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the tempest act 1 scene 1 quotes
After logging in you can close it and return to this page. Act I, scene i. QuotesAct I, scene i. Methinks he [the Boatswain] hath no drowning mark upon him. Act 1, Scene 2 (Miranda) 'I might call him/ A thing divine, for nothing natural/ I ever saw so noble' and 'This/ is the third man that e'er I … Violence in the act. ', Act 1, Scene 2 (Prospero- description of Sycorax) 'Thy damn'd witch...' and 'The bley-eyed hag...', 'Thy damn'd witch Sycorax' and 'This blue-eyed hag was hither brought with child and here was left by th' sailors', Act 1, Scene 2 (Prospero) Caliban animal imagery 'Save for the son that...', 'Save for the son that she did litter here', Act 1, Scene 2 (Prospero describing himself), Act 1, Scene 1 (Gonzalo- Divine Right of Kings) 'The king and prince at prayers, let's assist them...', 'The king and prince at prayers, let's assist them, for our case is as theirs', Act 1, Scene 2- Prospero (Caliban is a black character) 'As thick as honeycomb...', 'As thick as honeycomb, each pinch more stinging than the bees that made 'em', Prospero (reference to St Luke) 'No, not so much perdition as an hair...', 'No, not so much perdition as an hair betid to any creature in the vessel', Gonzalo- reference to the brutal treatment of criminals at the time. ', Act 1, Scene 2 (Prospero- cruel treatment of Caliban) 'A freckled whelp...', 'A freckled whelp, hag-born- not honour'd with a shape', Act 1, Scene 2 (Prospero threatening Ariel) '....and page thee in his knotty entrails till...', '...thou hast howl'd away twelve winters', Act 1, Scene 2 (Ariel respecting Prospero) 'I will be correspondent to command...', 'I will be correspondant to command/ And do my spiriting gently', Act 1, Scene 2 (Miranda- shows her sexual awareness) 'Tis a villain sir...', 'Tis a villain, sir, I do not want to look upon', Act 1, Scene 2 (Caliban's resistance) 'This island's mine...', 'This island's mine by Sycorax my mother, which thou tak'st from me', Act 1, Scene 2 (Prospero- Caliban raped Miranda) 'In mine own cell, till thou...', '...In mine own cell, till thou didst seek to violate the honour of my child', Act 1, Scene 2 (Caliban- using his education to his advantage) 'You taught me language...', 'You taught me language, and my profit on't/ Is know how to curse. – William Shakespeare, "The Tempest", Act 1 scene 1 Rate it: Share your thoughts on William Shakespeare, "The Tempest", Act 1 scene 1's quotes with the community: ', Act 1, Scene 1 (Boatswain- Divine Right of Kings) 'What cares these roares...', 'What cares these roares for the name of a King...', Act 1, Scene 2 (Prospero- unnatural imagery) 'The ivy...', 'The ivy which had hid my princely trunk...and suck'd my verdure out on't', Act 1, Scene 2 (Prospero- describing Antonio) 'that a brother should/...', 'that a brother should/ Be so perfidious', Act 1, Scene 2 (Prospero- Antonio taking control), 'I thus neglecting worldly ends, all dedicated/ To closeness and the battering of my mind' / 'Me, poor man, my library/ Was dukedom large enough', Act 1, Scene 2 (Prospero- Antonio's actions), 'he did believe/ He was indeed the duke, out o'th'substitution/ And executing th' outward face of royalty/ With all prerogative', Act 1, Scene 2 (Prospero- treatment of Ariel) 'My brave spirit...', 'My brave spirit' 'Thou liest, malignant thing! 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