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However, further into the play, Prospero allows Ferdinand and Miranda to interact, and seeing their desire for one another he allows them to marry.


Why is there no comma after the subordinate clause and before the beginning of the main clause (seeing their desire for one another) ?

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jayprakash SinghWhy is there no comma after the subordinate clause and before the beginning of the main clause (seeing their desire for one another) ?

I would have used one. It is a judgment call whether the introductory phrase has enough weight to merit the comma. He used one after "further into the play", so he should have used this one for consistency.