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THE MAGIC WAND

before. On this ship were also other travelers, a wise old counselor, a" handsome young prince, some wicked sailors, and the like.
That day saw many wonders. Ariel arranged a fairy banquet for some of the men from the wrecked vessel, and then caused it to disappear just as they were ready to eat. Caliban, the ignorant spirit of earth, thought some of the wicked sailors were gods, and plotted with them to overthrow his master, Prospero. The good-looking young prince came upon Miranda, and thought her the loveliest creature he had ever seen. Prospero set him to work, cutting wood, and Miranda wished to help him, for she thought it cruel of her father to make such a handsome young fellow work so hard. But they did more talking than woodcutting, and to such purpose that they soon found that they were very much in love with each other. So the day passed, a day on which the mysterious island held more human inhabitants than it had ever known before: Ariel was playing tricks on the travelers, bringing them to see how wicked they had been in the past; Caliban was plotting his master's ruin; the young lovers were happy; Prospero was watching what all these people were doing and was getting ready to make himself known to his former enemies.
To make the lovers happy, Prospero commanded Ariel to prepare an entertainment in their honor. Various spirits came to promise them prosperity and long life. When the splendid spectacle was over, Prospero made himself known to his enemies, forgave them, set Ariel free, and broke the magic wand by which he had performed all his marvelous deeds.

The MAGIC WAND gave Prospero power over a world of which ordinary men are not aware. His own strength was multiplied because he could call upon powerful spirits of air and water, fire and earth, for aid. His knowledge, instead of being limited to the things which he could learn by experience, was multiplied because he could draw upon all the wisdom of a world unknown to ordinary men. His pleasures were multi

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