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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Ci - devant Genius of the Age
2.  Promenade - Faust And Mephistopheles
3.  How name ye that stiff formal man, Who strides with lofty paces? He tracksthe game where'er he can, "He scents the Jesuits' traces."Crane
4.  Faust
5.  Margaret
6.  What, all my truth, my love forgotten quite? My weary drudgery by day andnight!


1.  Mephistopheles
2.  Grim horror seizes thee! The trumpet sounds! The graves are shaken! Andthy heart From ashy rest For torturing flames A new created, Trembles intolife!
3.  Mephistopheles
4.  Faust
5.  Martha
6.  Poor lad! He must be tired, I trow; He must not go disconsolate. Hand methy cap and gown; the mask Is for my purpose quite first rate. (He changeshis dress.) Now leave it to my wit! I ask But quarter of an hour; meanwhileequip, And make all ready for our pleasant trip!(Exit Faust.)


1.  The He - Monkey
2.  I know you now, - and therefore will retire; At present you've distinguishedcompany. Pardon the freedom, Madam, with your leave, I will make free tocall again at eve.
3.  Faust, Mephistopheles
4.  How blest, in whom the fond desire From error's sea to rise, hope stillrenews! What a man knows not, that he doth require, And what he knoweth,that he cannot use. But let not moody thoughts their shadow throw O'er thecalm beauty of this hour serene! In the rich sunset see how brightly glow Yoncottage homes, girt round with verdant green! Slow sinks the orb, the day innow no more; Yonder he hastens to diffuse new life. Oh for a pinion from theearth to soar, And after, ever after him to strive! Then should I see the worldbelow, Bathed in the deathless evening - beams, The vales reposing, everyheight a - glow, The silver brooklets meeting golden streams. The savagemountain, with its cavern'd side, Bars not my godlike progress. Lo, the ocean,Its warm bays heaving with a tranquil motion, To my rapt vision opes itsample tide! But now at length the god appears to sink; A new - born impulsewings my flight, Onward I press, his quenchless light to drink, The day beforeme, and behind the night, The pathless waves beneath, and over me the skies.Fair dream, it vanish'd with the parting day! Alas! that when on spirit - wingwe rise, No wing material lifts our mortal clay. But 'tis our inborn impulse,deep and strong, Upwards and onwards still to urge our flight, When farabove us pours its thrilling song The sky - lark, lost in azure light, When onextended wing amain O'er pine - crown'd height the eagle soars, And overmoor and lake, the crane Still striveth towards its native shores.Wagner
5.   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)
6.  Faust


1.  No such incentives do I need.
2.  Don't stamp so heavily, I pray; Like elephants you're treading! And 'mong theelves be Puck to - day, The stoutest at the wedding!Ariel
3.  They say That two she feedeth when she eats and drinks.Margaret
4、  The way is broad, the way is long; What mad pursuit! What tumult wild!Scratches the besom and sticks the prong; Crush'd is the mother, and stifledthe child.
5、  I am not used to it, nor can myself degrade So far, as in my hand to take thespade. This narrow life would suit me not at all.Mephistopheles




  • 张纪美 08-05

      To fable - books it now doth appertain; But people from the change havenothing won. Rid of the evil one, the evil ones remain. Lord Baron call thoume, so is the matter good; Of other cavaliers the mien I wear. Dost make noquestion of my gentle blood; See here, this is the scutcheon that I bear! (Hemakes an unseemly gesture.)

  • 纳帕 08-05

      Suppose there did! One must not be too nice. 'Twas well it was not grey, letthat suffice. Who 'mid his pleasures for a trifle cares?Faust

  • 帕尔默 08-05

       Welcome sweet twilight, calm and blest, That in this hallow'd precinct reigns!Fond yearning love, inspire my breast, Feeding on hope's sweet dew thyblissful pains! What stillness here environs me! Content and order broodaround. What fulness in this poverty! In this small cell what bliss profound!(He throws himself on the leather arm - chair beside the bed)Receive me thou, who hast in thine embrace, Welcom'd in joy and grief theages flown! How oft the children of a by - gone race Have cluster'd round thispatriarchal throne! Haply she, also, whom I hold so dear, For Christmas gift,with grateful joy possess'd, Hath with the full round cheek of childhood, here,Her grandsire's wither'd hand devoutly press'd. Maiden! I feel thy spirit hauntthe place, Breathing of order and abounding grace. As with a mother's voice itprompteth thee, The pure white cover o'er the board to spread, To strew thecrisping sand beneath thy tread. Dear hand! so godlike in its ministry! The hutbecomes a paradise through thee! And here - (He raises the bed - curtain.)How thrills my pulse with strange delight! Here could I linger hours untold;Thou, Nature, didst in vision bright, The embryo angel here unfold. Here laythe child, her bosom warm With life; while steeped in slumber's dew, Toperfect grace, her godlike form, With pure and hallow'd weavings grew!And thou! ah here what seekest thou? How quails mine inmost being now!What wouldst thou here? what makes thy heart so sore? Unhappy Faust! Iknow thee now no more.

  • 德布劳内 08-05


  • 宋红娜 08-04

    {  How him alone all hope abandons never, To empty trash who clings, with zealuntired, With greed for treasure gropes, and, joy - inspir'd, Exults if earth -worms second his endeavour.

  • 陈鹭锋 08-03


  • 张基伟 08-03

      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!

  • 保罗·祖昆福特 08-03

      Hast done?

  • 冯国健 08-02


  • 赵露 07-31

    {  Most willingly! And here I have a flask, From which I've sipp'd myself erenow; What's more, it doth no longer stink; To you a glass I joyfully will give.(Aside.)

  • 阿扎尔 07-31

      Mephistopheles (to Faust)