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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Thou monster, does not see that this Pure soul, possessed by ardent love, Fullof the living faith, To her of bliss The only pledge, must holy anguish prove,Holding the man she loves, fore - doomed to endless death!Mephistopheles
2.  A writing, Pedant! dost demand from me? Man, and man's plighted word, arethese unknown to thee? Is't not enough, that by the word I gave, My doomfor evermore is cast? Doth not the world in all its currents rave, And must apromise hold me fast? Yet fixed is this delusion in our heart; Who, of his ownfree will, therefrom would part? How blest within whose breast truth reignethpure! No sacrifice will he repent when made! A formal deed, with seal andsignature, A spectre this from which all shrink afraid. The word its liferesigneth in the pen, Leather and wax usurp the mastery then. Spirits of evil!what dost thou require? Brass, marble, parchment, paper, dost desire? Shall Iwith chisel, pen, or graver write? Thy choice is free; to me 'tis all the same.Mephistopheles
3.  Margaret (coming out)
4.  I must away.
5.  Then give me back youth's golden prime, When my own spirit too wasgrowing, When from my heart th' unbidden rhyme Gush'd forth, a fount forever flowing; Then shadowy mist the world conceal'd, And every bud sweetpromise made, Of wonders yet to be reveal'd, As through the vales, withblooms inlaid, Culling a thousand flowers I stray'd. Naught had I, yet a richprofusion! The thirst for truth, joy in each fond illusion. Give me unquell'dthose impulses to prove; Rapture so deep, its ecstasy was pain, The power ofhate, the energy of love, Give me, oh give me back my youth again!Merryman
6.  To - night, I see, I shall in naught succeed; But I'm prepar'd my travels topursue, And hope, before my final step indeed, To triumph over bards anddevils too.


1.  I tell thee, from vain tears abstain! 'Twas thy dishonour pierced my heart, Thyfall the fatal death - stab gave. Through the death - sleep I now depart ToGod, a soldier true and brave. (dies.)
2.  My little ones these spirits be. Hark! with shrewd intelligence, How theyrecommend to thee Action, and the joys of sense! In the busy world to dwell,Fain they would allure thee hence: For within this lonely cell, Stagnate sap oflife and sense.
3.  The Theatre
4.  If e'er upon my couch, stretched at my ease, I'm found, Then may my life thatinstant cease! Me canst thou cheat with glozing wile Till self - reproach away Icast, Me with joy's lure canst thou beguile; Let that day be for me the last! Bethis our wager!
5.  Wherefore thy passion so excite And thus thine eloquence inflame? A scrap isfor our compact good. Thou under - signest merely with a drop of blood.Faust
6.  Faust Meets With Mephistopheles


1.  Sure and fast! When to the moment I shall say, "Linger awhile! so fair thouart!" Then mayst thou fetter me straightway, Then to the abyss will I depart!Then may the solemn death - bell sound, Then from thy service thou art free,The index then may cease its round. And time be never more for me!Mephistopheles
2.  Mephistopheles
3.  How all unlike the influence of this sign! Earth - spirit, thou to me art nigher,E'en now my strength is rising higher, E'en now I glow as with new wine;Courage I feel, abroad the world to dare, The woe of earth, the bliss of earthto bear, With storms to wrestle, brave the lightning's glare, And mid thecrashing shipwreck not despair.
4.  I felt a shock, it went through every limb! A chair! I'm fainting! All thingsswim!
5.   To - whit! To - whoo! It sounds more near; Plover, owl and jay appear, Allawake, around, above? Paunchy salamanders too Peer, long - limbed, thebushes through! And, like snakes, the roots of treesCoil themselves from rock and sand, Stretching many a wondrous band, Usto frighten, us to seize; From rude knots with life embued, Polyp - fangsabroad they spread, To snare the wanderer! 'Neath our tread, Mice, inmyriads, thousand - hued, Through the heath and through the moss! And thefire - flies' glittering throng, Wildering escort, whirls along, Here and there, ourpath across. Tell me, stand we motionless, Or still forward do we press? Allthings round us whirl and fly; Rocks and trees make strange grimaces,Dazzling meteors change their places, How they puff and multiply!Mephistopheles
6.  A broomstick dost thou not at least desire? The roughest he - goat fain wouldI bestride, By this road from our goal we're still far wide.Faust


1.  Ay! and full many a riddle tied anew. But let the great world rave and riot!Here will we house ourselves in quiet. A custom 'tis of ancient date, Ourlesser worlds within the great world to create! Young witches there I see,naked and bare, And old ones, veil'd more prudently. For my sake onlycourteous be! The trouble's small, the sport is rare. Of instruments I hear thecursed din One must get used to it. Come in! come in! There's now no helpfor it. I'll step before And introducing you as my good friend, Confer on youone obligation more. How say you now? 'Tis no such paltry room; Why onlylook, you scarce can see the end. A hundred fires in rows disperse the gloom;They dance, they talk, they cook, make love, and drink: Where could we findaught better, do you think?
2.  How him alone all hope abandons never, To empty trash who clings, with zealuntired, With greed for treasure gropes, and, joy - inspir'd, Exults if earth -worms second his endeavour.
3.  Altmayer
4、  (To Frosch)
5、  Our throats are tuned. Come let's commence!




  • 孟获 08-05

      Now in some puddle will he take his station, Such is his mode of seekingconsolation; Where leeches, feasting on his rump, will drain Spirits alike andspirit from his brain.

  • 吴延俊 08-05

      Deluded fool! 'Tis magic, I declare! To each she doth his lov'd one's imagewear.

  • 罗笑虎 08-05

       The Knowing Ones

  • 李亚 08-05

      Old bald - pate! with the paunch profound! The rat's mishap hath tamed hisnature; For he his counterpart hath found Depicted in the swollen creature.Auerbach's Cellar - Faust And Mephistopheles EnterFaust And Mephistopheles

  • 周小云 08-04

    {  What do I see? what form, whose charms transcend The loveliness of earth,is mirror'd here! O Love, to waft me to her sphere, To me the swiftest of thypinions lend! Alas! If I remain not rooted to this place, If to approach morenear I'm fondly lur'd, Her image fades, in veiling mist obscur'd! Model ofbeauty both in form and face! Is't possible? Hath woman charms so rare? Inthis recumbent form, supremely fair, The essence must I see of heavenlygrace? Can aught so exquisite on earth be found?Mephistopheles

  • 宋神宗 08-03

      We towards the mill are strolling on.}

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  • 郝王乐 08-03

      A Fourth

  • 江滩 08-02

       How! add insult, too! Vile broomstick!

  • 董治良 07-31

    {  Bessy

  • 王柳强 07-31

      Voice (from above)