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How to use Prospero in a sentence
Contrary to Prospero’s view, palaces, temples, and cloud-capped towers can achieve resilience—because they are products of civilization.
Prospero’s gloomy conclusion is partial and profoundly misguided.
Those very words in Prospero’s speech are an example of our literary heritage, and they have survived—together with countless other wondrous outputs of human intellectual activity.
If we take these other facts into consideration, we see that Prospero’s pessimistic tone and conclusion are misplaced.
The most important element that Prospero’s speech neglects is that even under no-design laws, resilience can be achieved.
The close of the overture should describe how Prospero renounces his spells, blesses the lovers, and returns to his country.
In the introduction I picture it to myself as calm, until Prospero works his spell and the storm begins.
Her conversation with Prospero, and immediately afterwards with Ferdinand, who fascinates her, and with whom she falls in love.
He is introduced under the name of Prospero in Dibdin's Bibliomania.English Book Collectors|William Younger Fletcher
Miranda having been awakened, was invited by Prospero to visit his slave Caliban, son of Sycorax, then dead.The Mysteries of All Nations|James Grant