This character has a minor role in the play and is noted for exhibiting optimism.
This character, one of the "Three Men of Sin," repents his past wrongdoings when he discovers that his son is alive and well.
This character, one of the "Three Men of Sin," is the only character who does not see the error of his ways at the play's end.
This character dutifully carries out commands, despite a dislike of servitude, due to a promise of release when all deeds are done.
This character defies the royal passengers during the tempest, despite their rank, because of the storm's severity.
This character despises servitude and sees the island as an inherited birthright.
This character is one of the spirits who arrange an elaborate ceremony in honor of the engaged couple.
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