And you hate your boss at your job, But in your dreams, you can blow his head off. In your dreams, show no mercy. Even your parents can hurt you.
Years earlier, he had been deposed by his treacherous younger brother, Antonio, to whom he had given too much power, for Prospero had always been more interested in his books of philosophy and magic than in affairs of state.
Antonio had the aid of Alonso, the equally treacherous king of Naples, in his plot against his brother, and the conspirators had set Prospero and his infant daughter, Miranda, adrift in a small boat. Eventually, the craft drifted to an island that formerly had been the domain of the witch Sycorax, whose son, the monster Caliban, still lived there.
Through the power of his magic, Prospero subdued Caliban and freed certain good spirits, particularly Ariel, whom Sycorax had imprisoned.
Now, in a terrible storm, the ship carrying the treacherous king of Naples, his son Ferdinand, and Antonio is wrecked. They, with their companions, are brought ashore by Ariel.
Using Ariel as an instrument, Prospero frustrates the plots of Antonio and Sebastian against the king and of Caliban, Trinculo, and Stephano against himself. He also furthers the romance between Miranda and Ferdinand. Convinced at last that Antonio and Alonso have repented of the wrongs they had done him, Prospero has them brought to his cell, where he reveals his identity and reclaims his dukedom.
At the end of the story, he has the satisfaction of releasing Ariel, abandoning his magic, and returning to Milan for the marriage of Miranda and Ferdinand. She falls instantly in love with Ferdinand.
At the end of the play, they are to be married. The character of Miranda often has been taken as the depiction of complete innocence, untouched by the corruption of sophisticated life.
Separated from his father when they reach the island, he is captured by Prospero, who, to test him, puts him at menial tasks. He falls in love with Miranda and she with him. Prospero finally permits their marriage.
He aided the treacherous Antonio in deposing Prospero. He is finally forgiven for his crime.
On the island, he plots with Antonio to usurp the throne of Naples. Prospero discovers and frustrates the plot. Ariel Ariel AY-ree-ehla spirit imprisoned by Sycorax and released by Prospero, whom he serves faithfully.Theme and Narrative Elements in the Short Story.
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Theme and Narrative Elements in the Short Story The short story I have chosen to write about is “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” by James Thurber. I will use this story to write an understanding of literary themes.
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"The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" () is a short story by James Thurber. The most famous of Thurber's stories, it first appeared in The New Yorker on March 18, , and was first collected in his book My World and Welcome to It (Harcourt, Brace and Company, ). It has since been reprinted in James Thurber: Writings and Drawings (The Library of America, , ISBN ), is.