5 Steps to a 5 AP US History (2016 Edition, 7th Edition) (5 by Stephen Armstrong, Daniel Murphy

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By Stephen Armstrong, Daniel Murphy

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While Alonso continues to mourn the loss of his son, Prospero relates that he too has lost his child, his daughter. But he means that he has lost her in marriage and pulls back a curtain to reveal Ferdinand and Miranda playing chess. Ferdinand explains to his father that he is betrothed to Miranda and that this event occurred while he thought his father dead. Alonso quickly welcomes Miranda and says he will be a second father to his son’s affianced. At the sight of the couple, Gonzalo begins to cry and thanks God for having worked such a miracle.

Ariel’s last duty to Prospero is to provide calm seas when they sail the next morning. Commentary This final scene indicates the extent of Prospero’s forgiveness and provides an example of humanity toward one’s enemies. Before he confronts his enemies, Prospero tells Ariel that “The rarer action is / In virtue than in vengeance” (27–28). That is, it is better to forgive than to hate one’s enemies. This is the example that Prospero provides in reuniting everyone in this final scene. When he emerges from his trance, Alonso moves quickly to embrace Prospero, and just as quickly, he renounces his claims to Prospero’s dukedom.

Gonzalo’s outlook is positive in many ways, but his utopian dream indicates that there is a complexity to his personality. On the surface he appears happy with his situation, but his dreams of being king reveal that he is not completely satisfied with his lot in life. In contrast, Antonio and Sebastian’s characters are developing as unpleasant and arrogant. Their sarcastic asides counter Gonzalo’s good humor. They justly point out the flaws in Gonzalo’s utopian dream, but they go beyond pointing out the flaws to compete between themselves to see who can devise the cruelest ridicule of both Alonso and 28 CliffsNotes Shakespeare’s The Tempest Gonzalo.

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