A Tempest: Based on Shakespeare's The Tempest, Adaptation for a Black Theatre - Study Guide Act 3, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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In Prospero's cave, Prospero holds a celebration for his daughter's engagement to Ferdinand and invites the gods and goddesses. The gods and goddesses enter, and Juno and Ceres bless the couple and Prospero while Iris beckons to the nymphs to celebrate the contract of true love. The nymphs enter and dance. Prospero expresses his gratitude to the goddesses for their good wishes as the gods and goddesses continue dancing. When Ferdinand asks if this majestic vision shows him spirits, Prospero tells him that it is so. Eshu enters, and Miranda points him out, claiming that he seems more like a devil than a god. Laughing, Eshu says that she is not mistaken; he is god to his friends and devil to his enemies. Prospero chides Eshu for coming to the celebration because he was not invited and Prospero does not like such loose behavior even...

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