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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  I for this cause should fear to love. The loss my certain death would prove.Mephistopheles
2.  Faust
3.  Artisans
4.  (Mephistopheles enters)
5.  Oh, that naught perfect is assign'd to man, I feel, alas! With this exalted joy,Which lifts me near and nearer to the gods, Thou gav'st me this companion,unto whom I needs must cling, though cold and insolent, He still degrades meto myself, and turns Thy glorious gifts to nothing, with a breath. He in mybosom with malicious zeal For that fair image fans a raging fire; From cravingto enjoyment thus I reel And in enjoyment languish for desire.(Mephistopheles enters.)
6.  Mephistopheles (aside)


1.  Love - greetings and love kisses! Thou shalt not hinder me!(Sings)
2.  Margaret
3.  I was confused. So had it never been; No one of me could any evil say. Alas,thought I, he doubtless in thy mien, Something unmaidenly or bold hath seen?It seemed as if it struck him suddenly, Here's just a girl with whom one maymake free! Yet I must own that then I scarcely knew What in your favourhere began at once to plead; Yet I was angry with myself indeed, That I moreangry could not feel with you.
4.  The circle narrows, he's already near!
5.  Well spoken, I admit! But one thing puzzles me, my friend; Time's short, artlong; methinks 'twere fit That you to friendly counsel should attend. A poetchoose as your ally! Let him thought's wide dominion sweep, Each good andnoble quality, Upon your honoured brow to heap; The lion's magnanimity,The fleetness of the hind, The fiery blood of Italy, The Northern's steadfastmind. Let him to you the mystery show To blend high aims and cunning low;And while youth's passions are aflame To fall in love by rule and plan! I fainwould meet with such a man; Would him Sir Microcosmus name.Faust
6.  Student


1.  Good heavens! can that my mother be?
2.  And next, before aught else you learn, You must with zeal to metaphysicsturn! There see that you profoundly comprehend, What doth the limit of man'sbrain transcend; For that which is or is not in the head A sounding phrase willserve you in good stead. But before all strive this half year From one fix'dorder ne'er to swerve! Five lectures daily you must hear; The hour stillpunctually observe! Yourself with studious zeal prepare, And closely in yourmanual look, Hereby may you be quite aware That all he utters standeth in thebook; Yet write away without cessation, As at the Holy Ghost's dictation!Student
3.  Brother! what agonizing pain!
4.  That you're an amateur one plainly sees!
5.   Hence overshadowing gloom, Vanish from sight! O'er us thine azure dome,Bend, beauteous light! Dark clouds that o'er us spread, Melt in thin air! Stars,your soft radiance shed, Tender and fair. Girt with celestial might, Wingingtheir airy flight, Spirits are thronging. Follows their forms of light Infinitelonging! Flutter their vestures bright O'er field and grove! Where in their leafybower Lovers the livelong hour Vow deathless love. Soft bloometh bud andbower! Bloometh the grove! Grapes from the spreading vine Crown the fullmeasure; Fountains of foaming wine Gush from the pressure. Still where thecurrents wind, Gems brightly gleam. Leaving the hills behind On rolls thestream; Now into ample seas, Spreadeth the flood; Laving the sunny leas,Mantled with wood. Rapture the feather'd throng, Gaily careering, Sip as theyfloat along; Sunward they're steering; On towards the isles of light Wingingtheir way, That on the waters bright Dancingly play. Hark to the choral strain,Joyfully ringing! While on the grassy plain Dancers are springing; Climbing thesteep hill's side, Skimming the glassy tide, Wander they there; Others onpinions wide Wing the blue air; All lifeward tending, upward still wending,Towards yonder stars that gleam, Far, far above; Stars from whose tenderbeam Rains blissful love.
6.  Quite right. I see it also, and allege That she beneath her arm her head canbear, Since Perseus cut it off. - But you I swear Are craving for illusion still!Come then, ascend yon little hill! As on the Prater all is gay, And if my sensesare not gone, I see a theatre, - what's going on?Servibilis


1.  I've my amusement in it too!
2.  Mephistopheles (to Faust)
3.  In misery! despairing! long wandering pitifully on the face of the earth andnow imprisoned! This gentle hapless creature, immured in the dungeon as amalefactor and reserved for horrid tortures! That it should come to this! Tothis! - Perfidious, worthless spirit, and this thou hast concealed from me!Stand! ay, stand! roll in malicious rage thy fiendish eyes! Stand and brave mewith thine insupportable presence! Imprisoned! In hopeless misery! Deliveredover to the power of evil spirits and the judgment of unpitying humanity! Andme, the while, thou wert lulling with tasteless dissipations, concealing from meher growing anguish, and leaving her to perish without help!Mephistopheles
4、  Evil - Spirit
5、  Once a fair vision came to me; There in I saw an apple - tree, Two beauteousapples charmed mine eyes; I climb'd forthwith to reach the prize.The Fair One




  • 莫江波 08-09

      Thou, restless spirit, dost from end to end O'ersweep the world; how near Ifeel to thee!

  • 胡炳华 08-09

      (He kisses her hand.)

  • 谢欣琦 08-09


  • 曾励珍 08-09

      Quid sum miser tunc dicturus

  • 宋莲影 08-08

    {  Faust and Mephistopheles

  • 陈青 08-07

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

  • 苏小七 08-07

      Now to the Brocken the witches hie, The stubble is yellow, the corn is green;Thither the gathering legions fly, And sitting aloft is Sir Urian seen: O'er stickand o'er stone they go whirling along, Witches and he - goats, a motleythrong,

  • 罗曼尼康帝 08-07


  • 张彦 08-06

       A friend!

  • 曹义明 08-04

    {  Mephistopheles

  • 臧杰斌 08-04