No more amazement: tell your piteous heart
There’s no harm done.
– William Shakespeare
The Tempest, Act 1, Scene 2. After the violent tempest , Prospero tells Miranda to calm down and promises her that no harm has been done. While this is true in the sense that nobody died, there was harm done in that the people who were shipwrecked were traumatized and separated from one another. He is certainly not the empathetic and compassionate person that his daughter is.