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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  A! tara lara da!
2.  Though in perplexity he serves me now, I soon will lead him where more lightappears; When buds the sapling, doth the gardener know That flowers andfruit will deck the coming years.
3.  Well done, my dainty spirits! now he slumbers! Ye have entranc'd him fairlywith your numbers! This minstrelsy of yours I must repay, Thou art not yet theman to hold the devil fast! With fairest shapes your spells around him cast,And plunge him in a sea of dreams! But that this charm be rent, the thresholdpassed, Tooth of rat the way must clear. I need not conjure long it seems,One rustles hitherward, and soon my voice will hear. The master of the ratsand mice, Of flies and frogs, of bugs and lice, Commands thy presence;without fear Come forth and gnaw the threshold here, Where he with oil hassmear'd it. - Thou Com'st hopping forth already! Now To work! The pointthat holds me bound Is in the outer angle found. Another bite - so - now 'tisdoneNow, Faustus, till we meet again, dream on.Faust (awaking)
4.  Unmannerly beast! Be civil at least!
5.  Come in! tread softly! be discreet!
6.  Faust


1.  Come often over here to me, The gems put on quite privately; And thenbefore the mirror walk an hour or so, Thus we shall have our pleasure too.Then suitable occasions we must seize, As at a feast, to show them bydegrees: A chain at first, pearl ear - drops then, - your mother Won't seethem, or we'll coin some tale or other.
2.  Mephistopheles
3.  Altmayer
4.  In satin and in velvet, Behold the yonker dressed; Bedizen'd o'er with ribbons,A cross upon his breast. Prime minister they made him, He wore a star ofstate; And all his poor relations Were courtiers, rich and great.The gentlemen and ladies At court were sore distressed; The queen and allher maidens Were bitten by the pest, And yet they dared not scratch them,Or chase the fleas away. If we are bit, we catch them, And crack withoutdelay.
5.  (in the same position)
6.  Faust


1.  Call not the spirits who on mischief wait! Their troop familiar, streamingthrough the air, From every quarter threaten man's estate, And danger in athousand forms prepare! They drive impetuous from the frozen north, Withfangs sharp - piercing, and keen arrowy tongues; From the ungenial east theyissue forth, And prey, with parching breath, upon thy lungs; If, waft'd on thedesert's flaming wing, They from the south heap fire upon the brain,Refreshment from the west at first they bring, Anon to drown thyself and fieldand plain. In wait for mischief, they are prompt to hear; With guileful purposeour behests obey; Like ministers of grace they oft appear, And lisp likeangels, to betray. But let us hence! Grey eve doth all things blend, The airgrows chill, the mists descend! 'Tis in the evening first our home we prize Whystand you thus, and gaze with wondering eyes? What in the gloom thus movesyou?
2.  Now to be off in time, were best! She'd make the very devil marry her.(To Margaret.)
3.  (She opens the press to put away her clothes, and perceives the casket.)How comes this lovely casket here? The press I locked, of that I'm confident.'Tis very wonderful! What's in it I can't guess; Perhaps 'twas brought by someone in distress, And left in pledge for loan my mother lent.Here by a ribbon hangs a little key! I have a mind to open it and see!Heavens! only look! what have we here! In all my days ne'er saw I such asight! Jewels! which any noble dame might wear, For some high pageantrichly dight! This chain - how would it look on me! These splendid gems,whose may they be?
4.  Margaret
5.   One glance, one word from thee doth charm me more, Than the world'swisdom or the sage's lore.
6.  Mephistopheles


1.  Meanwhile, the treasure I see glimmering there, Will it ascend into the openair?
2.  Faust
3.  One lieth here already dead!
4、  Of all that pass'd I'm well apprized, I heard the doctor catechised, And trusthe'll profit much thereby! Fain would the girls inquire indeed Touching theirlover's faith and creed, And whether pious in the good old way; They think, ifpliant there, us too he will obey.
5、  Margaret




  • 韩迎新 08-12

      Nay! nay! A model which all women shall surpass, In flesh and blood ere longthou shalt survey.

  • 黄永龙 08-12

      Despite my length of beard I need The easy manners that insure success; Th'attempt I fear can ne'er succeed; To mingle in the world I want address; I stillhave an embarrass'd air, and then I feel myself so small with other men.Mephistopheles

  • 习楠 08-12

       I take the cup you kindly reach, Thanks and prosperity to each! (The crowdgather round in a circle.)

  • 张弢 08-12


  • 江诗丹顿 08-11

    {  Poet

  • 何玲 08-10

      Chorus of Witches}

  • 丁宏奇 08-10

      (Mephistopheles knocks.)

  • 周明作 08-10

      And dare a voice of merely human birth, E'en here, where shapes immortalthrong'd intrude? Yet ah! thou poorest of the sons of earth, For once, I e'ento thee feel gratitude. Despair the power of sense did well - nigh blast, Andthou didst save me ere I sank dismay'd, So giant - like the vision seem'd, sovast, I felt myself shrink dwarf'd as I survey'd!I, God's own image, from this toil of clay Already freed, with eager joy whohail'd The mirror of eternal truth unveil'd, Mid light effulgent and celestial day:I, more than cherub, whose unfetter'd soul With penetrative glance aspir'd toflow Through nature's veins, and, still creating, know The life of gods, - howam I punish'd now! One thunder - word hath hurl'd me from the goal!Spirit! I dare not lift me to thy sphere. What though my power compell'd theeto appear, My art was powerless to detain thee here. In that great moment,rapture - fraught, I felt myself so small, so great; Fiercely didst thrust me fromthe realm of thought Back on humanity's uncertain fate! Who'll teach me now?What ought I to forego? Ought I that impulse to obey? Alas! our every deed,as well as every woe, Impedes the tenor of life's onward way!E'en to the noblest by the soul conceiv'd, Some feelings cling of baser quality;And when the goods of this world are achiev'd, Each nobler aim is termed acheat, a lie. Our aspirations, our soul's genuine life, Grow torpid in the din ofearthly strife. Though youthful phantasy, while hope inspires, Stretch o'er theinfinite her wing sublime, A narrow compass limits her desires, When wreck'dour fortunes in the gulf of time. In the deep heart of man care builds her nest,O'er secret woes she broodeth there, Sleepless she rocks herself and scarethjoy and rest; Still is she wont some new disguise to wear, She may as houseand court, as wife and child appear, As dagger, poison, fire and flood;Imagined evils chill thy blood,

  • 黄宙辉 08-09

       Mephistopheles (to Brander)

  • 董坤 08-07

    {  The half - witted sot! He knows not the pot! He know not the kettle!Mephistopheles

  • 陈才铿 08-07

      Come with us, come with us from Felsensee.