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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Beneath Heaven's sunshine, everywhere, This is the utterance of the humanheart; Each in his language doth the like impart; Then why not I in mine?Margaret
2.  Ye twain, in trouble and distress True friends whom I so oft have found, Say,for our scheme on German ground, What prospect have we of success? Fainwould I please the public, win their thanks; They live and let live, hence it isbut meet. The posts are now erected, and the planks, And all look forward toa festal treat. Their places taken, they, with eyebrows rais'd, Sit patiently, andfain would be amaz'd. I know the art to hit the public taste, Yet ne'er of failurefelt so keen a dread; True, they are not accustomed to the best, But thenappalling the amount they've read. How make our entertainment striking, new,And yet significant and pleasing too? For to be plain, I love to see the throng,As to our booth the living tide progresses; As wave on wave successive rollsalong, And through heaven's narrow portal forceful presses; Still in broaddaylight, ere the clock strikes four, With blows their way towards the boxthey take; And, as for bread in famine, at the baker's door, For tickets arecontent their necks to break. Such various minds the bard alone can sway,My friend, oh work this miracle to - day!
3.  Ah, rich in sorrow, thou, Stoop thy maternal brow, And mark with pitying eyemy misery! The sword in thy pierced heart, Thou dost with bitter smart, Gazeupwards on thy Son's death agony. To the dear God on high, Ascends thypiteous sigh, Pleading for his and thy sore misery. Ah, who can know Thetorturing woe, The pangs that rack me to the bone? How my poor heart,without relief, Trembles and throbs, its yearning grief Thou knowest, thoualone! Ah, wheresoe'er I go, With woe, with woe, with woe, My anguish'dbreast is aching! When all alone I creep, I weep, I weep, I weep, Alas! myheart is breaking! The flower-pots at my window Were wet with tears ofmine, The while I pluck'd these blossoms, At dawn to deck thy shrine! Whenearly in my chamber Shone bright the rising morn, I sat there on my pallet, Myheart with anguish torn. Help! from disgrace and death deliver me! Ah! rich insorrow, thou, Stoop thy maternal brow, And mark with pitying eye mymisery!
4.  Margaret
5.  Ariel wakes his dainty air, His lyre celestial stringing. Fools he lureth, and thefair, With his celestial singing.
6.  I now must introduce to you Before aught else, this jovial crew, To show howlightly life may glide away; With tse folk here each day's a holiday. With littlewit and much content, Each on his own small round intent, Like sportive kittenwith its tail; While no sick - headache they bewail, And while their host willcredit give, Joyous and free from care they live.Brander


1.  Faust and Mephistopheles
2.  (He turns over the leaves of the book impatiently, and perceives the sigh ofthe Earth - spirit.)
3.  To take each other's life, I trow, Would cordially delight them! As Orpheus'lyre the beasts, so now The bagpipe doth unite them.Dogmatist
4.  Where are the murderers? are they fled?
5.  Thou nam'st thyself a part, and yet a whole I see.Mephistopheles
6.  Martha


1.  Perchance he's dead! - oh wretched state! Had I but a certificate!(Margaret comes)
2.  Thou, restless spirit, dost from end to end O'ersweep the world; how near Ifeel to thee!
3.  (With a gesture.)
4.  Faust
5.   He's my good friend, with whom 'twill prosper well; I grudge him not thechoicest of thy store. Now draw thy circle, speak thy spell, And straight abumper for him pour!
6.  Mephistopheles


1.  Hound! Execrable monster! - Back with him, oh thou infinite spirit! back withthe reptile into his dog's shape, in which it was his wont to scamper before meat eventide, to roll before the feet of the harmless wanderer, and to fasten onhis shoulders when he fell! Change him again into his favourite shape, that hemay crouch on his belly before me in the dust, whilst I spurn him with my foot,the reprobate! - Not the first! - Woe! Woe! By no human soul is itconceivable, that more than one human creature has ever sunk into a depth ofwretchedness like this, or that the first in her writhing death agony should nothave atoned in the sight of all - pardoning Heaven for the guilt of all the rest!The misery of this one pierces me to the very marrow, and harrows up mysoul; thou art grinning calmly over the doom of thousands!Mephistopheles
2.  Faust
3.  What will you do?
4、  I hobble after, many a day; Already the others are far away! No rest at homecan I obtain Here too my efforts are in vain!
5、  Faust (Margaret passing by)




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    {  Go to! I laugh, the while you rail, The power which fashion'd youth and maid,Well understood the noble trade; So neither shall occasion fail. But hence! -A mighty grief I trow! Unto thy lov'd one's chamber thou And not to deathshouldst go.

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      Ay, it is late, good sir.

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       (twirling the whisk which he holds in his hand, and striking among the glassesand pots)

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