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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  'Tis time to part.
2.  Mephistopheles
3.  Good! A remedy Without physician, gold, or sorcery: Away forthwith, and tothe fields repair, Begin to delve, to cultivate the ground, Thy senses andthyself confine Within the very narrowest round, Support thyself upon thesimplest fare, Live like a very brute the brutes among, Neither esteem itrobbery The acre thou dost reap, thyself to dung; This is the best method,credit me, Again at eighty to grow hale and young.Faust
4.  Faust
5.  Mephistopheles
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.


1.  My sweet child!
2.  Altmayer
3.  Mephistopheles
4.  From marshy bogs we sprang to light, Yet here behold us dancing; The gayestgallants of the night, In glitt'ring rows advancing.Shooting Star
5.  Martha
6.  To the hunting - lodge we're on our way.


1.  To take each other's life, I trow, Would cordially delight them! As Orpheus'lyre the beasts, so now The bagpipe doth unite them.Dogmatist
2.  Manager
3.  No! It is but a game.
4.  Mephistopheles
5.   All
6.  Faust


1.  Mephistopheles
2.  And then this pot?
3.  A dog well taught E'en by the wisest of us may be sought. Ay, to your favourhe's entitled too, Apt scholar of the students, 'tis his due! (They enter the gateof the town.)
4、  So long as he on earth doth live, So long 'tis not forbidden thee. Man still musterr, while he doth strive.
5、  Faust




  • 黄彬 08-05

      Be not afraid that I shall break my word! The scope of all my energy Is inexact accordance with my vow. Vainly I have aspired too high; I'm on a levelbut with such as thou; Me the great spirit scorn'd, defied; Nature from meherself doth hide; Rent is the web of thought; my mind Doth knowledge loatheof every kind. In depths of sensual pleasure drown'd, Let us our fiery passionsstill! Enwrapp'd in magic's veil profound, Let wondrous charms our sensesthrill! Plunge we in time's tempestuous flow, Stem we the rolling surge ofchance! There may alternate weal and woe, Success and failure, as they can,Mingle and shift in changeful dance! Excitement is the sphere for man.Mephistopheles

  • 戴舒静 08-05

      Whom have we here? Who's sneaking here? Whence are ye come? Withwhat desire? The plague of fire Your bones consume!(She dips the skimming - ladle into the caldron and throws flames at Faust,Mephistopheles, and the Monkeys. The Monkeys whimper.)Mephistopheles

  • 闫树国 08-05

       So long as he on earth doth live, So long 'tis not forbidden thee. Man still musterr, while he doth strive.

  • 弗雷德里克·拉塞尔 08-05

      I saw among them some such thing, A string of pearls to grace her neck.Faust

  • 任清华 08-04

    {  (as they draw the stoppers and the wine chosen by each runs into his glass)Oh beauteous spring, which flows so far!

  • 付凤 08-03

     Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the greatest of German men of letters, wasborn at Frankfort-on-the-Main, August 28, 1749. His father was a man ofmeans and position, and he personally supervised the early education of hisson. The young Goethe studied at the universities of Leipsig and Strasburg,and in 1772 entered upon the practise of law at Wetzlar. At the invitation ofKarl August, Duke of Saxe-Weimar, he went in 1775 to live in Weimar,where he held a succession of political offices, becoming the Duke's chiefadviser. From 1786 to 1788 he traveled in Italy, and from 1791 to 1817directed the ducal theater at Weimar. He took part in the wars againstFrance, 1792-3, and in the following year began his friendship with Schiller,which lasted till the latter's death in 1805. In 1806 he married ChristianeVulpius. From about 1794 he devoted himself chiefly to literature, and after alife of extraordinary productiveness died at Weimar, March 22, 1832. Themost important of Goethe's works produced before he went to Weimar werehis tragedy "Gotz von Berlichingen" (1773), which first brought him fame, and"The Sorrows of Young Werther," a novel which obtained enormouspopularity during the so called "Sturm und Drang" period. During the years atWeimar before he knew Schiller he began "Wilhelm Meister," wrote thedramas, "Iphigenie," "Egmont," and "Torquato Tasso," and his "ReineckeFuchs." To the period of his friendship with Schiller belong the continuation of"Wilhelm Meister," the beautiful idyl of "Hermann and Dorothea," and the"Roman Elegies." In the last period, between Schiller's death in 1805 and hisown, appeared "Faust," "Elective Affinities," his autobiographical "Dichtungund Wahrheit" ("Poetry and Truth"), his "Italian Journey," much scientificwork, and a series of treatises on German Art.Though the foregoing enumeration contains but a selection from the titles ofGoethe's best known writings, it suffices to show the extraordinary fertility andversatility of his genius. Rarely has a man of letters had so full and varied a life,or been capable of so many-sided a development. His political and scientificactivities, though dwarfed in the eyes of our generation by his artisticproduction, yet showed the adaptability of his talent in the most diversedirections, and helped to give him that balance of temper and breadth ofvision in which he has been surpassed by no genius of the ancient or modernworld.}

  • 王安义 08-03

      If not a spouse, a gallant let it be. Among heaven's choicest gifts, I place, Sosweet a darling to embrace.

  • 周镇宏 08-03

      Drifting cloud and misty wreathes Are fill'd with light elysian; O'er reed andleaf the zephyr breathes So fades the fairy vision!A Gloomy Day. A Plain

  • 尤燕姿 08-02

       I thank you; for not willingly I traffic with the dead, and still aver That youth'splump blooming cheek I very much prefer. I'm not at home to corpses; 'tis myway, Like cats with captive mice to toy and play.The Lord

  • 林菁 07-31

    {  Faust

  • 燕飞红 07-31

      No, no! I to the town my steps retrace.