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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Witches; old and young; Wizards, Will - o' - the - Wisp,Witch Pedlar,
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.  I've everywhere been well received, I own.
4.  The Lord, The Heavenly Hosts. Afterwards Mephistopheles.The three Archangels come forward
5.  Thou dost forgive my boldness, dost not blame The liberty I took that day,When thou from church didst lately wend thy way?Margaret
6.  Near yonder poplars he is sure to be.


1.  With that, clasp, chain, and ring, he swept As they were mushrooms; and thecasket, Without one word of thanks, he kept, As if of nuts it were a basket.Promised reward in heaven, then forth he hied And greatly they were edified.Faust
2.  Thou happy creature!
3.  Margaret
4.  Margaret
5.  Could I but reach thy wither'd frame, Thou wretched beldame, void ofshame! Full measure I might hope to win Of pardon then for every sin.Margaret
6.  Siebel


1.  I mean, has passion never stirred your breast?Mephistopheles
2.  This displeases you? "For shame!" You are forsooth entitled to exclaim; Weto chaste ears it seems must not pronounce What, nathless, the chaste heartcannot renounce. Well, to be brief, the joy as fit occasions rise, I grudge younot, of specious lies. But long this mood thou'lt not retain. Already thou'rtagain outworn, And should this last, thou wilt be torn By frenzy or remorseand pain. Enough of this! Thy true love dwells apart, And all to her seems flatand tame; Alone thine image fills her heart, She loves thee with an all -devouring flame. First came thy passion with o'erpowering rush, Likemountain torrent, swollen by the melted snow; Full in her heart didst pour thesudden gush, Now has thy brooklet ceased to flow. Instead of sitting thronedmidst forests wild, It would become so great a lord To comfort the enamour'dchild, And the young monkey for her love reward. To her the hours seemmiserably long; She from the window sees the clouds float by As o'er the loftycity - walls they fly, "If I a birdie were!" so runs her song, Half through thenight and all day long. Cheerful sometimes, more oft at heart full sore; Fairlyoutwept seem now her tears, Anon she tranquil is, or so appears, And love -sick evermore.
3.  All good and fair! Then deathless constancy thou'lt swear; Speak of one allo'ermastering passion, Will that too issue from the heart?Faust
4.  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)
5.   That the marriage golden be, Must fifty years be ended; More dear this feastof gold to me, Contention now suspended.
6.  From marshy bogs we sprang to light, Yet here behold us dancing; The gayestgallants of the night, In glitt'ring rows advancing.Shooting Star


1.  He saw it splashing, drinking, And plunging in the sea; His eyes meanwhilewere sinking, And never again drank he.
2.  No! She to a neighbour's house will go; But in her atmosphere alone, Thetedious hours meanwhile you may employ, In blissful dreams of future joy.Faust
3.  Grey is, young friend, all theory: And green of life the golden tree.Student
4、  Ay, truly! 'tis well done, that you Our festive meeting thus attend; You, who inevil days of yore, So often show'd yourself our friend! Full many a one standsliving here, Who from the fever's deadly blast, Your father rescu'd, when hisskill The fatal sickness stay'd at last. A young man then, each house yousought, Where reign'd the mortal pestilence. Corpse after corpse was carriedforth, But still unscath'd you issued thence. Sore then your trials and severe;The Helper yonder aids the helper here.
5、  Should I advise it else, sweet love?




  • 亚森 08-04


  • 陈绪水 08-04

      Characters in the Prologue for the Theatre

  • 卓荦 08-04

       Margaret (coming out)

  • 马克西-洛佩兹 08-04

      'Tis yet too soon.

  • 周家庆 08-03

    {  Faust

  • 程勇 08-02


  • 刘达文 08-02


  • 车拥军 08-02

      Spirit sublime! Thou gav'st me, gav'st me all For which I prayed! Not vainlyhast thou turn'd To me thy countenance in flaming fire: Gavest me gloriousnature for my realm, And also power to feel her and enjoy; Not merely with acold and wondering glance, Thou dost permit me in her depths profound, Asin the bosom of a friend to gaze. Before me thou dost lead her living tribes,And dost in silent grove, in air and stream Teach me to know my kindred.And when roars The howling storm - blast through the groaning wood,Wrenching the giant pine, which in its fall Crashing sweeps down its neighbourtrunks and boughs, While hollow thunder from the hill resounds; Then thoudost lead me to some shelter'd cave, Dost there reveal me to myself, andshow Of my own bosom the mysterious depths. And when with soothingbeam, the moon's pale orb Full in my view climbs up the pathless sky, Fromcrag and dewy grove, the silvery forms Of by - gone ages hover, and assuageThe joy austere of contemplative thought.

  • 格托夫 08-01

       Ay, madam, what two witnesses declare Is held as valid everywhere; Agallant friend I have, not far from here, Who will for you before the judgeappear. I'll bring him straight.

  • 李云泽 07-30

    {  To cut the matter short, my friend, She must this very night be mine, And if tohelp me you decline, Midnight shall see our compact end.Mephistopheles

  • 安杨 07-30

      Ay, if one did not take a somewhat deeper view! To - morrow, in all honour,thou Poor Gretchen wilt befool, and vow Thy soul's deep love, in lover'sfashion.