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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Faust (stamping)
2.  Shall, if you wish it, flow without delay.
3.  Dear angel! there's no cause for dread. Here is a little phial, - if she takeMixed in her drink three drops, 'twill steep Her nature in a deep and soothingsleep.
4.  'Twas wine I drank, most certainly.
5. 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.
6.  (He runs to the She - Monkey, and makes her look through it.)Look through the sieve! Dost know him the thief, And dar'st thou not call himso?


1.  What hidden mystery in this riddle lies?
2.  (twirling the whisk which he holds in his hand, and striking among the glassesand pots)
3.  Margaret
4.  Mephistopheles
5.  Kathrina say, Why lingering stay At dawn of day Before your lover's door?Maiden, beware, Nor enter there, Lest forth you fare, A maiden never more.Maiden take heed! Reck well my rede! Is't done, the deed? Good night, youpoor, poor thing! The spoiler's lies, His arts despise, Nor yield your prize,Without the marriage ring!
6.  Most like.


1.  Not so, precisely do we view it; They with a thousand steps may do it; But letthem hasten as they can, With one long bound 'tis clear'd by man.Voices (above)
2.  Mephistopheles
3.  Wouldst hide thee? sin and shame Remain not hidden! Air! light! Woe's thee!Chorus
4.  Mephistopheles
5.   I own, Though not omniscient, much to me is known.Faust
6.  Dear angel! there's no cause for dread. Here is a little phial, - if she takeMixed in her drink three drops, 'twill steep Her nature in a deep and soothingsleep.


1.  The way is broad, the way is long; What mad pursuit! What tumult wild!Scratches the besom and sticks the prong; Crush'd is the mother, and stifledthe child.
2.  Ay, if your priest should be an actor too, As not improbably may come topass.
3.  Oh God! How long is art, Our life how short! With earnest zeal Still as I plythe critic's task, I feel A strange oppression both of head and heart. The verymeans how hardly are they won, By which we to the fountains rise! Andhaply, ere one half the course is run, Check'd in his progress, the poor devildies.
4、  Faust
5、  Was that your nose?




  • 黄树贤 08-04

      Oh of the motley throng speak not before me, At whose aspect the Spiritwings its flight! Conceal the surging concourse, I implore thee, Whose vortexdraws us with resistless might. No, to some peaceful heavenly nook restoreme, Where only for the bard blooms pure delight, Where love and friendshipyield their choicest blessing, Our heart's true bliss, with god - like handcaressing.

  • 伊利亚·伍德 08-04


  • 孙砾 08-04

       Were but your wine a trifle better, friend, A glass to freedom I would gladlydrain,

  • 伊蒂萨奇 08-04


  • 张英起 08-03

    {  Frosch

  • 林志娟 08-02

      With but seven hours I could succeed; Nor should I want the devil's wile, Soyoung a creature to beguile.}

  • 章超桦 08-02

      So thou with thy cold devil's fist Still clench'd in malice impotent Dost thecreative power resist, The active, the beneficent! Henceforth some other taskessay, Of Chaos thou the wondrous son!

  • 李果 08-02

      Like any Frenchman now you speak, But do not fret, I pray; why seek Tohurry to enjoyment straight? The pleasure is not half so great, As when at firstaround, above, With all the fooleries of love, The puppet you can knead andmould As in Italian story oft is told.

  • 刘同礼 08-01

       We heard erewhile, unless I'm wrong, Voices well trained in chorus pealing?Certes, most choicely here must song Re - echo from this vaulted ceiling!Frosch

  • 杨彬 07-30

    {  Kind gentleman and ladies fair, So rosy - cheek'd and trimly dress'd, Bepleas'd to listen to my prayer, Relieve and pity the distress'd. Let me notvainly sing my lay! His heart's most glad whose hand is free. Now when allmen keep holiday, Should be a harvest - day to me.Another Burgher

  • 梅丽莎·尚 07-30