A Tempest: Based on Shakespeare's The Tempest, Adaptation for a Black Theatre - Study Guide Act 3, Scene 5 Summary & Analysis

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As Miranda and Ferdinand play chess in Prospero's cave, Miranda accuses Ferdinand of cheating, and he admits to cheating, relieved that she could tell that he was cheating since it makes him less worried about her leaving the innocence of the Island. Miranda claims that she would brave the demons of hell if she was with Ferdinand. The nobles enter, and Alonso is thrilled to be reunited with his son. Alonso and Gonzalo are overjoyed to see the love and happiness between Miranda and Ferdinand. Alonso gives them his blessing as Prospero enters and welcomes the gentlemen to the family party with assurances that they will recover their undamaged vessel tomorrow when he will return to Europe with them. Gonzalo delights in the happy ending to their unhappy shipwreck.

Prospero turns to Ariel and frees him with the hope that he will not be bored...

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