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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Bessy
2.  Mephistopheles
3.  At Padua, in St. Anthony's, In holy ground his body lies; Quiet and cool hisplace of rest, With pious ceremonials blest.
4.  Fetch me a gimlet here!
5.  By pious people, it is true, No medium is rejected; Conventicles, and not afew, On Blocksberg are erected.
6.  Cease thus to gnash thy ravenous fangs at me! I loathe thee! - Great andglorious spirit, thou who didst vouchsafe to reveal thyself unto me, thou whodost know my very heart and soul, why hast thou linked me with this baseassociate, who feeds on mischief and revels in destruction?Mephistopheles

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1.  Ignis Fatuus
2.  What thus I hear Sounds plausible, yet I'm not reconciled; There's somethingwrong about it; much I fear That thou art not a Christian.Faust
3.  Faust
4.  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
5.  This senseless, juggling witchcraft I detest! Dost promise that in this foul nestOf madness, I shall be restored? Must I seek counsel from an ancient dame?And can she, by these rites abhorred, Take thirty winters from my frame?Woe's me, if thou naught better canst suggest! Hope has already fled mybreast. Has neither nature nor a noble mind A balsam yet devis'd of any kind?Mephistopheles
6.  Think! only think! The gems for Gretchen brought, Them hath a priest nowmade his own! A glimpse of them the mother caught, And 'gan with secretfear to groan. The woman's scent is keen enough; Doth ever in the prayer -book snuff; Smells every article to ascertain Whether the thing is holy orprofane, And scented in the jewels rare, That there was not much blessingthere. "My child," she cries, "ill - gotten good Ensnares the soul, consumes theblood; With them we'll deck our Lady's shrine, She'll cheer our souls withbread divine!" At this poor Gretchen 'gan to pout; 'Tis a gift - horse, at least,she thought, And sure, he godless cannot be, Who brought them here socleverly. Straight for a priest the mother sent, Who, when he understood thejest, With what he saw was well content. "This shows a pious mind!" Quothhe: "Self - conquest is true victory. The Church hath a good stomach, she,with zest, Whole countries hath swallow'd down, And never yet a surfeitknown. The Church alone, be it confessed, Daughters, can ill - got wealthdigest."

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1.  They have flown up there. The wanton butterflies!Martha
2.  Siebel
3.  Faust
4.  Gossip! For wares like these the time's gone by, What's done is past! what'spast is done! With novelties your booth supply; Us novelties attract alone.Faust
5.   Margaret
6.  Of medicine the spirit's caught with ease, The great and little world you studythrough, That things may then their course pursue, As heaven may please. Invain abroad you range through science' ample space, Each man learns onlythat which learn he can; Who knows the moment to embrace, He is yourproper man. In person you are tolerably made, Nor in assurance will you bedeficient: Self - confidence acquire, be not afraid, Others will then esteem youa proficient. Learn chiefly with the sex to deal! Their thousands ahs and ohs,These the sage doctor knows, He only from one point can heal. Assume adecent tone of courteous ease, You have them then to humour as you please.First a diploma must belief infuse, That you in your profession take the lead:You then at once those easy freedoms use For which another many a yearmust plead; Learn how to feel with nice address The dainty wrist; - and howto press, With ardent furtive glance, the slender waist, To feel how tightly it islaced.

应用

1.  Yes, we'll presently away.
2.  Margaret (continues)
3.  Visionary scenes appear! Words delusive cheat the ear! Be ye there, and beye here!
4、  Faust
5、  I like not acid wine, I must allow, Give ma a glass of genuine sweet!Mephistopheles (bores)

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  • 张昱欣 08-03

      No! No! The devil is an egoist I know: And, for Heaven's sake, 'tis not hisway Kindness to any one to show. Let the condition plainly be exprest! Sucha domestic is a dangerous guest.

  • 柯开委 08-03

      Mephistopheles (to Faust)

  • 杨效民 08-03

       Faust

  • 五岛昌子 08-03

      Loosed from their fetters are streams and rills Through the gracious spring -tide's all - quickening glow; Hope's budding joy in the vale doth blow; OldWinter back to the savage hills Withdraweth his force, decrepid now. Thenceonly impotent icy grains Scatters he as he wings his flight, Striping with sleetthe verdant plains; But the sun endureth no trace of white; Everywhere growthand movement are rife, All things investing with hues of life: Though flowersare lacking, varied of dye, Their colours the motley throng supply. Turn theearound, and from this height, Back to the town direct thy sight. Forth from thehollow, gloomy gate, Stream forth the masses, in bright array. Gladly seekthey the sun to - day; The Lord's Resurrection they celebrate: For theythemselves have risen, with joy, From tenement sordid, from cheerless room,From bonds of toil, from care and annoy, From gable and roof's o'er -hanging gloom, From crowded alley and narrow street, And from thechurches' awe - breathing night, All now have come forth into the light. Look,only look, on nimble feet, Through garden and field how spread the throng,How o'er the river's ample sheet,

  • 周音 08-02

    {  The Sun, in ancient guise, competing With brother spheres in rival song, Withthunder - march, his orb completing, Moves his predestin'd course along; Hisaspect to the powers supernal Gives strength, though fathom him none may;Transcending thought, the works eternal Are fair as on the primal day.Gabriel

  • 张明银 08-01

      Faust}

  • 李海鹰 08-01

      Faust

  • 沈杜 08-01

      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!

  • 萧家淇 07-31

       Of this lone life have you not your fill? How for so long can it have charms foryou? 'Tis well enough to try it if you will; But then away again to somethingnew!

  • 周新军 07-29

    {  The Others

  • 胡书堂 07-29

      Well pleased assembled here I view Of spirits this profusion; From devils,touching angels too, I gather some conclusion.Sceptic

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