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How Does Prospero Take My Daughter

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Letting someone go is one of the toughest things to do, especially if she is your daughter. In this passage ,“Then , as my gift and thine own acquisition worthily purchased, take my daughter,” Prospero is giving Ferdinand his blessing to take Miranda as a gift that he has earned from showing his loyalty and love to not only Prospero, but Miranda as well. Once Prospero told Ferdinand, he accepts happily, however Prospero has one rule, to make sure that Miranda will stay a virgin until marriage. With Ferdinand madly in love, he will respect Prospero wishes. At first, seemed to Ferdinand that he was doing all of this work for nothing, but the direct irony was that we the audience already knew why he was doing all of the work, to prove to Prospero
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