The Tempest-Act 4

Miranda’s role in Prospero’s life “A third of mine own life”
Prospero’s warning to Ferdinand “If thou break her virgin knot before all sanctimonious ceremonies…shall bestrew the union of your bed with weeds”
Ariel desperate for love “Do you love me master? No?”
Prospero’s soliloquy on the masque being a spectacle “We are such stuff as dreams are made on and our little life is rounded with a sleep”
Caliban nature vs nurture “A devil, a born devil, on whose nature nurture can never stick”
Prospero’s plan coming together “At this hour lies at my mercy all mine enemies”