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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1 What nonsense doth the hag propound? My brain it doth well - nighconfound. A hundred thousand fools or more, Methinks I hear in chorus roar.Mephistopheles
3. To me this branch of science is well known, And hence I cannot yourrepugnance blame. Customs and laws in every place, Like a disease, an heir -loom dread, Still trail their curse from race to race, And furtively abroad theyspread. To nonsense, reason's self they turn; Beneficence becomes a pest;Woe unto thee, that thou'rt a grandson born! As for the law born with us,unexpressed; That law, alas, none careth to discern.Student
5. The Witch
1. Faust (after a pause)
3. Fortress with turrets And walls high in air, Damsel disdainful, Haughty andfair, There be my prey! Bold is the venture, Costly the pay!Hark how the trumpet Thither doth call us, Where either pleasure Or deathmay befall us. Hail to the tumult! Life's in the field! Damsel and fortress To usmust yield.
4. In seasons past we snatch'd, 'tis true, Some tit - bits by our cunning; Ourshoes, alas, are now danced through, On our bare soles we're running.Will - o' - the - Wisps
5. Of your known juice a goblet we require. But for the very oldest let me ask;Double its strength with years doth grow.
6. "Though she, God knows, was more to blame than I."Martha
1. Mephistopheles (to Faust)
3. Only one little moment think of me! To think of you I shall have many an hour.Faust
4. A very poodle, he appears to be! Thou standest still, for thee he'll wait; Thouspeak'st to him, he fawns upon thee straight; Aught thou mayst lose, again he'llbring, And for thy stick will into water spring.Faust
5. Oh, that naught perfect is assign'd to man, I feel, alas! With this exalted joy,Which lifts me near and nearer to the gods, Thou gav'st me this companion,unto whom I needs must cling, though cold and insolent, He still degrades meto myself, and turns Thy glorious gifts to nothing, with a breath. He in mybosom with malicious zeal For that fair image fans a raging fire; From cravingto enjoyment thus I reel And in enjoyment languish for desire.(Mephistopheles enters.)
6. I'll pledge myself to be thy servant here, Still at thy back alert and prompt tobe; But when together yonder we appear, Then shalt thou do the same forme.
1. Valentine2. My friend, you now speak sensibly. In truth, Nature a method giveth to renewthy youth: But in another book the lesson's writ; It forms a curious chapter, Iadmit.3. That you're an amateur one plainly sees!4、 A worthy object still pursue! Be not a hollow tinkling fool! Soundunderstanding, judgment true, Find utterance without art or rule; And when inearnest you are moved to speak, Then is it needful cunning words to seek?Your fine harangues, so polish'd in their kind, Wherein the shreds of humanthought ye twist, Are unrefreshing as the empty wind, Whistling throughwither'd leaves and autumn mist!5、 Margaret
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A favour claims return as this world goes.
Spill not a single drop, of this beware!
Ay, out of sight is out of mind! Politeness easy is to you; Friends everywhere,and not a few, Wiser than I am, you will find.Faust
Stop, Kind element, be still, I say!