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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  And the danger to which thou dost expose thyself? Know, the guilt of blood,shed by thy hand, lies yet upon the town. Over the place where fell themurdered one, avenging spirits hover and watch for the returning murderer.Faust
2.  Worldling
3.  Through the stones and heather springing, Brook and brooklet haste below;Hark the rustling! Hark the singing! Hearken to love's plaintive lays; Voices ofthose heavenly days What we hope, and what we love! Like a tale of oldentime, Echo's voice prolongs the chime.
4.  Student
5.  (He makes Mephistopheles sit down.)
6.  Woe's me! I cannot bear thy sight!

计划指导

1.  Ah no, That time hath not yet come for me.
2.  Margaret (alone at her spinning wheel)
3.  Brother! what agonizing pain!
4.  Faust
5.  Mephistopheles
6.  I'd rather be above, though, I must own! Already fire and eddying smoke Iview; The impetuous millions to the devil ride; Full many a riddle will be thereuntied.

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1.  Characters in the Prologue for the Theatre
2.  Faust (enters)
3.  Wagner
4.  Study
5.   Faust
6.  Nay, such discourse, be it confessed, Is just the thing that pleases me thebest.

应用

1.  Of Barbara hast nothing heard?
2.  Of the elements in the finished Faust that are derived from the legend a roughidea may be obtained from the "Doctor Faustus" of Marlowe, printed in thepresent volume. As early as 1674 a life of Faust had contained the incident ofthe philosopher's falling in love with a servant - girl; but the developed story ofGretchen is Goethe's own. The other elements added to the plot can be notedby a comparison with Marlowe.
3.  How different, Gretchen, was it once with thee, When thou, still full ofinnocence, Here to the altar camest, And from the small and well - conn'dbook Didst lisp thy prayer, Half childish sport, Half God in thy young heart!Gretchen! What thoughts are thine? What deed of shame Lurks in thy sinfulheart? Is thy prayer utter'd for thy mother's soul, Who into long, long tormentslept through thee? Whose blood is on thy threshold? - And stirs there notalready 'neath thy heart Another quick'ning pulse, that even now Torturesitself and thee With its foreboding presence?
4、  Part I
5、  Mephistopheles

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  • 商建刚 08-04

      Margaret

  • 展新颜 08-04

      This once I must admit your plea; For truly I must own that we Each otherhave not seen for many a day. The culture, too, that shapes the world, at lastHath e'en the devil in its sphere embraced; The northern phantom from thescene hath pass'd, Tail, talons, horns, are nowhere to be traced! As for thefoot, with which I can't dispense, 'Twould injure me in company, and hence,Like many a youthful cavalier, False calves I now have worn for many a year.The Witch (dancing)

  • 衣苇 08-04

       How all things live and work, and ever blending, Weave one vast whole fromBeing's ample range! How powers celestial, rising and descending, Theirgolden buckets ceaseless interchange! Their flight on rapture - breathingpinions winging, From heaven to earth their genial influence bringing, Throughthe wild sphere their chimes melodious ringing!A wondrous show! but ah! a show alone! Where shall I grasp thee, infinitenature, where? Ye breasts, ye fountains of all life, whereon Hang heaven andearth, from which the withered heart For solace yearns, ye still impart Yoursweet and fostering tides - where are ye - where? Ye gush, and must Ilanguish in despair?

  • 吕玮 08-04

      The six days' labour of a god, my friend, Who doth himself cry bravo, at theend, By something clever doubtless should be crown'd. For this time gazeyour fill, and when you please Just such a prize for you I can provide; Howblest is he to whom kind fate decrees, To take her to his home, a lovely bride!(Faust continues to gaze into the mirror. Mephistopheles stretching himself onthe settle and playing with the whisk, continues to speak.)Here sit I, like a king upon his throne; My sceptre this; - the crown I wantalone.

  • 叶运根 08-03

    {  Should she return and enter now, How wouldst thou rue thy guilty flame!Proud vaunter - thou wouldst hide thy brow, And at her feet sink down withshame.

  • 邹谨 08-02

      Soldiers}

  • 尼尔·麦格雷戈 08-02

      Brander

  • 梁梁 08-02

      The Witch

  • 金荣 08-01

       All's to my gentleman child's play!

  • 邬家墩 07-30

    {  Who calls me?

  • 罗希 07-30

      Tiny step and lofty bound, Through dew and exhalation; Ye trip it deftly onthe ground, But gain no elevation.

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