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... answering to Shakspeare's Prospero , was a chemical necromancer , who had bound a spirit like Ariel to obey his call , and perform his services .
The name Ariel came from the Talmudistick mysteries with which the learned Jews had infected this science . T. WARTON . Mr. Theobald tells us that The ...
... while he confines Alonso , and those who had landed with him , in a lime - grove near his cell , under the charge of one of his spirits named Ariel .
... agency of Ariel and the other ministering spirits introduced in The Tempest ; yet , necromancy had been employed on the stage before our author's time .
... characters in this play are , Alonso , Sebastian , Prospero , Antonio , Ferdinand , Gonzalo , Adrian , Francisco , Caliban , Miranda , and Ariel .
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