Titles from THE TEMPEST





THE TEMPEST
Tempest
Paul Falconer Poole: A Scene from The Tempest



(Allusion to characters in the play.)




Gielgud as Prospero
John Gielgud as Prospero







Ariel
Henry Fuseli: Ariel







Miranda
George Romney: Miranda







Caliban
John Mortimer: Caliban
  • R. C. Woodthrope: Prospero Drill
  • Jan Siegel: Prospero's Children
  • Edward Everett Hale: Prospero's Island
  • Lawrence Durrell: Prospero's Cell: A Guide to the Landscape and Manners of the Island of Corcyra
  • Joanna O'Connell: Prospero's Daughter: The Prose of Rosario Castellanos
  • Diana Farr Louis & June Marinos: Prospero's Kitchen: Mediterranean Cooking of the Ionian Islands from Corfu to Kythera
  • Michael Degen: Prospero's Magic: Active Learning Strategies for the Teaching of Literature
  • Philip Mason: Prospero's Magic: Some Thoughts on Class and Race
  • Ilan Stavans, ed.: Prospero's Mirror: A Translator's Portfolio of Latin American Short Fiction
  • Charles Marowitz: Prospero's Staff: Acting and Directing in the Contemporary Theatre
  • Myles Eckersley: Prospero's Wireless: A Biography of Peter Pendleton Eckersley
  • D. G. Bridson: Prospero and Ariel: The Rise and Fall of Radio
  • Octave Mannoni: Prospero and Caliban: The Psychology of Colonization
  • Sylvia Plath: Ariel
  • Lawrence Block: Ariel: A Novel
  • Bradford Morrow: Ariel's Crossing
  • William Whiteman Fosdick: Ariel, and Other Poems
  • Wilbur Morris Stine: Ariel: and Other Writings
  • Lincoln Hulley: Ariel and Cinderella: A Comedy in Five Acts
  • Paul Alexander, ed.: Ariel Ascending: Writings about Sylvia Plath
  • Robert Carver, ed: Ariel at Bay: Reflections on Broadcasting and the Arts: A Festschrift for Philip French
  • Frank Lentricchia: Ariel and the Police: Michel Foucault, William James, Wallace Stevens
  • Peter Singer: Ariel and Caliban: Selected Poems
  • Christopher Pearse Cranch: Ariel and Caliban, with Other Poems
  • Robert Devereaux: Caliban and Other Tales
  • Nigel A. Sellars: The Confessions of Caliban and Other Stories
  • Pierre Seguin: Caliban: Roman
  • John Whalen: Caliban: Poems
  • Richard H. Williams: Calibans
  • Phyllis Gotlieb: O Master Caliban: A Novel
  • Ellen Fitzgerald: Lord Caliban
  • Jane Donnelly: Dear Caliban
  • Lemuel Johnson: Highlife for Caliban
  • John Ginger: Caliban on Thursday
  • Paulette Warren: Caliban's Castle
  • Anthony Bogues: Caliban's Freedom
  • Tad Williams: Caliban's Hour
  • Walter McDonald: Caliban in Blue
  • Monk Rose: The Daughters of Caliban
  • Roger MacBride Allen: Isaac Asimov's Caliban
  • Steven Popkes: Isaac Asimov Presents: Caliban Landing
  • Silvia Federici: Caliban and the Witch Women, the Body, and Primitive Accumulation
  • Max Dorsinville: Caliban without Prospero: Essay on Quebec and Black Literature
  • Consuelo Lopez Springfield, ed.: Daughters of Caliban: Caribbean Women in the Twentieth Century
  • Margaret Paul Joseph: Caliban in Exile: The Outsider in Caribbean Fiction
  • M. J. Renwick: Sister of Caliban: Contemporary Women Poets of the Caribbean: A Multilingual Anthology
  • Paget Henry: Caliban's Reason: Introducing Afro-Caribbean Philosophy
  • James W. Coleman: Black Male Fiction and the Legacy of Caliban
  • Dale Peterson & Jane Goodall: Visions of Caliban: On Chimpanzees and People
  • Wilfred Howard Mellers: Caliban Reborn: Renewal in Twentieth-Century Music
  • John Robert Boly: Reading Auden: The Returns of Caliban
  • Frances Borzello: Civilizing Caliban: The Misuse of Art, 1875-1980
  • Mulk Raj Anand: Caliban and Gandhi: Letters to "Bapu" from Bombay
  • Supriya Nair: Caliban's Curse: George Lamming and the Revisioning of History
  • What see'st thou else
    In the dark backward and abysm of time? (I,ii)
  • H. W. Nevinson: In the Dark Backward
  • Full fathom five thy father lies;
    Of his bones are coral made;
    Those are pearls that were his eyes:
    Nothing of him that doth fade
    But doth suffer a sea-change
    Into something rich and strange. (I,ii)







    Ashore
    James Henry Nixon: The Tempest










    Yellow Sands
    Richard Dadd: Come unto These Yellow Sands
  • Mary Albertus Bain: Full Fathom Five
  • Helen Benjamin: Full Fathom Five
  • John S. Carter: Full Fathom Five
  • Hugh Davies: Full Fathom Five
  • Bart Davis: Full Fathom Five
  • Lew Dietz: Full Fathom Five
  • G. V. Galwey: Full Fathom Five
  • Ahmad Kamal: Full Fathom Five
  • J. E. MacDonnell: Full Fathom Five
  • John Wingate: Full Fathom Five
  • Colin Martin: Full Fathom Five: Wrecks of the Spanish Armada
  • Celeste De Blasis: Suffer a Sea Change
  • Caroline Brooks: A Sea Change
  • Nigel Dennis: A Sea Change
  • Lois Gould: A Sea Change
  • Lynda Ward: A Sea Change
  • Peter Burchard: Sea Change
  • E. H. Clements: Sea Change
  • Eleanor Kelly: Sea Change
  • Flora Louise Lugard: Sea Change
  • Charles LLoyd-Jones: Sea Change
  • Philip Loraine: Sea-Change
  • Alison McLeay: Sea Change
  • Dorothy Pitkin: Sea Change
  • Barbara H. Watters: Sea Change
  • Kathryn Worth: Sea Change
  • James Powlick: Sea Change
  • Elizabeth Howard: The Sea Change
  • Christopher Howell: Sea Change: Poems
  • Regenald Byron: Sea Change: A Shetland Society, 1970-1979
  • James C. Ableggen: Sea Change: Pacific Asia as the New World Industrial Center
  • Sylvia A. Earle: Sea Change: A Message of the Oceans
  • Betty Gilderdale: A Sea Change: 145 Years of New Zealand Junior Fiction
  • Peter Nichols: Sea Change: Alone Across the Atlantic in a Wooden Boat
  • Keith Speed: Sea Change: The Battle for the Falklands and the Future of Britain's Navy
  • Ralph E. West, Jr.: Sea Change: An Anthology of Short Stories
  • Henry Stuart Hughes: The Sea Change: The Migration of Social Thought, 1930-1965
  • Cynthia Propper Seton: The Sea Change of Angela Lewes
  • J. Duncan: The Sea-Change of the Old Testament in the New
  • Rumer Godden: Coromandel Sea Change: A Novel
  • I might call him
    A thing divine, for nothing natural
    I ever saw so noble. (I,ii)
  • Jenny Diski: Nothing Natural
  • Misery acquaints a man with strange bedfellows. (II,ii)
  • Andrew Soutar: Strange Bedfellows
  • This is the tune of our catch play'd by the picture of Nobody. (III,ii)
  • Philip Owens: Picture of Nobody
  • We are such stuff
    As dreams are made on, and our little life
    Is rounded with a sleep. (IV,i)
  • David Pace: As Dreams Are Made On
  • Robert Bloch: Such Stuff As Screams Are Made Of
  • Thomas M. Disch: The Dreams Our Stuff Is Made Of: How Science Fiction Conquered the World
  • Kathleen O'Brien: Our Little Life
  • Jessie Sime: Our Little Life
  • Andrew Boyd: Our Little Life
  • But this rough magic I here abjure. (V,i)
  • Mary Stewart: This Rough Magic
  • Mercedes Lackey, Eric Flint, Dave Freer: This Rough Magic
  • Miranda: O brave new world,
    That has such people in 't!
    Prospero: 'Tis new to thee. (V,i)
  • Aldous Huxley: Brave New World
  • Where the bee sucks, there suck I. (V,i)
  • Robert Peters: Where the Bee Sucks: Workers, Drones and Queens of Contemprary American Poetry
  • Two of these fellows you
    Must know and own; this thing of darkness I
    Acknowledge mine. (V,i)
  • Norman Elder: This Thing of Darkness: Elder's Amazon Notebooks
  • James Alfred Aho: This Thing of Darkness: A Sociology of the Enemy
  • Now I want
    Spirits to enforce, art to enchant. (Epilogue)
  • Kenneth B. McKay: Puppetry in Canada: An Art To Enchant
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    Last updated 4 September 2005.