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日期:2020-08-04 20:23:14
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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  How blest, in whom the fond desire From error's sea to rise, hope stillrenews! What a man knows not, that he doth require, And what he knoweth,that he cannot use. But let not moody thoughts their shadow throw O'er thecalm beauty of this hour serene! In the rich sunset see how brightly glow Yoncottage homes, girt round with verdant green! Slow sinks the orb, the day innow no more; Yonder he hastens to diffuse new life. Oh for a pinion from theearth to soar, And after, ever after him to strive! Then should I see the worldbelow, Bathed in the deathless evening - beams, The vales reposing, everyheight a - glow, The silver brooklets meeting golden streams. The savagemountain, with its cavern'd side, Bars not my godlike progress. Lo, the ocean,Its warm bays heaving with a tranquil motion, To my rapt vision opes itsample tide! But now at length the god appears to sink; A new - born impulsewings my flight, Onward I press, his quenchless light to drink, The day beforeme, and behind the night, The pathless waves beneath, and over me the skies.Fair dream, it vanish'd with the parting day! Alas! that when on spirit - wingwe rise, No wing material lifts our mortal clay. But 'tis our inborn impulse,deep and strong, Upwards and onwards still to urge our flight, When farabove us pours its thrilling song The sky - lark, lost in azure light, When onextended wing amain O'er pine - crown'd height the eagle soars, And overmoor and lake, the crane Still striveth towards its native shores.Wagner
2.  Mephistopheles
3.  Right! But o'er - anxious thought, you'll find of no avail, For there preciselywhere ideas fail, A word comes opportunely into play Most admirableweapons words are found, On words a system we securely ground, In wordswe can conveniently believe, Nor of a single jot can we a word bereave.Student
4.  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
5.  Give a good glass, and straight we'll praise you, one and all. Only let not yoursamples be too small; For if my judgment you desire, Certes, an amplemouthful I require.
6.  Flowing Wines - Visionary Scenes

计划指导

1.  (pours a glass of wine over his head)
2.  Witches; old and young; Wizards, Will - o' - the - Wisp,Witch Pedlar,
3.  To - whit! To - whoo! It sounds more near; Plover, owl and jay appear, Allawake, around, above? Paunchy salamanders too Peer, long - limbed, thebushes through! And, like snakes, the roots of treesCoil themselves from rock and sand, Stretching many a wondrous band, Usto frighten, us to seize; From rude knots with life embued, Polyp - fangsabroad they spread, To snare the wanderer! 'Neath our tread, Mice, inmyriads, thousand - hued, Through the heath and through the moss! And thefire - flies' glittering throng, Wildering escort, whirls along, Here and there, ourpath across. Tell me, stand we motionless, Or still forward do we press? Allthings round us whirl and fly; Rocks and trees make strange grimaces,Dazzling meteors change their places, How they puff and multiply!Mephistopheles
4.  To - whit! To - whoo! It sounds more near; Plover, owl and jay appear, Allawake, around, above? Paunchy salamanders too Peer, long - limbed, thebushes through! And, like snakes, the roots of treesCoil themselves from rock and sand, Stretching many a wondrous band, Usto frighten, us to seize; From rude knots with life embued, Polyp - fangsabroad they spread, To snare the wanderer! 'Neath our tread, Mice, inmyriads, thousand - hued, Through the heath and through the moss! And thefire - flies' glittering throng, Wildering escort, whirls along, Here and there, ourpath across. Tell me, stand we motionless, Or still forward do we press? Allthings round us whirl and fly; Rocks and trees make strange grimaces,Dazzling meteors change their places, How they puff and multiply!Mephistopheles
5.  Most willingly! And here I have a flask, From which I've sipp'd myself erenow; What's more, it doth no longer stink; To you a glass I joyfully will give.(Aside.)
6.  Hail precious phial! Thee, with reverent awe, Down from thine old receptacleI draw! Science in thee I hail and human art. Essence of deadliest powers,refin'd and sure, Of soothing anodynes abstraction pure, Now in thy master'sneed thy grace impart! I gaze on thee, my pain is lull'd to rest; I grasp thee,calm'd the tumult in my breast; The flood - tide of my spirit ebbs away;Onward I'm summon'd o'er a boundless main, Calm at my feet expands theglassy plain, To shores unknown allures a brighter day.Lo, where a car of fire, on airy pinion, Comes floating towards me! I'mprepar'd to fly By a new track through ether's wide dominion, To distantspheres of pure activity. This life intense, this godlike ecstasy Worm that thouart such rapture canst thou earn? Only resolve with courage stern and high,Thy visage from the radiant sun to turn! Dare with determin'd will to burst theportals Past which in terror others fain would steal! Now is the time, throughdeeds, to show that mortals The calm sublimity of gods can feel; To shuddernot at yonder dark abyss, Where phantasy creates her own self - torturingbrood, Right onward to the yawning gulf to press, Around whose narrowjaws rolleth hell's fiery flood; With glad resolve to take the fatal leap, Thoughdanger threaten thee, to sink in endless sleep! Pure crystal goblet! forth Idraw thee now, From out thine antiquated case, where thou Forgotten hastreposed for many a year! Oft at my father's revels thou didst shine, To gladthe earnest guests was thine, As each to other passed the generous cheer. Thegorgeous brede of figures, quaintly wrought, Which he who quaff'd must firstin rhyme expound, Then drain the goblet at one draught profound, Hath nightsof boyhood to fond memory brought. I to my neighbour shall not reach theenow, Nor on thy rich device shall I my cunning show. Here is a juice, makesdrunk without delay; Its dark brown flood thy crystal round doth fill; Let thislast draught, the product of my skill, My own free choice, be quaff'd withresolute will, A solemn festive greeting, to the coming day!(He places the goblet to his mouth.)

推荐功能

1.  Neighbour! your smelling bottle!
2.  Now all too far they wander from the right; I praise the good old ways, tothem I hold, Then was the genuine age of gold, When we ourselves wereforemost in men's sight.
3.  Mephistopheles (aside)
4.  (as they draw the stoppers and the wine chosen by each runs into his glass)Oh beauteous spring, which flows so far!
5.   Promenade - Faust And Mephistopheles
6.  (To the Monkeys)

应用

1.  Can I indeed believe my eyes? Is't not mere masquerading? What! Oberon inbeauteous guise, Among the groups parading!
2.  These that I'm hitting off to - day Are sketches unpretending; Towards Italywithout delay, My steps I think of bending.
3.  (pointing to the beasts)
4、  Yes!
5、  Vanish in the fiery glow, Salamander! Rushingly together flow. Undine!Shimmer in the meteor's gleam, Sylphide! Hither bring thine homely aid,Incubus! Incubus! Step forth! I do adjure thee thus! None of the Four Lurksin the beast: He grins at me, untroubled as before; I have not hurt him in theleast. A spell of fear Thou now shalt hear. Art thou, comrade fell, Fugitivefrom Hell? See then this sign, Before which incline The murky troops of Hell!With bristling hair now doth the creature swell.Canst thou, reprobate, Read the uncreate, Unspeakable, diffused Throughoutthe heavenly sphere, Shamefully abused, Transpierced with nail and spear!Behind the stove, tam'd by my spells, Like an elephant he swells; Wholly nowhe fills the room, He into mist will melt away. Ascend not to the ceiling!Come, Thyself at the master's feet now lay! Thou seest that mine is no idlethreat. With holy fire I will scorch thee yet! Wait not the might That lies in thetriple - glowing light! Wait not the might Of all my arts in fullest measure!Mephistopheles

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  • 斯科沃罗季诺 08-03

      Nay! nay! A model which all women shall surpass, In flesh and blood ere longthou shalt survey.

  • 姜山 08-03

      The spirit I, which evermore denies! And justly; for whate'er to light is broughtDeserves again to be reduced to naught; Then better 'twere that naught shouldbe. Thus all the elements which ye Destruction, Sin, or briefly, Evil, name, Asmy peculiar element I claim.

  • 石马河 08-03

       But then the world and man, his heart and brain! Touching these things all menwould something know.

  • 张雨翁 08-03

      Mephistopheles

  • 张华容 08-02

    {  He's my good friend, with whom 'twill prosper well; I grudge him not thechoicest of thy store. Now draw thy circle, speak thy spell, And straight abumper for him pour!

  • 朱启珍 08-01

      How? Where? The treasure hath he buried, pray?Mephistopheles}

  • 巴丁 08-01

      Let's up to Burghof, there you'll find good cheer, The prettiest maidens andthe best of beer, And brawls of a prime sort.

  • 斯图尔特·森德兰 08-01

      "Tis thine our course to steer. The little world, and then the great we'll view.With what delight, what profit too, Thou'lt revel through thy gay career!Faust

  • 翟隽 07-31

       Margaret

  • 李环宇 07-29

    {  Mephistopheles

  • 胡某 07-29

      How?

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