The Tempest - Study Guide Act 5, Scene 1, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Ariel returns with the Boatswain, who is somewhat befuddled as a result of Ariel's enchantments, but who is articulate enough to explain that the ship and its entire crew are safe. As Prospero is congratulating Ariel on a job well done, Alonso speaks with wonder about everything that's happened. Prospero tells him to not worry about how strange everything seems, again promising to explain it all. He tells Ariel to bring Caliban, Trinculo and Stephano, and then as Ariel rushes off, tells Alonso and the others that there are still a few of their company with whom they've yet to be reunited.

Ariel returns almost immediately, leading the still drunk Stephano, Trinculo, and Caliban, who are still wearing the gaudy clothes they put on earlier. Sebastian and Antonio make mocking jokes about Caliban, Prospero tells the story of Caliban's powerful witch/mother, and...

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