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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  There, You have them both!
2.  Oh, credit me, who still as ages roll, Have chew'd this bitter fare from year toyear, No mortal, from the cradle to the bier, Digests the ancient leaven!Know, this Whole Doth for the Deity alone subsist! He in eternal brightnessdoth exist, Us unto darkness he hath brought, and here Where day and nightalternate, is your sphere.
3.  Faust
4.  Mephistopheles
5.  Here is a casket, with a store Of jewels, which I got elsewhere Just lay it inthe press; make haste! I swear to you, 'twill turn her brain; Therein sometrifles I have placed, Wherewith another to obtain. But child is child, and playis play.
6.  Since thou, O Lord, approachest us once more, And how it fares with us, toask art fain, Since thou hast kindly welcom'd me of yore, Thou see'st me alsonow among thy train. Excuse me, fine harangues I cannot make, Though allthe circle look on me with scorn; My pathos soon thy laughter would awake,Hadst thou the laughing mood not long forsworn. Of suns and worlds Inothing have to say, I see alone mankind's self - torturing pains. The littleworld - god still the self - same stamp retains, And is as wondrous now as onthe primal day. Better he might have fared, poor wight, Hadst thou not givenhim a gleam of heavenly light; Reason, he names it, and doth so Use it, thanbrutes more brutish still to grow. With deference to your grace, he seems tome Like any long - legged grasshopper to be, Which ever flies, and flyingsprings, And in the grass its ancient ditty sings. Would he but always in thegrass repose! In every heap of dung he thrusts his nose.The Lord


1.  Must we?
2.  A Drinking Party
3.  I need not tell you how - to close!
4.  Faust
5.  Characters in the Prologue for the Theatre
6.  Martha


1.  I would not live with such an one as he. If for a moment he but enter here, Helooks around him with a mocking sneer, And malice ill - conceal'd; That hewith naught on earth can sympathize is clear Upon his brow 'tis legiblyrevealed, That to his heart no living soul is dear. So blest I feel, within thinearms, So warm and happy, - free from all alarms; And still my heart dothclose when he comes near.
2.  Who doth ignore The primal Four, Nor knows aright Their use and might,O'er spirits will he Ne'er master be!
3.  Mephistopheles
4.  You are perhaps much alone?
5.   Poor Son of Earth, without my aid, How would thy weary days have flown?Thee of thy foolish whims I've cured, Thy vain imaginations banished, And butfor me, be well assured, Thou from this sphere must soon have vanished. Inrocky hollows and in caverns drear, Why like an owl sit moping here?Wherefore from dripping stones and moss with ooze embued, Dost suck, likeany toad, thy food? A rare, sweet pastime. Verily! The doctor cleaveth still tothee.
6.  Mephistopheles


1.  The monster to confront, at first, The spell of Four must be rehears'd;Salamander shall kindle, Writhe nymph of the wave, In air sylph shall dwindle,And Kobold shall slave.
2.  Ah, rich in sorrow, thou, Stoop thy maternal brow, And mark with pitying eyemy misery! The sword in thy pierced heart, Thou dost with bitter smart, Gazeupwards on thy Son's death agony. To the dear God on high, Ascends thypiteous sigh, Pleading for his and thy sore misery. Ah, who can know Thetorturing woe, The pangs that rack me to the bone? How my poor heart,without relief, Trembles and throbs, its yearning grief Thou knowest, thoualone! Ah, wheresoe'er I go, With woe, with woe, with woe, My anguish'dbreast is aching! When all alone I creep, I weep, I weep, I weep, Alas! myheart is breaking! The flower-pots at my window Were wet with tears ofmine, The while I pluck'd these blossoms, At dawn to deck thy shrine! Whenearly in my chamber Shone bright the rising morn, I sat there on my pallet, Myheart with anguish torn. Help! from disgrace and death deliver me! Ah! rich insorrow, thou, Stoop thy maternal brow, And mark with pitying eye mymisery!
3.  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
4、  I tell thee, from vain tears abstain! 'Twas thy dishonour pierced my heart, Thyfall the fatal death - stab gave. Through the death - sleep I now depart ToGod, a soldier true and brave. (dies.)
5、  Some present for my love procure!




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