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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.  Margaret
3.  In this mood thou mayst venture it. But make The compact! I at once willundertake To charm thee with mine arts. I'll give thee more Than mortal eyehath e'er beheld before.
4.  Have patience! I will show him up anon!
5.  And, to say truth, as yet with small success. Oppos'd to naught, this clumsyworld, The something - it subsisteth still; Not yet is it to ruin hurl'd, Despitethe efforts of my will. Tempests and earthquakes, fire and flood, I've tried;Yet land and ocean still unchang'd abide! And then of humankind and beasts,the accursed brood, Neither o'er them can I extend my sway. What countlessmyriads have I swept away! Yet ever circulates the fresh young blood. It isenough to drive me to despair! As in the earth, in water, and in air, Athousand germs burst forth spontaneously; In moisture, drought, heat, cold,they still appear! Had I not flame selected as my sphere Nothing apart hadbeen reversed for me.
6.  Do you ask? Perchance you would retain the treasure? If such your wish, whythen, I say, Henceforth absolve me from my task, Nor longer waste yourhours of leisure. I trust you're not by avarice led! I rub my hands, I scratch myhead,


1.  Martha (as above)
2.  The monster to confront, at first, The spell of Four must be rehears'd;Salamander shall kindle, Writhe nymph of the wave, In air sylph shall dwindle,And Kobold shall slave.
3.  Good - morrow, gentlemen!
4.  Wagner
5.  Mephistopheles
6.  Margaret


1.  Your pardon for my importunity; Yet once more must I trouble you: Onmedicine, I'll thank you to supply A pregnant utterance or two! Three years!how brief the appointed tide! The field, heaven knows, is all too wide! If but afriendly hint be thrown, 'Tis easier then to feel one's way.Mephistopheles (aside)
2.  When death came, unrepining His cities o'er he told; All to his heir resigning,Except his cup of gold.
3.  Faust
4.  Mephistopheles
5.   All good and fair! Then deathless constancy thou'lt swear; Speak of one allo'ermastering passion, Will that too issue from the heart?Faust
6.  Here!


1.  I tell thee, from vain tears abstain! 'Twas thy dishonour pierced my heart, Thyfall the fatal death - stab gave. Through the death - sleep I now depart ToGod, a soldier true and brave. (dies.)
2.  Mephistopheles
3.  (Faust exit.)
4、  Mortal! the loftiest attributes of men, Reason and Knowledge, only thuscontemn, Still let the Prince of lies, without control, With shows, and mockingcharms delude thy soul, I have thee unconditionally then! Fate hath endow'dhim with an ardent mind, Which unrestrain'd still presses on for ever, Andwhose precipitate endeavour Earth's joys o'erleaping, leaveth them behind.Him will I drag through life's wild waste, Through scenes of vapid dulness,where at last Bewilder'd, he shall falter, and stick fast; And, still to mock hisgreedy haste, Viands and drink shall float his craving lips beyond Vainly he'llseek refreshment, anguish - tost, And were he not the devil's by his bond, Yetmust his soul infallibly be lost!
5、  To - day we pass'd him, but we did not stop! When last we met him he hadmuch to say Touching his cousins, and to each he sent Full many a greetingand kind compliment. (With an inclination towards Frosch.)Altmayer (aside to Frosch)




  • 王海鹏 08-03

      Spirits (without)

  • 南雅砻 08-03


  • 唐爱国 08-03

       For ghosts and for the devil 'tis a law. Where they stole in, there they mustforth. We're free The first to choose; as to the second, slaves are we.Faust

  • 马永福 08-03


  • 莎拉 08-02

    {  (To Faust, who has left the dance.)

  • 冯嘉怡 08-01

      I've my amusement in it too!}

  • 吕玉兰 08-01

      By torture driven, in open day, The kitchen he invaded, Convulsed upon thehearth he lay, With anguish sorely jaded; The poisoner laugh'd, Ha! ha! quothshe, His life is ebbing fast, I see, As if his frame love wasted.Chorus

  • 马相伯 08-01

      Ye wavering shapes, again ye do enfold me, As erst upon my troubled sightye stole; Shall I this time attempt to clasp, to hold ye? Still for the fond illusionyearns my soul? Ye press around! Come then, your captive hold me, Asupward from the vapoury mist ye roll; Within my breast youth's throbbingpulse is bounding, Fann'd by the magic breath your march surrounding.Shades fondly loved appear, your train attending, And visions fair of many ablissful day; First - love and friendship their fond accents blending, Like tosome ancient, half - expiring lay; Sorrow revives, her wail of anguish sendingBack o'er life's devious labyrinthine way, And names the dear ones, theywhom Fate bereaving Of life's fair hours, left me behind them grieving.They hear me not my later cadence singing, The souls to whom my earlier laysI sang; Dispersed the throng, their severed flight now winging; Mute are thevoices that responsive rang. For stranger crowds the Orphean lyre nowstringing, E'en their applause is to my heart a pang; Of old who listened to mysong, glad hearted, If yet they live, now wander widely parted.A yearning long unfelt, each impulse swaying, To yon calm spirit - realmuplifts my soul; In faltering cadence, as when Zephyr playing, Fans theAeolian harp, my numbers roll; Tear follows tear, my steadfast heart obeyingThe tender impulse, loses its control; What I possess as from afar I see;Those I have lost become realities to me.

  • 孙国庆 07-31


  • 徐琴才 07-29

    {  Not in the presence of a crowned king!

  • 徐紫菀 07-29

      (She opens the press to put away her clothes, and perceives the casket.)How comes this lovely casket here? The press I locked, of that I'm confident.'Tis very wonderful! What's in it I can't guess; Perhaps 'twas brought by someone in distress, And left in pledge for loan my mother lent.Here by a ribbon hangs a little key! I have a mind to open it and see!Heavens! only look! what have we here! In all my days ne'er saw I such asight! Jewels! which any noble dame might wear, For some high pageantrichly dight! This chain - how would it look on me! These splendid gems,whose may they be?