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  • I find significance even in the fact that Ariel wants his freedom “a full year” before the term Prospero had originally proposed.

    The Man Shakespeare

  • I find significance even in the fact that Ariel wants his freedom "a full year" before the term Prospero had originally proposed.

    The Man Shakespeare

  • In the original, Prospero is the Duke of Milan, so preoccupied with his library of magical books that he fails to notice his brother's plot to usurp him.

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  • A beautifully original handling of a classic tale, Miranda's enthralling quest to find and save her father, the renowned wizard Prospero, is fraught with danger and surprises, taking her to the ends of the world and beyond.

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  • His last major film role was in Prospero’s Books (1991), based on Shakespeare’s The Tempest.

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  • Hi Kwame – Your comment about Prospero is really at the heart of Auden’s inquiry in his poem “The Sea and the Mirror” as well as his lectures on Shakespeare.

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  • If Stewart's "rough magic" is at times too rough for the play's supernal poetry, his Prospero is a man, not a mystic.

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  • His Prospero was a demented stage manager on a theatrical island, suspended between smouldering rage at his usurpation and unbridled glee at his alternative ethereal power.

    The Guardian World News

  • That's why I'm happy to say that a new restaurant called Prospero is moving in.

    Buffalo Rising

  • Sir August de Wynter was associated with a next generation climate engineering project called The Prospero Project.

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