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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Then saw I
2.  Margaret (at the window)
3.  With gentlemen like you indeed The inward essence from the name we read,As all too plainly it doth appear, When Beelzebub, Destroyer, Liar, meets theear. Who then art thou?
4.  Yes, we'll presently away.
5.  (Margaret runs in, hides behind the door, holds the tip of her finger to her lip,and peeps through the crevice.)
6.  Each twirls about and never stops, And as he can he fareth. The crookedleaps, the clumsy hops, Nor for appearance careth.Fiddler


1.  If husband scold and wife retort, Then bear them far asunder; Her to theburning south transport, And him the North Pole under.The Whole Orchestra (fortissimo)
2.  But small concern I feel for yonder world; Hast thou this system into ruinhurl'd, Another may arise the void to fill. This earth the fountain whence mypleasures flow, This sun doth daily shine upon my woe, And if this world Imust forego, Let happen then, - what can and will. I to this theme will closemine ears, If men hereafter hate and love, And if there be in yonder spheres Adepth below or height above.
3.  It need hardly be said that Goethe's "Faust" does not derive its greatness fromits conformity to the traditional standards of what a tragedy should be. Hehimself was accustomed to refer to it cynically as a monstrosity, and yet heput himself into it as intensely as Dante put himself into "The Divine Comedy."A partial explanation of this apparent contradiction in the author's attitude is tobe found in what has been said of its manner of composition. Goethe began itin his romantic youth, and availed himself recklessly of the supernaturalelements in the legend, with the disregard of reason and plausibilitycharacteristic of the romantic mood. When he returned to it in the beginning ofthe new century his artistic standards has changed, and the supernaturalismcould now be tolerated only by being made symbolic. Thus he makes thecareer of Faust as a whole emblematic of the triumph of the persistent strivingfor the ideal over the temptation to find complete satisfaction in the sense, andprepares the reader for this interpretation by prefixing the "Prologue inHeaven." The elaboration of this symbolic element is responsible for suchscenes as the Walpurgis - Night and the Intermezzo scenes full of power andinfinitely suggestive, but destructive of the unity of the play as a tragedy ofhuman life. Yet there remains in this First Part even in its final form much thatis realistic in the best sense, the carousal in Auerbach's cellar, the portrait ofMartha, the Easter - morning walk, the character and fate of Margaret. It issuch elements as these that have appealed to the larger reading public and thathave naturally been emphasized by performance on the stage, and by virtue ofthese alone "Faust" may rank as a great drama; but it is the result of Goethe'sbroodings on the mystery of human life, shadowed forth in the symbolic partsand elaborated with still greater complexity and still more far - reachingsuggestiveness - and, it must be added, with deepening obscurity - in theSecond Part, that have given the work its place with "Job," with the"Prometheus Bound," with "The Divine Comedy," and with "Hamlet."The Tragedy Of Faust - Dedication
4.  Wagner
5.  What charming company I view Together here collected! Gay bachelors, ahopeful crew. And brides so unaffected!
6.  Mephistopheles


1.  Chorus of Witches
2.  (He places the casket in the press and closes the lock.)Now quick! Away! That soon the sweet young creature may The wish andpurpose of your heart obey; Yet stand you there As would you to the lecture- room repair, As if before you stood, Arrayed in flesh and blood, Physicsand metaphysics weird and grey! Away!
3.  Margaret
4.  Poor Son of Earth, without my aid, How would thy weary days have flown?Thee of thy foolish whims I've cured, Thy vain imaginations banished, And butfor me, be well assured, Thou from this sphere must soon have vanished. Inrocky hollows and in caverns drear, Why like an owl sit moping here?Wherefore from dripping stones and moss with ooze embued, Dost suck, likeany toad, thy food? A rare, sweet pastime. Verily! The doctor cleaveth still tothee.
5.   I must away.
6.  I'm near her still - and should I distant rove, Her I can ne'er forget, ne'er loseher love; And all things touch'd by those sweet lips of hers, Even the veryHost, my envy stirs.


1.  The Dramatic Poet.
2.  If we are bit, &c.
3.  If o'er my soul the tone familiar, stealing, Drew me from harrowing thought'sbewild'ring maze, Touching the ling'ring chords of childlike feeling, With sweetharmonies of happier days: So curse I all, around the soul that windeth Itsmagic and alluring spell, And with delusive flattery bindeth Its victim to thisdreary cell! Curs'd before all things be the high opinion, Wherewith the spiritgirds itself around! Of shows delusive curs'd be the dominion, Within whosemocking sphere our sense is bound! Accurs'd of dreams the treacherouswiles, The cheat of glory, deathless fame! Accurs'd what each as propertybeguiles, Wife, child, slave, plough, whate'er its name! Accurs'd be mammon,when with treasure He doth to daring deeds incite: Or when to steep the soulin pleasure, He spreads the couch of soft delight! Curs'd be the grape'sbalsamic juice! Accurs'd love's dream, of joys the first! Accurs'd be hope!accurs'd be faith! And more than all, be patience curs'd!Chorus of Spirits (invisible)
4、  Country - folk, Citizens, Beggar, Old Fortune - teller,Shepherd, Soldier, Students, &c.
5、  Mephistopheles




  • 刘景民 08-08

      Just wait awhile!

  • 罗伊 08-08

      To - whit! To - whoo! It sounds more near; Plover, owl and jay appear, Allawake, around, above? Paunchy salamanders too Peer, long - limbed, thebushes through! And, like snakes, the roots of treesCoil themselves from rock and sand, Stretching many a wondrous band, Usto frighten, us to seize; From rude knots with life embued, Polyp - fangsabroad they spread, To snare the wanderer! 'Neath our tread, Mice, inmyriads, thousand - hued, Through the heath and through the moss! And thefire - flies' glittering throng, Wildering escort, whirls along, Here and there, ourpath across. Tell me, stand we motionless, Or still forward do we press? Allthings round us whirl and fly; Rocks and trees make strange grimaces,Dazzling meteors change their places, How they puff and multiply!Mephistopheles

  • 张子杨 08-08

       (drinks carelessly; the wine is spilt upon the ground, and turns to flame)Help! fire! help! Hell is burning!

  • 杨林花 08-08

      One's own fire - side and a good wife are gold And pearls of price, so saysthe proverb old.

  • 夏济安 08-07

    {  With gentlemen like you indeed The inward essence from the name we read,As all too plainly it doth appear, When Beelzebub, Destroyer, Liar, meets theear. Who then art thou?

  • 陶晓明 08-06

      Walpurgis - Night's Dream Or Oberon And Titania's Golden Wedding-FeastIntermezzo}

  • 田继刚 08-06

      (Perceiving the beasts.)

  • 拉赫曼 08-06

      (laughing immoderately)

  • 巩峥 08-05


  • 麻利儿 08-03

    {  Faust

  • 李卓然 08-03

      Begone and leave me, I entreat!