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The Scene, an uninhabited Island <1Names of the Actors>1 Alonso, K. of Naples. Sebastian his brother. Prospero, the right Duke of Milan. Antonio his brother, the usurping Duke of Milan. Ferdinand, Son to the King of Naples. Gonzalo, an honest old Councellor. Adrian and Francisco, Lords. Caliban, a savage and deformed slave. Trinculo, a jester. Stephano, a drunken butler. Master of a ship. Boatswain. Mariners. Miranda, daughter to Prospero. Ariel, an airy spirit. Iris } Ceres } Juno }> Spirits 20 Nymphs } Reapers } THE TEMPEST ACT I SCENE I.--<1[On a ship at sea]>1 : <1a tempestuous noise of>1 <1thunder and lightning heard.>1 <1Enter a Ship-Master and a Boatswain.>1 <1Mast.>1 Boatswain! <1Boats.>1 Here, master: what cheer ? <1Mast.>1 Good : speak to th' mariners: fall to 't, yarely, or we run ourselves aground : bestir, bestir. <1Exit.>1 <1Enter Mariners.>1 <1Boats.>1 Heigh, my hearts! cheerly, cheerly, my hearts! 5 yare, yare ! Take in the topsail. Tend t . . .
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THE TEMPEST [1.1.] <1'A Tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard.'>1 <1The waist of a ship is seen, seas breaking over it.>1 <1A SHIP-MASTER>1 : <1A BOATSWAIN.>1 <1Master [from the poop-deck].>1 Bos'n ! <1Boatswain [in the waist].>1 Here, master: what cheer? <1Master.>1 Good: speak to th' mariners: fall to't--yarely--- or we run ourselves aground. Bestir, bestir. <1[he returns to the `helm>1 <1Master's whistle heard. Mariners come aft.>1 <1Boatswain.>1 Heigh my hearts ! cheerly, cheerly my hearts ...yare, yare...take in the topsail...tend to th' master's whistle... <1[to the gale]>1 Blow till thou burst thy wind--if room enough ! <1`ALONSO, SEBASTIAN, ANTONIO, FERDINAND,>1 <1GONZALO, and others' come on deck.>1 <1Alonso.>1 Good bos'n, have care, Where's the master? Play the men. <1Boatswain.>1 I pray now, keep below. <1Antonio.>1 Where is the master, bos'n? <1Boatswain.>1 Do you not hear him? You mar our labour. Keep your cabins: you do assist the storm. < . . .
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ACT I. SCENE I.---<1On a ship at Sea. A Storm, with <1Thunder and Lightning>1. <1Enter a>1 Ship-master <1and a>1 Boatswain. <1Master.>1 Boatswain! <1Boats.>1 Here, master: What cheer? <1Master.>1 Good, speak to the mariners: fall to't yarely, or we run ourselves aground: bestir, bestir. [<1Exit.>1 <1Enter>1 Mariners. <1Boats.>1 Heigh, my hearts! cheerly, cheerly, my hearts; yare, yare! Take in the topsail: Tend to the master's whistle.--Blow, till thou burst thy wind, if room enough! <1Enter>1 <2ALONSO, SEBASTIAN, ANTONIO, FERDINAND,>2 GONZALO,>2 <1and others.>1 <1Alon.>1 Good boatswain, have care. Where's the master? Play the men. <1Boats.>1 I pray now, keep below. <1Ant.>1 Where is the master, boatswain? <1Boats.>1 Do you not hear him? You mar our labour: Keep your cabins: You do assist the storm. <1Gon.>1 Nay, good, be patient. <1Boats.>1 When the sea is. . . .
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THE TEMPEST ACT I SCENE I. ON A SHIP AT SEA. A TEMPESTUOUS NOISE OF THUNDER AND LIGHTNING HEARD. <1Enter a Ship-Master and a Boatswain.>1 <2MASTER>2 Boatswain! <2BOATSWAIN>2 Here, Master. What cheer? <2MASTER>2 Good. Speak to th' mariners. fall to't, yarely, or we run ourselves aground. Bestir, bestir! <1Exit.>1 Enter Mariners. <2BOATSWAIN>2 Heigh, my hearts! Cheerly, cheerly, my hearts! Yare, yare! Take in the topsail! Tend to th' Master's whistle! Blow, till thou burst thy wind, if room enough! <1Enter Alonso, Sebastian, Antonio, Ferdinand, Gonzalo, and others.>1 <2ALONSO>2 Good Boatswain, have care! Where's the Master? Play the men. <2BOATSWAIN>2 I pray now, keep below. <2ANTONIO>2 Where is the Master, Boatswain? <2BOATSWAIN>2 Do you not hear him? You mar our labour. Keep your cabins : you do assist the storm. <2GONZALO>2 Nay, good, be patient. <2BOATSWAIN>2 When the sea is. Hence! What cares these roarers for the name of King? To . . .
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THE TEMPEST ACT I SCENE I. ON A SHIP AT SEA. A TEMPESTUOUS NOISE OF THUNDER AND LIGHTNING HEARD. <1Enter a Ship-Master and a Boatswain.>1 <2MASTER>2 Boatswain! <2BOATSWAIN>2 Here, Master. What cheer? <2MASTER>2 Good. Speak to th' mariners. fall to't, yarely, or we run ourselves aground. Bestir, bestir! <1Exit.>1 Enter Mariners. <2BOATSWAIN>2 Heigh, my hearts! Cheerly, cheerly, my hearts! Yare, yare! Take in the topsail! Tend to th' Master's whistle! Blow, till thou burst thy wind, if room enough! <1Enter Alonso, Sebastian, Antonio, Ferdinand, Gonzalo, and others.>1 <2ALONSO>2 Good Boatswain, have care! Where's the Master? Play the men. <2BOATSWAIN>2 I pray now, keep below. <2ANTONIO>2 Where is the Master, Boatswain? <2BOATSWAIN>2 Do you not hear him? You mar our labour. Keep your cabins : you do assist the storm. <2GONZALO>2 Nay, good, be patient. <2BOATSWAIN>2 When the sea is. Hence! What cares these roarers for the name of King? To . . .
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THE TEMPEST ACT I SCENE I---<1On a ship at sea>1 .- <1a tempestuous noise of>1 <1thunder and lightning heard:>1 <1Enter a Ship-Master and a Boatswain.>1 <1Mast.>1 Boatswain ! <1Boats.>1 Here, master : what cheer ? <1Mast.>1 Good, speak to the mariners : fall to 't, yarely, or we run ourselves aground : bestir, bestir. [<1Exit.>1 <1Enter Mariners.>1 <1Boats.>1 Heigh, my hearts ! cheerly, cheerly, my hearts ! yare, yare ! Take in the topsail. Tend to the master's whistle. Blow, till thou burst thy wind, if room enough ! <1Enter>1 <2ALONSO, SEBASTIAN, ANTONIO, FERDINAND,>2 <2GONZALO,>2 <1and others.>1 <1Alon.>1 Good boatswain, have care. Where's the master ? Play the men. <1Boats.>1 I pray now, keep below. <1Ant.>1 Where is the master, boatswain ? <1Boats.>1 Do you not hear him ? You mar our labour: keep your cabins: yo . . .
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THE TEMPEST THE CHARACTERS IN THE PLAY <2ALONSO,>2 King of Naples <2SEBASTIAN,>2 his brother <2PROSPERO,>2 the right Duke of Milan <2ANTONIO,>2 his brother, the usurping Duke of Milan <2FERDINAND,>2 son of the King of Naples <2GONZALO,>2 an honest old councillor <2ADRIAN>2 lords <2FRANCISCO>2 <2CALIBAN,>2 a savage and deformed slave <2TRINCULO,>2 a jester <2STEPHANO,>2 a drunken butler Master of a ship Boatswain Mariners <2MIRANDA,>2 daughter of Prospero <2ARIEL,>2 an airy spirit <2IRIS>2 <2CERES>2 characters in the masque, played by Ariel and <2JUNO>2 other Spirits Nymphs Reapers Additional Spirits in the service of Prospero <1A tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard>1 I.1 <1Enter a Shipmaster and a Boatswain>1 <2MASTER>2 Boatswain! <2BOATSWAIN>2 Here, Master. What cheer ? <2MASTER>2 Good. Speak to th'mariners. Fall to't, yarely, or we run ourselves aground. Bestir, bestir! <1Exit>1 <1Enter Mariners>1 <2BOATSWAIN>2 Heigh, my hearts! Cheerly, cheerly . . .
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ACT I. SCENE I.--On a Ship at Sea. A tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard. Enter a Shipmaster and a Boatswain severally. <2MASTER.>2 Boatswain ! <2BOATSWAIN.>2 Here, master : what cheer ? <2MASTER.>2 Good, speak to the mariners : fall to 't yarely, or we run ourselves aground : bestir, bestir. <1[Exit.>1 Enter Mariners. <2BOATSWAIN.>2 Heigh, my hearts ! cheerly, cheerly, my hearts ! yare, yare ! Take in the topsail. Tend to the master' s whistle.--Blow, till thou burst thy wind, if room enough ! Enter <2ALONSO, SEBASTIAN, ANTONIO, FERDINAND,>2 <2GONZALO,>2 and Others. <2ALONSO>2. Good boatswain, have care. Where 's the master ? Play the men. <2BOATSWAIN.>2 I pray now, keep below. <2ANTONIO.>2 Where is the master, boson ? <2BoATSWAIN.>2 Do you not hear him ? You mar our labour : keep your cabins : you do assist the storm. <2GONZALO.>2 Nay, good, be patient. <2BOATSWAIN.>2 When the sea is. Hence ! What cares these roarers for . . .
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THE TEMPEST. ACT I. SCENE I. On a Ship at Sea. A tempestuous noise of Thunder and Lightning. <1Enter a Ship-master and a Boatswain>1. <1Master.>1 Boatswain !. <1Boats.>1 Here, master : what cheer? <1Mast.>1 Good. Speak to the mariners : fall to't yarely, or we run ourselves aground : bestir, bestir. <1[Exit.>1 <1Enter Mariners.>1 <1Boats.>1 Heigh, my hearts ! cheerly, cheerly, my hearts ! yare, yare. Take in the top-sail ; tend to the master's whistle.---Blow, till thou burst thy wind, if room enough! <1Enter>1 <2ALONSO, SEBASTIAN, ANTONIO, FERDINAND, GONZALO,>2 <1and others>1. <1Alon.>1 Good boatswain, have a care. Where's the master ? Play the men. <1Boats.>1 I pray now, keep below. <1Ant.>1 Where is the master, boatswain ? <1Boats.>1 Do you not hear him ? You mar our labour. Keep your cabins ; you do assist . . .
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THE TEMPEST ACT I, SCENE I <1A tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard.>1 <1Enter a>1 SHIP-MASTER <1and a>1 <2BOATSWAIN.>2 <1Mast>1 Boatswain <1Boats.>1 Here, master; what cheer? <1Mast.>1 Good; speak to th' mariners. Fall to't, yarely, or we run ourselves aground. Bestir, bestir. <1Exit.>1 <1Enter>1 <2MARINERS.>2 <1Boats.>1 Heigh, my hearts! cheerly, cheerly, my 5 hearts! yare, yare! Take in the topsail. Tend to th' master's whistle.--Blow till thou burst thy wind, if room enough! <1Enter>1 <2ALONSO, SEBASTIAN, ANTONIO, FERDINANDO,>2 <2GONZALO,>2 <1and others.>1 <1Alon.>1 Good boatswain, have care. Where's the master? Play the men 10 <1Boats.>1 I pray now keep below. <1Ant.>1 Where is the master, bos'n? <1Boats>1 Do you not hear him? You mar our labor. Keep your cabins; you do assist the storm. <1Gon>1 Nay, good, be patient 15 <1Boats.>1 When the sea is. Hence! What cares these roarers for the name of king? To cabin! sile . . .
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<1The Scene:>1 An uninhabited island. <1Names of the Actors>1 Alonso, King of Naples Sebastian, his brother Prospero, the right Duke of Milan Antonio, his brother, the usurping Duke of Milan Ferdinand, son to the King of Naples Gonzalo, an honest old councilor Adrian and Francisco, lords Caliban, a savage and deformed slave Trinculo, a jester Stephano, a drunken butler Master of a ship Boatswain Mariners Miranda, daughter to Prospero Ariel, an airy spirit Iris Ceres Juno [presented by] spirits Nymphs Reapers [Other Spirits attending on Prospero] ACT I Scene I. <1[On a ship at sea.]>1 <1A tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning>1 <1heard. Enter a Shipmaster and a Boatswain.>1 <1Master.>1 Boatswain! <1Boatswain.>1 Here, master. What cheer? <1Master.>1 Good, speak to th' mariners! Fall to't yarely, or we run ourselves aground. Bestir, bestir! <1Exit.>1 <1Enter Mariners.>1 <1Boatswain.>1 Heigh, my hearts! Cheerly, cheerly, my 5 hearts! Yare, yare! Take in t . . .
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TEMPEST ACT I, SCENE I. <1On a Ship at Sea>1. <1A Storm with Thunder and Lightning>1. <1Enter a Ship-master and a>1 Boat@wain. <1MASTER>1. Boat@wain,-- <1BOATS>1. Here, ma@ter : What cheer ? <1MAST>1. Good : Speak to the mariners: fall to't yarely, or we run our@elves aground: be@tir, be@tir. [Exit. <1Enter>1 Mariners. <1BOATS>1. Heigh, my hearts ; cheerly, cheerly, my hearts; yare, yare : Take in the top-@ail; Tend to the ma@ter's whi@tle.-- Blow, till thou bur@t thy wind, if room enough! <1Enter>1 <2ALONSO, SEBASTIAN, ANTONIO, FERDI>2- <2NAND, GONZALO>2, <1and others>1. <1ALON>1. Good boat @wain, have care. Where's the ma@ter? Play the men. <1BOATS>1. I pray now, keep below. <1ANT>1. Where is the ma@ter, boat@wain? <1BOATS>1. Do you not hear him? You mar our la- bour; Keep your cabins: you do a@@i@t the @torm. <1GON>1. Nay, good, be patient. . . .
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<1ACT>1 I. <1SCENE>1 I. <1A Ship at Sea>1. <1A great Storm, with Thunder and Lightning>1. <1Enter, upon Deck, a>1 Ship-ma@ter, <1and a>1 Boat@wain. <1Ma@>1. Boat@wain,-- <1Boa>1. Here, ma@ter: What cheer? <1Ma@>1. Good: Speak to th' mariners: fall to't, yarely, or we run our@elves aground: be@tir, be@tir. [<1Exit>1. <1Enter Mariners>1. <1Boa>1. Heigh, my hearts; cheerly, cheerly, my hearts; yare, yare: Take in the top-@ail; Tend to th' ma@ter's whi@tle:--Blow, 'till thou bur@t thy wind, if room enough. [<1Exeunt Mariners, aloft.>1 <1Enter>1 <2ALONSO>2, Seba@tian, Ferdinand, <2ANTONIO, GONZALO,>2 <1and Others>1. <1ALO>1. Good boat@wain, have care. Where's the ma@ter? Play the men. <1Boa>1. I pray now, keep below. <1ANT>1. Where is the ma@ter, boat@wain? <1Boa>1. Do you not hear him? You mar our labour; Keep your . . .
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ACT I. SCENE I.--<1On a Ship at Sea. A tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard.>1 <1Enter a Ship-master <1and a>1 Boatswain <1severally.>1 <2MASTER.>2 Boatswain! <2BOATS.>2 Here, master: what cheer? <2MASTER.>2 Good, speak to the mariners: fall to't yarely, or we run ourselves aground: bestir, bestir. <1Enter>1 Mariners. <2BOATS.>2 Heigh, my hearts ! cheerly, cheerly, " my hearts ! yare, yare ! Take in the topsail ! Tend to the master's whistle ! [Exeunt Mariners.] Blow, till thou burst thy wind, if room enough ! Enter <2ALONSO, FERDINAND, SEBASTIAN, ANTONIO,>2 <2GONZALO,>2 <1and others.>1 <2ALON.>2 Good boatswain, have care. Where's the master? Play the men. <2BOATS.>2 I pray now, keep below. <2ANT.>2 Where is the master, boson? <2BOATS.>2 Do you not hear him ? You mar our labour : keep your cabins : you do assist the storm. <2GON.>2 Nay, good, be patient. <2BOATS.>2 When the sea is. Hence ! what care these roarers for the name of k . . .