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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Oh yes! one grave and solemn prayer; Let them for him three hundred massessing! But in my pockets, I have nothing there.Martha
2.  Another
3.  Mephistopheles
4.  (While undressing herself she begins to sing.)There was a king in Thule, True even to the grave; To whom his dyingmistress A golden beaker gave.
5.  Orthodox
6.  Mephistopheles

计划指导

1.  Altmayer (aside)
2.  Master, forgive this rude salute! But I perceive no cloven foot. And your tworavens, where are they?
3.  Scoundrel! to rob his children of their bread! And all this misery, this bitterneed, Could not his course of recklessness impede!Mephistopheles
4.  Mephistopheles
5.  With many a knightly vassal At a royal feast sat he, In yon proud hallancestral, In his castle o'er the sea.
6.  Faust

推荐功能

1.  Mephistopheles
2.  Now we are once again at our wit's end, just where the reason of you mortalssnaps! Why dost thou seek our fellowship, if thou canst not go through withit? Wilt fly, and art not proof against dizziness? Did we force ourselves onthee, or thou on us?
3.  Ah! when the friendly taper gloweth, Once more within our narrow cell, Thenin the heart itself that knoweth, A light the darkness doth dispel. Reason hervoice resumes; returneth Hope's gracious bloom, with promise rife; Forstreams of life the spirit yearneth, Ah! for the very fount of life.Poodle, snarl not! with the tone that arises, Hallow'd and peaceful, my soulwithin, Accords not thy growl, thy bestial din. We find it not strange, that mandespises What he conceives not; That he the good and fair misprizes Findingthem often beyond his ken; Will the dog snarl at them like men?But ah! Despite my will, it stands confessed, Contentment welleth up nolonger in my breast. Yet wherefore must the stream, alas, so soon be dry,That we once more athirst should lie? Full oft this sad experience hath beenmine; Nathless the want admits of compensation; For things above the earthwe learn to pine, Our spirits yearn for revelation, Which nowhere burns withpurer beauty blent, Than here in the New Testament. To ope the ancient textan impulse strong Impels me, and its sacred lore, With honest purpose toexplore, And render into my love German tongue.(He opens a volume, and applies himself to it.)'Tis writ, "In the beginning was the Word!" I pause, perplex'd! Who now willhelp afford? I cannot the mere Word so highly prize; I must translate itotherwise, If by the spirit guided as I read. "In the beginning was the Sense!"Take heed, The import of this primal sentence weigh, Lest thy too hasty penbe led astray! Is force creative then of Sense the dower? "In the beginningwas the Power!" Thus should it stand: yet, while the line I trace, A somethingwarns me, once more to efface. The spirit aids! from anxious scruples freed, Iwrite, "In the beginning was the Deed!"
4.  Promise me, Henry!
5.   We will consider what you say, And talk about it more anon! For this timehave I leave to go?
6.  Frosch

应用

1.  Of Barbara hast nothing heard?
2.  Faust
3.  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.
4、  If nature boon, or subtle sprite, Endow your soul with pinions; Then follow toyon rosy height, Through ether's calm dominions!Orchestra (pianissimo)
5、  Margaret

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  • 祝栋 08-09

      Up! Forth into the distant land! Is not this book of mystery By Nostradamus'proper hand, An all - sufficient guide? Thou'lt see The courses of the starsunroll'd; When nature doth her thoughts unfold To thee, thy soul shall rise, andseek Communion high with her to hold, As spirit doth with spirit speak! Vainby dull poring to divine The meaning of each hallow'd sign. Spirits! I feel youhov'ring near; Make answer, if my voice ye hear!(He opens the book and perceives the sign of the Macrocosmos.)Ah! at this spectacle through every sense, What sudden ecstasy of joy isflowing! I feel new rapture, hallow'd and intense, Through every nerve andvein with ardour glowing. Was it a god who character'd this scroll, The tumultin my spirit healing, O'er my sad heart with rapture stealing, And by a mysticimpulse, to my soul, The powers of nature all around revealing. Am I a God?What light intense! In these pure symbols do I see, Nature exert her vitalenergy. Now of the wise man's words I learn the sense;"Unlock'd the spirit - world doth lie, Thy sense is shut, thy heart is dead! Upscholar, lave, with courage high, Thine earthly breast in the morning - red!"(He contemplates the sign.)

  • 卢汉 08-09

      And Gretchen!

  • 姜微 08-09

       That's not enough, we must ourselves believe!

  • 扎拉 08-09

      Sweet one! my meaning do not misconceive! Him who dare name? And whoproclaim, Him I believe? Who that can feel, His heart can steel, To say: Ibelieve him not? The All - embracer, All - sustainer, Holds and sustains he notThee, me, himself? Lifts not the Heaven its dome above? Doth not the firm -set earth beneath us lie? And beaming tenderly with looks of love, Climb notthe everlasting stars on high? Do we not gaze into each other's eyes? Nature'simpenetrable agencies, Are they not thronging on thy heart and brain,Viewless, or visible to mortal ken, Around thee weaving their mysteriouschain? Fill thence thy heart, how large soe'er it be; And in the feeling whenthou utterly art blest, Then call it, what thou wilt, Call it Bliss! Heart! Love!God! I have no name for it! 'Tis feeling all; Name is but sound and smokeShrouding the glow of heaven.

  • 钱夙伟 08-08

    {  Doth not Sir Mammon for this fete Grandly illume his palace! Thou Art luckyto have seen it; now, The boisterous guests, I feel, are coming straight.Faust

  • 李开伦 08-07

      She is not the first.}

  • 思密达 08-07

      Siebel

  • 姚珩 08-07

      Faust

  • 黄丽丽 08-06

       Siebel

  • 刘晓君 08-04

    {  Oh 'tis not the mere ornaments alone; Her glance and mien far more betray.Rejoiced I am that I may stay.

  • 东布罗夫斯基斯 08-04

      Ay, if one did not take a somewhat deeper view! To - morrow, in all honour,thou Poor Gretchen wilt befool, and vow Thy soul's deep love, in lover'sfashion.

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