Anecdotes of Destiny ; and, Ehrengard - Tempests, I- VI, pp. 63-81 Summary & Analysis

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Tempests, I- VI, pp. 63-81 Summary

I. The Vision of the Tempest— Herr Soerensen is a successful old actor and director, who runs a traveling theater troupe. He is particularly connected to Shakespeare's work, and decides to make a production of the play, The Tempest, and play the role of Prospero. II. A Part Assigned— Soerensen has much thought in who will play the part of the spirit Ariel. Suddenly, he decides to have a young woman play the part. She is in the theater troupe and is quite tall, but Soerensen decides that she will be perfect for the part.

III. The Child of Love— The girl's mother, Madam Ross, married the Captain who left a few months later, never to be seen again. Madam Ross did not know if the ship went down, or the Captain...

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