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Faust Der Tragödie erster und zweiter Teil Summary ß 105 Must serve him after death In this first part of Goethe’s great work the embittered thinker and Mephistopheles enter into their agreement and soon Faust is living a rejuvenated life and winning the love of the beautiful Gretchen But in this compelling tragedy of arrogance unfulfilled desire and self delusion Faust heads inex My name is Ozymandias King of KingsLook on my works ye mighty and despair Percy Bysshe Shelley Ozymandias Wer immer strebend sich bem htDen k nnen wir erl senWho ever strives with all his powerWe are allowed to save Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Faust In Faust the name of the game is passion Passion for learning passion for love passion for life in all its forms and facets The deprivation of passion by the slow grind of facts and figures and hypocrisy the boons of inheritance providing shortcuts without granting the necessary experience of true effort and excess When the world is at one s feet what is there left for passion to strive forBut until then what will you do to achieve that worldIt s an almost impossible balance especially when the rest of the world is thrown in at full tilt The passion becomes split and when one track is spent the next is sought and the next and the next by any means to any measure One may wish at the beginning to be good but when the so called custodians of morality sell it by the yard for a varying price and all the esteem generated by the straight and narrow pales in comparison to the smallest glimpse of moonlit wraith well One must consider the odds when the devil comes a callingOn the one hand your wish at the immortal s command On the other all the ramifications of those wishes bound as they are in a reality of finite glory finite justice finite truth To go forth enraptured in the potential and in the end consigning everything outside of that potential to the flamesNow who among you would proclaim yourselves worthy of judging just how far one can go Now as this is Faust we re talking about I know this first reading was nowhere near good enough to exempt me from future rereadings Also the German language is one that I am intent on mastering and what better piece to work towards than one of if not the pillars of German literature So until we meet again Mephisto preferably on a span of stage that does full honors to your Walpurgisnacht I m very much looking forward to it Acts Of Mercy Mercy Street 3 ye mighty and despair Percy Bysshe Shelley Ozymandias Wer immer strebend sich bem htDen k nnen wir erl senWho ever strives with all his powerWe are allowed to save Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Faust In Faust the name of the game is passion Passion for learning passion for love passion for life in all its forms and facets The deprivation of passion by the slow grind of facts and figures and hypocrisy the boons of inheritance providing shortcuts without granting the necessary experience of true effort and excess When the world is at one s feet what is there left for passion to strive forBut until then what will The Chicolini Incident A Rex Nihilo Adventure you do to achieve that worldIt s an almost impossible balance especially when the rest of the world is thrown in at full tilt The passion becomes split and when one track is spent the next is sought and the next and the next by any means to any measure One may wish at the beginning to be good but when the so called custodians of morality sell it by the reckless-charity-a-charity-styles-novel-caribbean-thriller-series-book-3 yard for a varying price and all the esteem generated by the straight and narrow pales in comparison to the smallest glimpse of moonlit wraith well One must consider the odds when the devil comes a callingOn the one hand The Eightfold Path your wish at the immortal s command On the other all the ramifications of those wishes bound as they are in a reality of finite glory finite justice finite truth To go forth enraptured in the potential and in the end consigning everything outside of that potential to the flamesNow who among neurologie you would proclaim Again Calls The Owl yourselves worthy of judging just how far one can go Now as this is Faust we re talking about I know this first reading was nowhere near good enough to exempt me from future rereadings Also the German language is one that I am intent on mastering and what better piece to work towards than one of if not the pillars of German literature So until we meet again Mephisto preferably on a span of stage that does full honors to Beitr Ge Zur Kenntnis Der Ltesten Epoche Neupersischer Poesie your Walpurgisnacht I m very much looking forward to it

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Faust Der Tragödie erster und zweiter Teil Summary ß 105 Goethe’s Faust reworks the late medieval myth of a brilliant scholar so disillusioned he resolves to make a contract with Mephistopheles The devil will do all he asks on Earth and seeks to grant him a moment in life so glorious that he will wish it to last forever But if Faust does bid the moment stay he falls to Mephisto and Faust Johann Wolfgang von GoetheFaust is a tragic play in two parts by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe usually known in English as Faust Part One and Faust Part Two Although rarely staged in its entirety it is the play with the largest audience numbers on German language stages Faust is considered by many to be Goethe s magnum opus and the greatest work of German literature 1991 2003 1363 1376 1392 1363 1395 700 12061399

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Faust Der Tragödie erster und zweiter Teil Summary ß 105 Orably toward an infernal destructionThe best translation of Faust available this volume provides the original German text and its English counterpart on facing pages Walter Kaufmann's translation conveys the poetic beauty and rhythm as well as the complex depth of Goethe's language Includes Part One and selections from Part Tw Faust has definitely inspired a great many other works of fiction I still remember people complaining in the early 2000 s a complaint which had been going on since the 1980 s that the 2nd Care Bears film was supposedly referencing Faust and trying to introduce it to young children It just goes to show how pervasive this work has become in not just history but also contemporary pop culture It was definitely an intriguing book to read through which works on a simple enough premise but its vivid and meticulous writing and themes of good and evil in a way that isn t necessarily so black and white made it even interesting There are lots of interpretations on the book which could be made depending on the reader and I think if I went back and read it a second time I might find a different meaning in it altogether Faust is for lack of a better term a sort of poetic fantasy novel with supernatural elements The battle for one man s soul and the struggle between two opposite realms not to mention the corruption of power give the story a lot of depth alone but von Goethe s writing also includes a lot of weird albeit fun happenings throughout as well I m glad I was able to find the full version of the book My school s bookstore only sells it in separate halves for some reason so I ordered a copy online instead