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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  But yet without desire; 'Tis long since thou hast been either to shrift or mass.Dost thou believe in God?
2.  Faust
3.  Well, he hath paid the forfeit, and is dead. Now were I in your place, mycounsel hear; My weeds I'd wear for one chaste year, And for another lovermeanwhile would look out.
4.  A few steps further, up to yonder stone! Here rest we from our walk. In timeslong past, Absorb'd in thought, here oft I sat alone, And disciplin'd myselfwith prayer and fast. Then rich in hope, with faith sincere, With sighs, andhands in anguish press'd, The end of that sore plague, with many a tear, Fromheaven's dread Lord, I sought to wrest. The crowd's applause assumes ascornful tone. Oh, could'st thou in my inner being read, How little either sireor son, Of such renown deserves the meed! My sire, of good repute, andsombre mood, O'er nature's powers and every mystic zone, With honest zeal,but methods of his own, With toil fantastic loved to brood; His time in darkalchemic cell, With brother adepts he would spend, And there antagonistscompel, Through numberless receipts to blend. A ruddy lion there, a suitorbold, In tepid bath was with the lily wed. Thence both, while open flamesaround them roll'd, Were tortur'd to another bridal bed. Was then the youthfulqueen descried With varied colours in the flask; This was our medicine; thepatients died, "Who were restored?" none cared to ask. With our infernalmixture thus, ere long, These hills and peaceful vales among, We rag'd morefiercely than the pest; Myself the deadly poison did to thousands give; Theypined away, I yet must live, To hear the reckless murderers blest.Wagner
5.  You've hit upon the very place.
6.  They have flown up there. The wanton butterflies!Martha

计划指导

1.  Hearken! The end I aim at is not joy; I crave excitement, agonizing bliss,Enamour'd hatred, quickening vexation. Purg'd from the love of knowledge,my vocation, The scope of all my powers henceforth be this, To bare mybreast to every pang, - to know In my heart's core all human weal and woe,To grasp in thought the lofty and the deep, Men's various fortunes on mybreast to heap, And thus to theirs dilate my individual mind, And share atlength with them the shipwreck of mankind.
2.  Though I am wont indeed to strict incognito, Yet upon gala - days one mustone's orders show. No garter have I to distinguish me, Nathless the clovenfoot doth here give dignity. Seest thou yonder snail? Crawling this way shehies: With searching feelers, she, no doubt, Hath me already scented out;Here, even if I would, for me there's no disguise. From fire to fire, we'llsaunter at our leisure, The gallant you, I'll cater for your pleasure.(To a party seated round some expiring embers.)Old gentleman, apart, why sit ye moping here? Ye in the midst should be of allthis jovial cheer, Girt round with noise and youthful riot; At home one surelyhas enough of quiet.
3.  I am beside myself with joy, To see once more the gallant Satan here!Mephistopheles
4.  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.
5.  Mephistopheles
6.  Have patience! I will show him up anon!

推荐功能

1.  'Tis done! Full soon thou'lt see my exultation; As for my bet no fears Ientertain. And if my end I finally should gain, Excuse my triumphing with allmy soul. Dust he shall eat, ay, and with relish take, As did my cousin, therenowned snake.
2.  Chorus (shouting)
3.  At Padua, in St. Anthony's, In holy ground his body lies; Quiet and cool hisplace of rest, With pious ceremonials blest.
4.  And underneath the spreading leaves, What stems there be! What grapes Isee!
5.   Don't make so free! How many a maid Has been betroth'd and then betray'd;And has repented after! Yet still he flatter'd her aside, And from the linden, farand wide, Juchhe! Juchhe! Juchheisa! Heisa! He! Rang fiddle - bow andlaughter.
6.  But then some meaning must the words convey.

应用

1.  Good, If I have my choice, the Rhenish I propose; For still the fairest gifts thefatherland bestows.
2.  (Sings)
3.  Visionary scenes appear! Words delusive cheat the ear! Be ye there, and beye here!
4、  I need not tell you how - to close!
5、  Mephistopheles

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  • 吴健林 08-05

      Martha

  • 杨跃进 08-05

      Faust (gazing round)

  • 李其军 08-05

       Is it not dust, wherewith this lofty wall, With hundred shelves, confines meround; Rubbish, in thousand shapes, may I not call What in this moth - worlddoth my being bound? Here, what doth fail me, shall I find? Read in athousand tomes that, everywhere, Self - torture is the lot of human - kind,With but one mortal happy, here and there? Thou hollow skull, that grin, whatshould it say, But that thy brain, like mine, of old perplexed, Still yearning forthe truth, hath sought the light of day. And in the twilight wandered, sorelyvexed? Ye instruments, forsooth, ye mock at me, With wheel, and cog, andring, and cylinder; To nature's portals ye should be the key; Cunning yourwards, and yet the bolts ye fail to stir. Inscrutable in broadest light, To beunveil'd by force she doth refuse, What she reveals not to thy mental sight,Thou wilt not wrest me from her with levers and with screws. Old uselessfurnitures, yet stand ye here, Because my sire ye served, now dead and gone.Old scroll, the smoke of years dost wear, So long as o'er this desk the sorrylamp hath shone. Better my little means hath squandered quite away, Thanburden'd by that little here to sweat and groan! Wouldst thou possess thyheritage, essay, By use to render it thine own! What we employ not, butimpedes our way, That which the hour creates, that can it use alone! Butwherefore to yon spot is riveted my gaze? Is yonder flasket there a magnet tomy sight? Whence this mild radiance that around me plays, As when, 'midforest gloom, reigneth the moon's soft light?

  • 高邦 08-05

      Mephistopheles

  • 王逸颖 08-04

    {  Hearken! The end I aim at is not joy; I crave excitement, agonizing bliss,Enamour'd hatred, quickening vexation. Purg'd from the love of knowledge,my vocation, The scope of all my powers henceforth be this, To bare mybreast to every pang, - to know In my heart's core all human weal and woe,To grasp in thought the lofty and the deep, Men's various fortunes on mybreast to heap, And thus to theirs dilate my individual mind, And share atlength with them the shipwreck of mankind.

  • 德迈 08-03

      How is it now? How speeds it? Is't in train?}

  • 丁宜 08-03

      'Tis all your fault; your part you do not bear, No beastliness, no folly.Frosch

  • 苏兴贞 08-03

      Martha

  • 陈望道 08-02

       'Twas not my purpose thee to lime; The snare hast entered of thine own freewill: Let him who holds the devil, hold him still! So soon he'll catch him not asecond time.

  • 傅惠民 07-31

    {  I am beside myself with joy, To see once more the gallant Satan here!Mephistopheles

  • 江·伊明 07-31

      Faust

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