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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Margaret (half aloud)
2.  Have patience! I will show him up anon!
3.  To strange conceits oft I myself must own, But impulse such as this I ne'erhave known: Nor woods, nor fields, can long our thoughts engage, Theirwings I envy not the feather'd kind; Far otherwise the pleasures of the mind,Bear us from book to book, from page to page! Then winter nights growcheerful; keen delight Warms every limb; and ah! when we unroll Some oldand precious parchment, at the sight All heaven itself descends upon the soul.Faust
4.  (He runs to the She - Monkey, and makes her look through it.)Look through the sieve! Dost know him the thief, And dar'st thou not call himso?
5.  The six days' labour of a god, my friend, Who doth himself cry bravo, at theend, By something clever doubtless should be crown'd. For this time gazeyour fill, and when you please Just such a prize for you I can provide; Howblest is he to whom kind fate decrees, To take her to his home, a lovely bride!(Faust continues to gaze into the mirror. Mephistopheles stretching himself onthe settle and playing with the whisk, continues to speak.)Here sit I, like a king upon his throne; My sceptre this; - the crown I wantalone.
6.  Faust


1.  Ay, neighbour! So let matters stand for me! There they may scatter oneanother's brains, And wild confusion round them see So here at home in quietall remains! Old Woman (to the Burghers' Daughters) Heyday! How smart!The fresh young blood! Who would not fall in love with you? Not quite soproud! 'Tis well and good! And what you wish, that I could help you to.Burgher's Daughter
2.  Gaze not upon her! 'Tis not good! Forbear! 'Tis lifeless, magical, a shape ofair, An idol. Such to meet with, bodes no good; That rigid look of hers dothfreeze man's blood, And well - nigh petrifies his heart to stone: The story ofMedusa thou hast known.
3.  Ay, sing, sing on, praise her with all thy might! My turn to laugh will comesome day. Me hath she jilted once, you the same trick she'll play. Somegnome her lover be! where cross - roads meet,
4.  Faust
5.  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.)
6.  Yet out of doors 'tis not so warm. I feel so strange, I know not how I wish mymother would come home. Through me there runs a shuddering I'm but afoolish timid thing!


1.  Mephistopheles (aside)
2.  But now, without offense or jest! You cannot quickly, I protest, In winningthis sweet child succeed. By storm we cannot take the fort, To stratagem wemust resort.
3.  Ah, could I but thy soul inspire! Thou honourest not the sacraments, alas!Faust
4.  To Him above in homage bend, Who prompts the helper and Who help dothsend. (He proceeds with Wagner.)
5.   Wherefore, ye tones celestial, sweet and strong, Come ye a dweller in thedust to seek? Ring out your chimes believing crowds among, The messagewell I hear, my faith alone is weak; From faith her darling, miracle, hathsprung. Aloft to yonder spheres I dare not soar, Whence sound the tidings ofgreat joy; And yet, with this sweet strain familiar when a boy, Back it recallethme to life once more. Then would celestial love, with holy kiss, Come o'er mein the Sabbath's stilly hour, While, fraught with solemn meaning andmysterious power, Chim'd the deep - sounding bell, and prayer was bliss; Ayearning impulse, undefin'd yet dear, Drove me to wander on through woodand field; With heaving breast and many a burning tear, I felt with holy joy aworld reveal'd. Gay sports and festive hours proclaim'd with joyous pealing,This Easter hymn in days of old; And fond remembrance now doth me, withchildlike feeling, Back from the last, the solemn step, withhold. O still soundon, thou sweet celestial strain! The tear - drop flows, - Earth, I am thineagain!
6.  This is antipathy!


1.  Another
2.  Come then, employ your lofty inspiration, And carry on the poet's avocation,Just as we carry on a love affair. Two meet by chance, are pleased, theylinger there, Insensibly are link'd, they scarce know how; Fortune seems nowpropitious, adverse now, Then come alternate rapture and despair; And 'tis atrue romance ere one's aware. Just such a drama let us now compose. Plungeboldly into life - its depths disclose! Each lives it, not to many is it known,'Twill interest wheresoever seiz'd and shown; Bright pictures, but obscuretheir meaning: A ray of truth through error gleaming, Thus you the best elixirbrew, To charm mankind, and edify them too. Then youth's fair blossomscrowd to view your play, And wait as on an oracle; while they, The tendersouls, who love the melting mood, Suck from your work their melancholyfood; Now this one, and now that, you deeply stir, Each sees the working ofhis heart laid bare. Their tears, their laughter, you command with ease, Thelofty still they honour, the illusive love. Your finish'd gentlemen you ne'er canplease; A growing mind alone will grateful prove.Poet
3.  Some present for my love procure!
4、  The Lord
5、  Well! Well! I'll leave you to yourself with pleasure, A serious tone you hardlydare employ. To part from one so crazy, harsh, and cross, Were not in truth agrievous loss. The live - long day, for you I toil and fret; Ne'er from hisworship's face a hint I get, What pleases him, or what to let alone.Faust




  • 何美丹 08-09


  • 陈命许 08-09

      Such be the fate of every flea!

  • 肖尔帕 08-09

       The poor guitar! 'tis done for now.

  • 黎菊梅 08-09

      What super - earthly ecstasy! at night, To lie in darkness on the dewy height,Embracing heaven and earth in rapture high, The soul dilating to a deity; Withprescient yearnings pierce the core of earth, Feel in your labouring breast thesix - days' birth, Enjoy, in proud delight what no one knows, While your love- rapture o'er creation flows, The earthly lost in beatific vision, And then thelofty intuition

  • 宋任穷 08-08

    {  In misery! despairing! long wandering pitifully on the face of the earth andnow imprisoned! This gentle hapless creature, immured in the dungeon as amalefactor and reserved for horrid tortures! That it should come to this! Tothis! - Perfidious, worthless spirit, and this thou hast concealed from me!Stand! ay, stand! roll in malicious rage thy fiendish eyes! Stand and brave mewith thine insupportable presence! Imprisoned! In hopeless misery! Deliveredover to the power of evil spirits and the judgment of unpitying humanity! Andme, the while, thou wert lulling with tasteless dissipations, concealing from meher growing anguish, and leaving her to perish without help!Mephistopheles

  • 王沛诗 08-07

      Spider's foot and midge's wing, A toad in form and feature; Together verses itcan string, Though scarce a living creature.}

  • 冯文彬 08-07

      Dies irae, dies illa, Solvet saeclum in favilla.(The organ sounds.)

  • 博古什劳斯基 08-07

      Now field and meadow I've forsaken; O'er them deep night her veil dothdraw; In us the better soul doth waken, With feelings of foreboding awe, Alllawless promptings, deeds unholy, Now slumber, and all wild desires; Thelove of man doth sway us wholly, And love to God the soul inspires.Peace, poodle, peace! Scamper not thus; obey me! Why at the thresholdsnuffest thou so? Behind the stove now quietly lay thee, My softest cushion tothee I'll throw. As thou, without, didst please and amuse me Running andfrisking about on the hill, So tendance now I will not refuse thee; A welcomeguest, if thou'lt be still.

  • 云树万 08-06

       Ha! Ha! Just like yourself! You are, I ween, The same mad wag that youhave ever been!

  • 徐心卉 08-04

    {  Faust

  • 燕维 08-04

      How mean you that? have you of every sort?