CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Mar 7, 2010 - Fathers and daughters - 106 pages
In this tale by William Shakespeare, Prospero--the rightful Duke of Milan--has been usurped and, along with his daughter Miranda, has been exiled on an island for twelve years. During this time, Prospero hones his magic, and eventually creates a storm that brings his enemies to the shore of the island he has come to control...
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Review: The TempestUser Review - Bill Kerwin - Goodreads
Simple yet profound, The Tempest is a heartbreakingly sincere piece of elaborate theatrical artifice. Shakespeare is a magician at the height of his powers, so accomplished at his craft that he can ... Read full review
Review: The TempestUser Review - Fede - Goodreads
I guess that, first of all, I should say that I have a weakness for Shakespeare and everything that concerns him. I do not know why, I just... love everything about him. So I think it's not such a ... Read full review