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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Clouds gather over me The moon conceals her light The lamp is quench'dVapours are rising - Quiv'ring round my head Flash the red beams - Downfrom the vaulted roof A shuddering horror floats, And seizes me! I feel it,spirit, prayer - compell'd, 'tis thou Art hovering near! Unveil thyself! Ha! Howmy heart is riven now! Each sense, with eager palpitation, Is strain'd to catchsome new sensation! I feel my heart surrender'd unto thee! Thou must! Thoumust! Though life should be the fee!
2.  These fellows would not scent the devil out, E'en though he had them by thevery throat!
3.  This then the kernel of the brute! A traveling scholar? Why I needs mustsmile.
4.  Faust
5.  They say That two she feedeth when she eats and drinks.Margaret
6.  Dearest of men! I love thee from my heart!


1.  Almighty God! I am undone!
2.  And clust'ring grapes too, close at hand!
3.  Mephistopheles
4.  Faust (gazing round)
5.  What aileth thee? what chafes thee now so sore? A face like that I never sawbefore!
6.  Frosch


1.  And tempests roar in emulation From sea to land, from land to sea, Andraging form, without cessation, A chain of wondrous agency, Full in thethunder's path careering, Flaring the swift destructions play; But, Lord, Thyservants are revering The mild procession of thy day.The Three
2.  Aloft to you we would mount with glee! We wash, and free from all stain arewe, Yet barren evermore must be!
3.  Mephistopheles
4.  'Tis well, I hope that we shall soon agree! For now your fancies to expel,Here, as a youth of high degree, I come in gold - lac'd scarlet vest, And stiff -silk mantle richly dress'd, A cock's gay feather for a plume, A long andpointed rapier, too; And briefly I would counsel you To don at once the samecostume, And, free from trammels, speed away, That what life is you mayessay.
5.   It need hardly be said that Goethe's "Faust" does not derive its greatness fromits conformity to the traditional standards of what a tragedy should be. Hehimself was accustomed to refer to it cynically as a monstrosity, and yet heput himself into it as intensely as Dante put himself into "The Divine Comedy."A partial explanation of this apparent contradiction in the author's attitude is tobe found in what has been said of its manner of composition. Goethe began itin his romantic youth, and availed himself recklessly of the supernaturalelements in the legend, with the disregard of reason and plausibilitycharacteristic of the romantic mood. When he returned to it in the beginning ofthe new century his artistic standards has changed, and the supernaturalismcould now be tolerated only by being made symbolic. Thus he makes thecareer of Faust as a whole emblematic of the triumph of the persistent strivingfor the ideal over the temptation to find complete satisfaction in the sense, andprepares the reader for this interpretation by prefixing the "Prologue inHeaven." The elaboration of this symbolic element is responsible for suchscenes as the Walpurgis - Night and the Intermezzo scenes full of power andinfinitely suggestive, but destructive of the unity of the play as a tragedy ofhuman life. Yet there remains in this First Part even in its final form much thatis realistic in the best sense, the carousal in Auerbach's cellar, the portrait ofMartha, the Easter - morning walk, the character and fate of Margaret. It issuch elements as these that have appealed to the larger reading public and thathave naturally been emphasized by performance on the stage, and by virtue ofthese alone "Faust" may rank as a great drama; but it is the result of Goethe'sbroodings on the mystery of human life, shadowed forth in the symbolic partsand elaborated with still greater complexity and still more far - reachingsuggestiveness - and, it must be added, with deepening obscurity - in theSecond Part, that have given the work its place with "Job," with the"Prometheus Bound," with "The Divine Comedy," and with "Hamlet."The Tragedy Of Faust - Dedication
6.  Mephistopheles


1.  Must we?
2.  He serves thee truly in a wondrous fashion. Poor fool! His food and drink arenot of earth. An inward impulse hurries him afar, Himself half conscious of hisfrenzied mood; From heaven claimeth he the fairest star, And from the earthcraves every highest good, And all that's near, and all that's far, Fails to allaythe tumult in his blood.
3.  What means the knave! For this you'll dearly pay! Us, it appears, you do notknow.
4、  The Monkeys
5、  Mephistopheles




  • 宁晓华 08-06


  • 李东已 08-06

      Your doting love - sick fool, with ease, Merely his lady - love to please, Sun,moon, and stars in sport would puff away.

  • 圣圭 08-06


  • 霍维斯 08-06

      What hum melodious, what clear silvery chime Thus draws the goblet frommy lips away? Ye deep - ton'd bells, do ye with voice sublime, Announce thesolemn dawn of Easter - day? Sweet choir! are ye the hymn of comfortsinging, Which one around the darkness of the grave, From seraph - voices,in glad triumph ringing, Of a new covenant assurance gave?Chorus of Women

  • 顾而已 08-05

    {  Fetch me a gimlet here!

  • 巴姆 08-04


  • 关贵荣 08-04

      How stoutly once I could inveigh, If a poor maiden went astray; Not wordsenough my tongue could find, 'Gainst others' sin to speak my mind! Black as itseemed, I blacken'd it still more, And strove to make it blacker than before.And did myself securely bless Now my own trespass doth appear! Yet ah! -what urg'd me to transgress, God knows, it was so sweet, so dear!Zwinger

  • 李珏 08-04

      Presents so soon! 'tis well! success is sure! Full many a goodly place I know,And treasures buried long ago; I must a bit o'erlook them now.(Exit.)

  • 胡莹 08-03

       'Tis time to part.

  • 罗云 08-01

    {  Margaret

  • 何清秋 08-01