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日期:2020-08-07 16:07:32

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Will none but this old beldame do? Canst not thyself the potion brew?Mephistopheles
2.  I beg most humbly to salute The gallant with the cloven foot! Let him a . . .have ready here, If he a . . . does not fear.
3.  'Tis when the roof rings back the tone, Then first the full power of the bass isknown.
4.  Faust
5.  He loves me!
6.  I'm in no mood to see him now.


1.  His lofty step, His bearing high, The smile of his lip, The power of his eye,His witching words, Their tones of bliss, His hand's fond pressure And ah -his kiss! My peace is gone, My heart is sore, I find it never, And nevermore.My bosom aches To feel him near; Ah, could I clasp And fold him here!Kiss him and kiss him Again would I, And on his kisses I fain would die.Martha's Garden
2.  Faust
3.  The Witch
4.  This is antipathy!
5.  Each may his own selection make.
6.  Faust


1.  The Witch
2.  Frosch
3.  "Though she, God knows, was more to blame than I."Martha
4.  They are about to recommence; - the play Will be the last of seven, and spick- span new 'Tis usual here that number to present. A dilettante did the pieceinvent, And dilettanti will enact it too. Excuse me, gentlemen; to me's assign'dAs dilettante to uplift the curtain.
5.   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
6.  What I can!


1.  Still here! what arrogance! unheard of quite! Vanish; we now have fill'd theworld with light! Laws are unheeded by the devil's host; Wise as we are, yetTegel hath its ghost! How long at this conceit I've swept with all my might,Lost is the labour: 'tis unheard of quite!
2.  Nay, such discourse, be it confessed, Is just the thing that pleases me thebest.
3.  The question trifling seems from one, Who it appears the Word doth rate solow; Who, undeluded by mere outward show, To Being's depths wouldpenetrate alone.
4、  Martha
5、  Mephistopheles




  • 陈林祯 08-06

      In misery! despairing! long wandering pitifully on the face of the earth andnow imprisoned! This gentle hapless creature, immured in the dungeon as amalefactor and reserved for horrid tortures! That it should come to this! Tothis! - Perfidious, worthless spirit, and this thou hast concealed from me!Stand! ay, stand! roll in malicious rage thy fiendish eyes! Stand and brave mewith thine insupportable presence! Imprisoned! In hopeless misery! Deliveredover to the power of evil spirits and the judgment of unpitying humanity! Andme, the while, thou wert lulling with tasteless dissipations, concealing from meher growing anguish, and leaving her to perish without help!Mephistopheles

  • 范为华 08-06


  • 郭姗姗 08-06

       How different, Gretchen, was it once with thee, When thou, still full ofinnocence, Here to the altar camest, And from the small and well - conn'dbook Didst lisp thy prayer, Half childish sport, Half God in thy young heart!Gretchen! What thoughts are thine? What deed of shame Lurks in thy sinfulheart? Is thy prayer utter'd for thy mother's soul, Who into long, long tormentslept through thee? Whose blood is on thy threshold? - And stirs there notalready 'neath thy heart Another quick'ning pulse, that even now Torturesitself and thee With its foreboding presence?

  • 钟隆安 08-06

      Doubtless the purest happiness was thine.

  • 梅丽莎·里奥 08-05

    {  Come often over here to me, The gems put on quite privately; And thenbefore the mirror walk an hour or so, Thus we shall have our pleasure too.Then suitable occasions we must seize, As at a feast, to show them bydegrees: A chain at first, pearl ear - drops then, - your mother Won't seethem, or we'll coin some tale or other.

  • 徐荣耀 08-04

      Your parting soul to God commend! Your dying breath in slander will youspend?}

  • 云小淞 08-04

      Say what has happened, what's it all about?

  • 欧鸿 08-04

      How all things live and work, and ever blending, Weave one vast whole fromBeing's ample range! How powers celestial, rising and descending, Theirgolden buckets ceaseless interchange! Their flight on rapture - breathingpinions winging, From heaven to earth their genial influence bringing, Throughthe wild sphere their chimes melodious ringing!A wondrous show! but ah! a show alone! Where shall I grasp thee, infinitenature, where? Ye breasts, ye fountains of all life, whereon Hang heaven andearth, from which the withered heart For solace yearns, ye still impart Yoursweet and fostering tides - where are ye - where? Ye gush, and must Ilanguish in despair?

  • 晏少翔 08-03

       Now in some puddle will he take his station, Such is his mode of seekingconsolation; Where leeches, feasting on his rump, will drain Spirits alike andspirit from his brain.

  • 袁佳娟 08-01

    {  My little ones these spirits be. Hark! with shrewd intelligence, How theyrecommend to thee Action, and the joys of sense! In the busy world to dwell,Fain they would allure thee hence: For within this lonely cell, Stagnate sap oflife and sense.

  • 丁菲 08-01

      Ye twain, in trouble and distress True friends whom I so oft have found, Say,for our scheme on German ground, What prospect have we of success? Fainwould I please the public, win their thanks; They live and let live, hence it isbut meet. The posts are now erected, and the planks, And all look forward toa festal treat. Their places taken, they, with eyebrows rais'd, Sit patiently, andfain would be amaz'd. I know the art to hit the public taste, Yet ne'er of failurefelt so keen a dread; True, they are not accustomed to the best, But thenappalling the amount they've read. How make our entertainment striking, new,And yet significant and pleasing too? For to be plain, I love to see the throng,As to our booth the living tide progresses; As wave on wave successive rollsalong, And through heaven's narrow portal forceful presses; Still in broaddaylight, ere the clock strikes four, With blows their way towards the boxthey take; And, as for bread in famine, at the baker's door, For tickets arecontent their necks to break. Such various minds the bard alone can sway,My friend, oh work this miracle to - day!