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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Martha (aloud)
2.  Then at our ball, what doth he here?
3.  Salve gives the witches strength to rise; A rag for a sail does well enough; Agoodly ship is every trough; To - night who flies not, never flies.Both Choruses
4.  Raphael
5.  So men, forsooth, he thinks to imitate! Now, in the devil's name, for once gostraight! Or out at once your flickering life I'll blow.Ignis Fatuus
6.  Who's there?

计划指导

1.  Spirit
2.  What hidden mystery in this riddle lies?
3.  Parchment, is that the sacred fount whence roll Waters, he thirsteth not whoonce hath quaffed? Oh, if it gush not from thine inmost soul, Thou has not wonthe life - restoring draught.
4.  General
5.  Now field and meadow I've forsaken; O'er them deep night her veil dothdraw; In us the better soul doth waken, With feelings of foreboding awe, Alllawless promptings, deeds unholy, Now slumber, and all wild desires; Thelove of man doth sway us wholly, And love to God the soul inspires.Peace, poodle, peace! Scamper not thus; obey me! Why at the thresholdsnuffest thou so? Behind the stove now quietly lay thee, My softest cushion tothee I'll throw. As thou, without, didst please and amuse me Running andfrisking about on the hill, So tendance now I will not refuse thee; A welcomeguest, if thou'lt be still.
6.  (She gathers a star - flower and plucks off the leaves one after another.)Faust

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1.  From marshy bogs we sprang to light, Yet here behold us dancing; The gayestgallants of the night, In glitt'ring rows advancing.Shooting Star
2.  Faust
3.  Mephistopheles (aside to her)
4.  Though I am wont indeed to strict incognito, Yet upon gala - days one mustone's orders show. No garter have I to distinguish me, Nathless the clovenfoot doth here give dignity. Seest thou yonder snail? Crawling this way shehies: With searching feelers, she, no doubt, Hath me already scented out;Here, even if I would, for me there's no disguise. From fire to fire, we'llsaunter at our leisure, The gallant you, I'll cater for your pleasure.(To a party seated round some expiring embers.)Old gentleman, apart, why sit ye moping here? Ye in the midst should be of allthis jovial cheer, Girt round with noise and youthful riot; At home one surelyhas enough of quiet.
5.   Spirits
6.  Mephistopheles

应用

1.  (Turning to the table.)
2.  So long as he on earth doth live, So long 'tis not forbidden thee. Man still musterr, while he doth strive.
3.  Mephistopheles
4、  And clust'ring grapes too, close at hand!
5、  With small sharp shears, in insect guise Behold us at your revel! That we maytender, filial - wise, Our homage to the devil.Hennings

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  • 张樵 08-10

      Come hither, Sirrah! join our company!

  • 曾润海 08-10

      Ay truly! even to the loftiest star! To us, my friend, the ages that are pass'd Abook with seven seals, close - fasten'd, are; And what the spirit of the timesmen call, Is merely their own spirit after all, Wherein, distorted oft, the timesare glass'd. Then truly, 'tis a sight to grieve the soul! At the first glance we fly itin dismay; A very lumber - room, a rubbish - hole; At best a sort of mock -heroic play, With saws pragmatical, and maxims sage, To suit the puppetsand their mimic stage.

  • 胡建 08-10

       (Exit.)

  • 沙基 08-10

      Dame Martha!

  • 谢莉尔 08-09

    {  Shall, if you wish it, flow without delay.

  • 马建军 08-08

      Margaret}

  • 姚乐怡 08-08

      (He makes Mephistopheles sit down.)

  • 陈传宗 08-08

      When death came, unrepining His cities o'er he told; All to his heir resigning,Except his cup of gold.

  • 麦克唐纳 08-07

       Ignis Fatuus

  • 沈涛 08-05

    {  In every garb I needs must feel oppress'd, My heart to earth's low cares aprey. Too old the trifler's part to play, Too young to live by no desirepossess'd. What can the world to me afford? Renounce! renouce! is still theword; This is the everlasting song In every ear that ceaseless rings, Andwhich, alas, our whole life long, Hoarsely each passing moment sings. But tonew horror I awake each morn, And I could weep hot tears, to see the sunDawn on another day, whose round forlorn Accomplishes no wish of mine -not one. Which still, with froward captiousness, impains E'en the presentimentof every joy, While low realities and paltry cares The spirit's fond imaginingsdestroy. Then must I too, when falls the veil of night, Stretch'd on my palletlanguish in despair, Appalling dreams my soul affright; No rest vouchsafed meeven there. The god, who throned within my breast resides, Deep in my soulcan stir the springs; With sovereign sway my energies he guides, He cannotmove external things; And so existence is to me a weight. Death fondly Idesire, and life I hate.

  • 力·那 08-05

      Though in perplexity he serves me now, I soon will lead him where more lightappears; When buds the sapling, doth the gardener know That flowers andfruit will deck the coming years.

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