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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Gulp it down! No hesitation! It will prove A cordial, and your heart inspire!What! with the devil hand and glove, And yet shrink back afraid of fire? (TheWitch dissolves the circle. Faust steps out.)
2.  Mephistopheles
3.  (Mephistopheles knocks.)
4.  Gossip! For wares like these the time's gone by, What's done is past! what'spast is done! With novelties your booth supply; Us novelties attract alone.Faust
5.  It seems your dame is not a home?
6.  To see me thou dost breathe thine invocation, My voice to hear, to gaze uponmy brow; Me doth thy strong entreaty bow Lo! I am here! - What coweringagitation Grasps thee, the demigod! Where's now the soul's deep cry? Whereis the breast, which in its depths a world conceiv'd And bore and cherished?which, with ecstacy, To rank itself with us, the spirits, heaved? Where artthou, Faust? whose voice I heard resound, Who towards me press'd withenergy profound? Art thou he? Thou, - who by my breath art blighted, Who,in his spirit's depths affrighted, Trembles, a crush'd and writhing worm!Faust


1.  (laughing immoderately)
2.  Thine aspect to the powers supernal Gives strength, though fathom thee nonemay; And all they works, sublime, eternal, Are fair as on the primal day.Mephistopheles
3.  Time, my good friend, will all that's needful give; Be only self - possessed, andthou hast learn'd to live.
4.  E'en hell hath its peculiar laws, I see! I'm glad of that! a pact may then bemade, The which you gentlemen will surely keep?Mephistopheles
5.  Mephistopheles
6.  Mephistopheles


1.  No, Lord! I find things there, as ever, in sad plight. Men, in their evil days,move my compassion; Such sorry things to plague is nothing worth.The Lord
2.  (With a gesture.)
3.  With clever finger catch and kill!
4.  We will consider what you say, And talk about it more anon! For this timehave I leave to go?
5.   Margaret
6.  Pardon! I heard you here declaim; A Grecian tragedy you doubtless read?Improvement in this art is now my aim, For now - a - days it much avails.Indeed An actor, oft I've heard it said, as teacher, May give instruction to apreacher.


1.  Altmayer
2.  Hail precious phial! Thee, with reverent awe, Down from thine old receptacleI draw! Science in thee I hail and human art. Essence of deadliest powers,refin'd and sure, Of soothing anodynes abstraction pure, Now in thy master'sneed thy grace impart! I gaze on thee, my pain is lull'd to rest; I grasp thee,calm'd the tumult in my breast; The flood - tide of my spirit ebbs away;Onward I'm summon'd o'er a boundless main, Calm at my feet expands theglassy plain, To shores unknown allures a brighter day.Lo, where a car of fire, on airy pinion, Comes floating towards me! I'mprepar'd to fly By a new track through ether's wide dominion, To distantspheres of pure activity. This life intense, this godlike ecstasy Worm that thouart such rapture canst thou earn? Only resolve with courage stern and high,Thy visage from the radiant sun to turn! Dare with determin'd will to burst theportals Past which in terror others fain would steal! Now is the time, throughdeeds, to show that mortals The calm sublimity of gods can feel; To shuddernot at yonder dark abyss, Where phantasy creates her own self - torturingbrood, Right onward to the yawning gulf to press, Around whose narrowjaws rolleth hell's fiery flood; With glad resolve to take the fatal leap, Thoughdanger threaten thee, to sink in endless sleep! Pure crystal goblet! forth Idraw thee now, From out thine antiquated case, where thou Forgotten hastreposed for many a year! Oft at my father's revels thou didst shine, To gladthe earnest guests was thine, As each to other passed the generous cheer. Thegorgeous brede of figures, quaintly wrought, Which he who quaff'd must firstin rhyme expound, Then drain the goblet at one draught profound, Hath nightsof boyhood to fond memory brought. I to my neighbour shall not reach theenow, Nor on thy rich device shall I my cunning show. Here is a juice, makesdrunk without delay; Its dark brown flood thy crystal round doth fill; Let thislast draught, the product of my skill, My own free choice, be quaff'd withresolute will, A solemn festive greeting, to the coming day!(He places the goblet to his mouth.)
3.  Mephistopheles
4、  Martha
5、  The modest truth I speak to thee. Though folly's microcosm, man, it seems,Himself to be a perfect whole esteems: Part of the part am I, which at the firstwas all, A part of darkness, which gave birth to light, Proud light, who nowhis mother would enthrall, Contesting space and ancient rank with night. Yethe succeedeth not, for struggle as he will, To forms material he adhereth still;From them he streameth, them he maketh fair, And still the progress of hisbeams they check; And so, I trust, when comes the final wreck, Light will, erelong, the doom of matter share.




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  • 王金富 08-07

      The world behold; Unceasingly roll'd, It riseth and falleth ever; It ringeth likeglass! How brittle, alas! 'Tis hollow, and resteth never. How bright the sphere,Still brighter here! Now living am I! Dear son, beware! Nor venture there!Thou too must die! It is of clay; 'Twill crumble away; There fragments lie.Mephistopheles

  • 李作鹏 08-07


  • 萨韦洛夫 08-07

      Why choose ye that direction, pray?

  • 王桐亮 08-06

    {  Usage or not, it happens so.

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  • 李振辉 08-05

      Ah, if I slept alone! To - night The bolt I fain would leave undrawn for thee;But then my mother's sleep is light, Were we surprised by her, ah me! Uponthe spot I should be dead.

  • 章鲁生 08-04

       Brother! what agonizing pain!

  • 黄建新 08-02

    {  Oberon

  • 谭贵强 08-02