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"'Be not so amazed, daughter Miranda,' said Prospero; "there is no harm done. I have so ordered it, that no person in the ship shall receive any hurt.'" Tale 1, The Tempest, p. 3

"Prospero, who had enjoined Ferdinand this task merely as a trial of his love, was not at his books, as his daughter supposed, but was standing by them invisible, to overhear what they said." Tale 1, The Tempest, p. 9

"Oberon the king, and Titania the queen of the fairies, with all their tiny train of followers, in this wood held their midnight revels." Tale 2, A Midsummer Night's Dream, p. 18

'"Come hither, Puck', said Oberon to this little merry wanderer of the night, 'fetch me the flower which maids call Love of Idleness; the juice of that little purple flower laid on the eyelids of those who sleep, will make them, when they awake, dote on...

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