The Tempest

During Prospero's story, he is constantly checking to see that Miranda is paying attention (lines 95, 105, 125)

These interruptions might reveal a kind of nervous testiness; if so, why does Prospero feel so nervous?

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I think Prospero is nervous about Miranda's curiosity with the visitors. Prospero knows his daughter has no experience with men and a father can see what's coming!