The Tempest

What imagery is used in Act 1 of The Tempest?

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A tempest is another name for a terrible, horrible storm. And, this is just what opens up the play. The imagery used is that of a wicked-terrible storm, one that has been caused by Prospero's magic. It is a physical manifestation of the internal tempest that Prospero has been harboring for many years because of his exile by his brother 12 years previously.
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