Part of Prospero's "project" is to bring Miranda and Ferdinand together. At this point is Prospero's anger genuine or feigned? Explain why?

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Since you talk about Prospero's plan to bring Miranda and Ferdinand together, I assume you are talking about the part late in Act I Scene 2 where Prospero is acting as if he does not trust Ferdinand.  He accuses Ferdinand of coming to the island to steal it from Prospero.  This is the part where Prospero says

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