The Tempest Act IV, Short Story
Prospero is in the process of apologizing to Ferdinand for having put him through such hard tasks. He tells him that as compensation he will allow the marriage between him and his daughter. Ferdinand agrees with his father-in-law to be who threatens that he must not sleep with her before they are married and he swears an oath to Prospero.
Prospero commands Ariel to "Bestow upon the eyes of this young couple some vanity of mine art."(Line 43). Ariel leaves to gather some of his fellow spirits. Prospero turns to Ferdinand and asks for a stronger vow. Ferdinand swears again and Prospero recal…
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