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The Tempest- Play within a Play


· In Act 1, scene 1, Ariel separates the crew into groups to fall on the island with his magic as per the instruction of Prospero.

· In Act 4, scene 1, a masque is performed in the celebration of the future marriage of Ferdinand and Miranda.

Characters and Settings

Act I

Act II


Act IV

Act V

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