5.1.136>But you, my brace of lords, were I so minded,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.137>I here could pluck his highness' frown upon you</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.138>And justify you traitors: at this time</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.139>I will tell no tales.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech18><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.140>[Aside] The devil speaks in him.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech19><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.141>No.</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.142>For you, most wicked sir, whom to call brother</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.143>Would even infect my mouth, I do forgive</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.144>Thy rankest fault; all of them; and require</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.145>My dukedom of thee, which perforce, I know,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.146>Thou must restore.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech20><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.147> If thou be'st Prospero,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.148>Give us particulars of thy preservation;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.149>How thou hast met us here, who three hours since</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.150>Were wreck'd upon this shore; where I have lost--</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.151>How sharp the point of this remembrance is!--</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.152>My dear son Ferdinand.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech21><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.153>I am woe for't, sir.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech22><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.154>Irreparable is the loss, and patience</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.155>Says it is past her cure.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech23><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.156>I rather think</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.157>You have not sought her help, of whose soft grace</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.158>For the like loss I have her sovereign aid</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.159>And rest myself content.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech24><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.160>You the like loss!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech25><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.161>As great to me as late; and, supportable</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.162>To make the dear loss, have I means much weaker</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.163>Than you may call to comfort you, for I</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.164>Have lost my daughter.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech26><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.165>A daughter?</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.166>O heavens, that they were living both in Naples,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.167>The king and queen there! that they were, I wish</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.168>Myself were mudded in that oozy bed</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.169>Where my son lies. When did you lose your daughter?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech27><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.170>In this last tempest. I perceive these lords</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.171>At this encounter do so much admire</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.172>That they devour their reason and scarce think</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.173>Their eyes do offices of truth, their words</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.174>Are natural breath: but, howsoe'er you have</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.175>Been justled from your senses, know for certain</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.176>That I am Prospero and that very duke</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.177>Which was thrust forth of Milan, who most strangely</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.178>Upon this shore, where you were wreck'd, was landed,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.179>To be the lord on't. No more yet of this;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.180>For 'tis a chronicle of day by day,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.181>Not a relation for a breakfast nor</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.182>Befitting this first meeting. Welcome, sir;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.183>This cell's my court: here have I few attendants</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.184>And subjects none abroad: pray you, look in.</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.185>My dukedom since you have given me again,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.186>I will requite you with as good a thing;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.187>At least bring forth a wonder, to content ye</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.188>As much as me my dukedom.</A><br> <p><i>Here PROSPERO discovers FERDINAND and MIRANDA playing at chess</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech28><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.189>Sweet lord, you play me false.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech29><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.190>No, my dear'st love,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.191>I would not for the world.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech30><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.192>Yes, for a score of kingdoms you should wrangle,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.193>And I would call it, fair play.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech31><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.194>If this prove</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.195>A vision of the Island, one dear son</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.196>Shall I twice lose.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech32><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.197>A most high miracle!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech33><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.198>Though the seas threaten, they are merciful;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.199>I have cursed them without cause.</A><br> <p><i>Kneels</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech34><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.200>Now all the blessings</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.201>Of a glad father compass thee about!</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.202>Arise, and say how thou camest here.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech35><b>MIRANDA</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.203>O, wonder!</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.204>How many goodly creatures are there here!</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.205>How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.206>That has such people in't!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech36><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.207>'Tis new to thee.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech37><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.208>What is this maid with whom thou wast at play?</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.209>Your eld'st acquaintance cannot be three hours:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.210>Is she the goddess that hath sever'd us,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.211>And brought us thus together?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech38><b>FERDINAND</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.212>Sir, she is mortal;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.213>But by immortal Providence she's mine:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.214>I chose her when I could not ask my father</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.215>For his advice, nor thought I had one. She</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.216>Is daughter to this famous Duke of Milan,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.217>Of whom so often I have heard renown,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.218>But never saw before; of whom I have</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.219>Received a second life; and second father</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.220>This lady makes him to me.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech39><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.221>I am hers:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.222>But, O, how oddly will it sound that I</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.223>Must ask my child forgiveness!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech40><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.224>There, sir, stop:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.225>Let us not burthen our remembrance with</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.226>A heaviness that's gone.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech41><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.227>I have inly wept,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.228>Or should have spoke ere this. Look down, you god,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.229>And on this couple drop a blessed crown!</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.230>For it is you that have chalk'd forth the way</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.231>Which brought us hither.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech42><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.232>I say, Amen, Gonzalo!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech43><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.233>Was Milan thrust from Milan, that his issue</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.234>Should become kings of Naples? O, rejoice</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.235>Beyond a common joy, and set it down</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.236>With gold on lasting pillars: In one voyage</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.237>Did Claribel her husband find at Tunis,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.238>And Ferdinand, her brother, found a wife</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.239>Where he himself was lost, Prospero his dukedom</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.240>In a poor isle and all of us ourselves</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.241>When no man was his own.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech44><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.242>[To FERDINAND and MIRANDA] Give me your hands:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.243>Let grief and sorrow still embrace his heart</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.244>That doth not wish you joy!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech45><b>GONZALO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.245>Be it so! Amen!</A><br> <p><i>Re-enter ARIEL, with the Master and Boatswain amazedly following</i></p> <A NAME=5.1.246>O, look, sir, look, sir! here is more of us:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.247>I prophesied, if a gallows were on land,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.248>This fellow could not drown. Now, blasphemy,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.249>That swear'st grace o'erboard, not an oath on shore?</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.250>Hast thou no mouth by land? What is the news?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech46><b>Boatswain</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.251>The best news is, that we have safely found</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.252>Our king and company; the next, our ship--</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.253>Which, but three glasses since, we gave out split--</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.254>Is tight and yare and bravely rigg'd as when</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.255>We first put out to sea.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech47><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.256>[Aside to PROSPERO] Sir, all this service</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.257>Have I done since I went.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech48><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.258>[Aside to ARIEL] My tricksy spirit!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech49><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.259>These are not natural events; they strengthen</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.260>From strange to stranger. Say, how came you hither?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech50><b>Boatswain</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.261>If I did think, sir, I were well awake,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.262>I'ld strive to tell you. We were dead of sleep,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.263>And--how we know not--all clapp'd under hatches;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.264>Where but even now with strange and several noises</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.265>Of roaring, shrieking, howling, jingling chains,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.266>And more diversity of sounds, all horrible,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.267>We were awaked; straightway, at liberty;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.268>Where we, in all her trim, freshly beheld</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.269>Our royal, good and gallant ship, our master</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.270>Capering to eye her: on a trice, so please you,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.271>Even in a dream, were we divided from them</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.272>And were brought moping hither.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech51><b>ARIEL</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.273>[Aside to PROSPERO] Was't well done?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech52><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.274>[Aside to ARIEL] Bravely, my diligence. Thou shalt be free.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech53><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.275>This is as strange a maze as e'er men trod</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.276>And there is in this business more than nature</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.277>Was ever conduct of: some oracle</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.278>Must rectify our knowledge.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech54><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.279>Sir, my liege,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.280>Do not infest your mind with beating on</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.281>The strangeness of this business; at pick'd leisure</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.282>Which shall be shortly, single I'll resolve you,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.283>Which to you shall seem probable, of every</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.284>These happen'd accidents; till when, be cheerful</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.285>And think of each thing well.</A><br> <p><i>Aside to ARIEL</i></p> <A NAME=5.1.286>Come hither, spirit:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.287>Set Caliban and his companions free;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.288>Untie the spell.</A><br> <p><i>Exit ARIEL</i></p> <A NAME=5.1.289>How fares my gracious sir?</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.290>There are yet missing of your company</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.291>Some few odd lads that you remember not.</A><br> <p><i>Re-enter ARIEL, driving in CALIBAN, STEPHANO and TRINCULO, in their stolen apparel</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech55><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.292>Every man shift for all the rest, and</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.293>let no man take care for himself; for all is</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.294>but fortune. Coragio, bully-monster, coragio!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech56><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.295>If these be true spies which I wear in my head,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.296>here's a goodly sight.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech57><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.297>O Setebos, these be brave spirits indeed!</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.298>How fine my master is! I am afraid</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.299>He will chastise me.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech58><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.300>Ha, ha!</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.301>What things are these, my lord Antonio?</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.302>Will money buy 'em?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech59><b>ANTONIO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.303>Very like; one of them</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.304>Is a plain fish, and, no doubt, marketable.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech60><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.305>Mark but the badges of these men, my lords,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.306>Then say if they be true. This mis-shapen knave,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.307>His mother was a witch, and one so strong</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.308>That could control the moon, make flows and ebbs,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.309>And deal in her command without her power.</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.310>These three have robb'd me; and this demi-devil--</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.311>For he's a bastard one--had plotted with them</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.312>To take my life. Two of these fellows you</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.313>Must know and own; this thing of darkness!</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.314>Acknowledge mine.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech61><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.315> I shall be pinch'd to death.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech62><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.316>Is not this Stephano, my drunken butler?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech63><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.317>He is drunk now: where had he wine?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech64><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.318>And Trinculo is reeling ripe: where should they</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.319>Find this grand liquor that hath gilded 'em?</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.320>How camest thou in this pickle?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech65><b>TRINCULO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.321>I have been in such a pickle since I</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.322>saw you last that, I fear me, will never out of</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.323>my bones: I shall not fear fly-blowing.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech66><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.324>Why, how now, Stephano!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech67><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.325>O, touch me not; I am not Stephano, but a cramp.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech68><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.326>You'ld be king o' the isle, sirrah?</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech69><b>STEPHANO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.327>I should have been a sore one then.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech70><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.328>This is a strange thing as e'er I look'd on.</A><br> <p><i>Pointing to Caliban</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech71><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.329>He is as disproportion'd in his manners</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.330>As in his shape. Go, sirrah, to my cell;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.331>Take with you your companions; as you look</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.332>To have my pardon, trim it handsomely.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech72><b>CALIBAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.333>Ay, that I will; and I'll be wise hereafter</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.334>And seek for grace. What a thrice-double ass</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.335>Was I, to take this drunkard for a god</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.336>And worship this dull fool!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech73><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.337>Go to; away!</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech74><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.338>Hence, and bestow your luggage where you found it.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech75><b>SEBASTIAN</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.339>Or stole it, rather.</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt CALIBAN, STEPHANO, and TRINCULO</i></p> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech76><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.340>Sir, I invite your highness and your train</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.341>To my poor cell, where you shall take your rest</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.342>For this one night; which, part of it, I'll waste</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.343>With such discourse as, I not doubt, shall make it</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.344>Go quick away; the story of my life</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.345>And the particular accidents gone by</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.346>Since I came to this isle: and in the morn</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.347>I'll bring you to your ship and so to Naples,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.348>Where I have hope to see the nuptial</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.349>Of these our dear-beloved solemnized;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.350>And thence retire me to my Milan, where</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.351>Every third thought shall be my grave.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech77><b>ALONSO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.352>I long</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.353>To hear the story of your life, which must</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.354>Take the ear strangely.</A><br> </blockquote> <A NAME=speech78><b>PROSPERO</b></a> <blockquote> <A NAME=5.1.355>I'll deliver all;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.356>And promise you calm seas, auspicious gales</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.357>And sail so expeditious that shall catch</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.358>Your royal fleet far off.</A><br> <p><i>Aside to ARIEL</i></p> <A NAME=5.1.359>My Ariel, chick,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.360>That is thy charge: then to the elements</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.361>Be free, and fare thou well! Please you, draw near.</A><br> <p><i>Exeunt</i></p> <A NAME=5.1.362>EPILOGUE</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.363>SPOKEN BY PROSPERO</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.364>Now my charms are all o'erthrown,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.365>And what strength I have's mine own,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.366>Which is most faint: now, 'tis true,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.367>I must be here confined by you,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.368>Or sent to Naples. Let me not,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.369>Since I have my dukedom got</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.370>And pardon'd the deceiver, dwell</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.371>In this bare island by your spell;</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.372>But release me from my bands</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.373>With the help of your good hands:</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.374>Gentle breath of yours my sails</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.375>Must fill, or else my project fails,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.376>Which was to please. Now I want</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.377>Spirits to enforce, art to enchant,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.378>And my ending is despair,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.379>Unless I be relieved by prayer,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.380>Which pierces so that it assaults</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.381>Mercy itself and frees all faults.</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.382>As you from crimes would pardon'd be,</A><br> <A NAME=5.1.383>Let your indulgence set me free.</A><br> </body> </html> Traceback (most recent call last): File "/repo/", line 39, in <module> shakespeare_play("") File "/repo/", line 37, in shakespeare_play["Name", "Play url"], data={"Name":char, "Play url":url, "Total Vocabulary":totalvocab}) File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/scraperwiki-0.3.7-py2.7.egg/scraperwiki/", line 31, in save dt.create_table(data, table_name = table_name, error_if_exists = False) File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/dumptruck-0.1.5-py2.7.egg/dumptruck/", line 232, in create_table self.__check_and_add_columns(table_name, row) File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/dumptruck-0.1.5-py2.7.egg/dumptruck/", line 179, in __check_and_add_columns column_type = get_column_type(value) File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/dumptruck-0.1.5-py2.7.egg/dumptruck/", line 64, in get_column_type return u'pickle text' if isinstance(obj, Pickle) else PYTHON_SQLITE_TYPE_MAP[type(obj)] KeyError: <class 'BeautifulSoup.NavigableString'>


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