2 Microstruttura I, 2 La scena è divisibile in 4 momenti ben distinti 1) Il racconto di Prospero a Miranda (vv 1-188)Importanza dei concetti di memoria e ricordo, vv. 38; 44; 46; 51.2) Dialogo tra Prospero e Ariel (vv )Altri eventi del passato vengono rivelati, questa volta relativa al periodo successivo all’arrivo di Prospero e Miranda sull’isola.3) Colloquio tra Prospero, Miranda e Caliban (vv )Altri eventi del passato, e natura del rapporto “padrone-schiavo”4) Songs di Ariel per incantare Ferdinand (vv ) e successivo incontro tra Ferdinand e Miranda (vv )Temi della memoria, dell’oblio e della morteTema del Sea-ChangeAmore tra i due giovani, come parte del piano di Prospero poi però gli sfuggirà dalle mani
3 The Tempest I, 1 – La tempesta George RomneyThe Tempest(c.1790)[Engraving from Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery. The original, x inches, is now owned by the Bolton Art Gallery]
4 [Philadelphia Museum of Art] La “Miranda” di RomneyGeorge RomneyEmma Hart as Miranda( )oil on canvas,14 x 15.5 inches[Philadelphia Museum of Art]
5 'Oh the cry did knock against my very heart‘ Goodall, Frederick'Oh the cry did knock against my very heart‘(Exhibited in 1888)MirandaSir Frank Dicksee - Miranda (1878)
6 Watching the tempest John William Waterhouse Miranda (1916) Miranda watching the shipwreckJohn William WaterhouseMiranda (1875)
7 Caliban nel XVIII secolo A detail from William Hogarth's painting Scene from Shakespeare's The Tempest, depicting Caliban carrying a load of wood
8 Herbert Beerbhom-Tree (17 December 1852 – 2 July 1917) Herbert Beerbohm Tree wore fur and seaweed to pay Caliban, with waist-length hair and apelike bearing, suggestive of a primitive part-animal part-human stage of evolution.This "missing-link" portrayal of Caliban became the norm in productions until Roger Livesey, in 1934, was the first actor to play the role with black makeup.
9 Sir Frank Benson ( )1900.F. R. Benson played Caliban in The Tempestfrom April 5 to April 28(23 performances)at the Lyceum Theatre (London).Mrs. Benson played Miranda, Frank Rodney played Ferdinand,and Alfred Brydone took the part of Prospero.Kitty Loftis played Ariel (Wearing, , I, 17)
10 designed by Loudon Sainthill. The Tempest, I, 2(Michael Benthall, 1952)designed by Loudon Sainthill.Prospero (Ralph Richardson, left) and Miranda (Zena Walker, second left) quarreling with an indignant Caliban (Michael Hordern, right).
11 The Tempest, I, 2 (Michael Benthall, 1952) designed byLoudon SainthillCaliban(Michael Hordern)
12 The Tempest, I,2(Peter Brook, 1957)Caliban(Alec Clunes, left)cowering beforeProspero(John Gielgud)
13 (Ron Daniels, 1982; designed by Maria Bjornson) Caliban (Bob Peck). The Tempest, I,2(Ron Daniels, 1982; designed by Maria Bjornson) Caliban (Bob Peck).
14 The Tempest, I,2 (Nicholas Hytner, 1988) designed by David Fielding) Prospero (John Wood, left) and Caliban (John Kane, right)
15 (Sam Mendes, 1993; designed by Anthony Ward). The Tempest, I, 2(Sam Mendes, 1993; designed by Anthony Ward).Miranda (Sarah Woodward, centre) reminding Caliban (David Troughton, right) that he attacked her.Prospero (Alec McCowen, left) looks on.
16 (Sam Mendes, 1993; designed by Anthony Ward). The Tempest, I, 2(Sam Mendes, 1993; designed by Anthony Ward).Prospero (Alec McCowen, left) promising to punish the insubordinate Caliban (David Troughton, right).
17 Geff Francis as Caliban in rehearsal. The Tempest, I, 2(Michael Boyd, 2002)designed byTom Piper.Geff Francis as Caliban in rehearsal.
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