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Ariel's patience is further demonstrated when he performs the remaining tasks for Prospero with exceptional quality and without cursing or grudges. Among these duties include spying, creating music and illusions, and misleading Caliban, Stephano, and Trinculo "?through / Toothed briers, sharp furzes, prickling goss, and thorns?" (IV,i,179-180)...
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Upon completion of his tasks, Ariel was able to develop a powerful trust with Prospero as well as a feeling of friendship. Because of their developed relationship, Prospero was true to his word and Ariel was granted his freedom. Ultimately, Ariel's willingness to remain patient developed a sense of trust with Prospero and he experienced change because he was finally free...
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