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I always found Prospero s masue at the end of The Tempest difficult Back in the late sixties I was too inexperienced to sense how it was a mockery of itself and studying for A level it was just not an option to see the play performed on any stage or in any film So it was that the masue never lived for me on the page The peerless Arden could have lightened up Just over half way through the plot it is real fun to look behind the scenes where Cupid has been trying to get the lovers to indulge in pre marital intercourse Cupid has now run off cutting the clouds towards Paphos The light hearted references to agriculture tie the borderlands of Scotland to Cinue Port marshes of the South In the way that Penny Lane by The Beatles is wistful the masue is also funI must blame Arden 2 because that masue seemed to be the final straw or stover Stover is that female tennis player of a word used by Ceres when she is summoning a rainbow to that short grassed green that Miranda s father has prepared with Ariel for his masue to mark the covenants of his daughter and her beloved And flat meads thatch d with stover is footnoted in the Arden 3 as meadows covered with growth of fodder for sheep Stover is any kind of grass that is stored to make fodder The Arden 2 says winter food for sheep This is not helpful comment How can a field be thatched There should be the clarification that only when cut and left to dry may the field be described as thatched Arden might have added perhaps a long note to the fact that even today in some places depending on geography region climate and culture hay is still gathered loose and stacked into stooks without being baled first Thatched means arranged in such a manner that the hay itself sheds water when it falls as rain much as a garden shed doesWhen Iris the rainbow is summoning Ceres she asks Ceres to leave her wheat and oat crops and the rye and barley The turfy mountains bring to mind the hills of Scotland and The North where live nibbling sheep The Arden 3 struggles to shed real light onto the words pioned and twilled brims It admits that this is a long debated phrase Anyone familiar today with the lowlands of Romney Marsh will have seen that the reeds all along the drainage dykes are pulled back these days with mechanical diggers In Shakespeare s time the drainage channels also needed to be freed of reeds and obstruction from time to time This is done in autumn after the reeds and sedges are done The growth is uprooted and pulled back to clear the channel In spring this provides good soil for plants to grow The flowers that grow in spring to garnish that unsightly mud include arrowhead and starry flowers which could in the same way be woven into chaste crowns for nymphs and lovers and childrenThe Arden 3 is particularly obtuse when it deals with the words that describe a particularly Scottish plant the broom Iris beckons Ceres to leave thy broomgroves Whose shadow the dismissed bachelor loves Being lass lorn Here is Arden 3 Broomgroves areas of terrain covered with yellow flowered shrubs Although editors have debated whether broom which Gerard defines as a bush or shrubbie plant Gerard 1130 can be described as growing in a grove which usually consists of trees var2012 we agree with Orgel that the passage should be taken as Shakespeare s invention Orgel also notes that broom figures significantly in magic spells designed to ensure the success of love affairs which explains why the dismissed bachelor loves it Oxf 174 Child s reference work The Scottish and English Ballads lists a song 217 that is relevant to the study of The Tempest You can read the original published pages on Archiveorg The song is called Broom of the Cowdenknows When Iris the wife of Juno materialises as a rainbow for Prospero in the masue played out as the last hurrah of the Magus before he drowns his book Iris the messenger from the ueen o th sky calls upon Ceres to leave her crops and cereals and the pastures she calls home The call to leave in The Tempest is a little difficult to follow at first The call simplified reads Ceres leave your cereal fields leave your sheep your hay stacked fields leave your dykes whose banks of drawn up reeds and mud will soon in rainy April be laced with flowers that nymphs and shepherds will use in much the same way to make chaste crowns for themselves Iris also asks Ceres to leave thy broomgroves Whose shadow the dismissed bachelor loves The Daily Mail late in 2016 reported that Cowdenknowes mansion in Earlston Berwickshire a medieval estate that once sheltered Mary ueen of Scots has had 450000 slashed from its original 2million asking price When I studied this play for the London GCE back in 1969 using the Arden 2 the reference to broomgroves joined the fleet of sinking phrases I tried to keep afloat in my memory for the exam It was only years later in Stratford s New Place Garden that I saw the words as it were for the first time The line was taken out of context engraved on a plate with the words BROOM Cytisus scoparius Why was it I asked myself that the groves of broom were loved by the dismiss d bachelor Was he moping under the arches of the yellow broom as I have done myself as a boy under the bracken or the gorseChild s reference work The Scottish and English Ballads offers an exhaustive collection of songs that refer to the broom of the Cowdenknows You can hear Ewan MacColl singing one of them on YouTubeHowever and I uote from ChildThere is an English ditty not a traditional ballad of a northern lass who got harm while milking her father s ewes which was printed in the first half of the seventeenth century It is here given in an appendixThis ditty is to a pleasant Scotch tune called The broom of Cowden Knowes and the burden is With O the broome the bonny broomeThe broome of Cowden Knowes Fain would I be in the North CountreyTo milk my dadyes ewesThe tune was remarkably popular and the burden is found variously modified in connection with several songs Burton in the fifth edition of his Anatomy of Melancholy Oxford 1638 p 636 says The very rusticks and hog rubbers have their ballads country tunes the broome the bonny bonny broome etc Chappell This remark is not found in the fourth edition Oxford 1632 p 544This song or English ditty was widely known Burton s reference in 1638 seems to be the earliest The Tempest if we are to believe the dating experts was written in 1610 the last of Shakespeare s plays written in the reign of the Scottish James 1 Ceres is asked to leave the broomgroves of the Scottish Border country to come down here on this grass plot It is my contention that this song provides all the explanation necessary It is a beautiful song the version of it sung by a dismissed bachelor can be heard by North Sea Gas and others on YouTube He is longing for the Scotch broom that grew in abundance around the castle of Cowdenknowes where in 1566 Mary ueen of Scots famously stayed some years before being beheaded If James 1 ever saw the 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