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THE MAGIC WAND

A long time ago a very wise and good man was driven from his home by his enemies and, with his tiny daughter, went to live upon an island in the midst of the sea. The island was full of magic, and as this man had studied the magic art, he was able to get along very comfortably by the aid of some of the mysterious dwellers in his new home. One of these was a spirit of earth, named Caliban, not a very handsome fellow, and sullen and ignorant, willing to work only because of his fear of punishment. Another was a spirit of air, Ariel by name, lovely and graceful, always singing, able to do the most marvelous things at the command of his master.
The whole story of Prospero, for this was the magician's name, and his adventures in the island, you will find in a dramaa called The Tempest, which was written by William Shakespeare more than three hundred years ago. In this drama we are told that Prospero worked his wonders by means of a magic wand, which all the spirits of the island were compelled to obey. One day when his daughter Miranda had grown into a beautiful young woman, Prospero took his wand and raised a fairy storm which wrecked, on the shores of his island, a ship containing some of his old enemies, men who had wronged him many years

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