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Scene - XIV. Prologue in heaven. Scene - XV. Scene - I. Scene - XVI. Scene - II. Scene - XVII. Scene - III. Scene - IV.
Scene - XIX. Scene - V. Scene - XX. Scene - VI. Scene - XXI. Scene - VII. Scene - XXII. Scene - VIII. Scene - IX.
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Henry Keppel.. Blythe Harding. In way of introducing the song, he mentions that he had recently been in Spain. I am wondering what was the source of the song?
While Godoy was in the favor of Queen Maria Luisa, it is written that his government was corrupt and that he was not well liked by citizens of Spain.
In fact, according to one article I read, " Godoy who was captured and mauled by a mob in Aranjuez, was rescued by the French and sent to France.
He died in Paris. The text I am using is an English translation of Faust, in the original meters, by Bayard Taylor, which had an original copyright date of He called his man of stitches; The tailor came straightway: Here, measure the lad for breeches.
And measure his coat, I say! And the lords and ladies of honor Were plagued, awake and in bed; The queen she got them upon her, The maids were bitten and bled.
Posted By Susan R. The angels from his visage splendid Draw power, whose measure none can say; The lofty worlds, uncomprehended, Are bright as on the earliest day.
Gabriel: And swift, and swift beyond conceiving, The splendor of the world goes round, Day's Eden-brightness still relieves The awful Night's intense profound: The ocean-tides in foam are breaking, Against the rocks' deep bases hurled, And both, the spheric race partaking, Eternal, swift, are onward whirled.
Michael And rival storms abroad are surging From seas to land, and land to sea. A chain of deepest action forging Round all, in wrathful energy.
There flames a desolation, blazing Before the Thunder's crashing way: Yet, Lord, thy messengers are praising The gentle movement of Thy day.
The Three Though still by them uncomprehended, From these the angels draw their power, And all Thy works, sublime and splendid, Are bright as in Creation's hour.
Mephistopheles Since Thou, o Lord. Pardon, this troop I cannot follow after With lofty speech, though by them scorned and spurned: My pathos certainly would move thee to laughter, If Thou hadst not all merriment unlearned.
Of suns and worlds I've nothing to be quoted: How men torment themselves, is all I've noted. The little god o' the world sticks to the same old way, And is as whimsical as on Creation's day, Life somewhat better might content him, But for the gleam of heavenly light which Thou has lent him: He calls it Reason--thence his power's increased, to be far beastlier than any beast.
Saving Thy Gracious Presence, he to me A long-legged grasshopper appears to be, That springing flies. Would he still lay among the grass he grows in!
Each bit of dung he seeks, to stick his nose in. The Lord Hast thou, then, nothing more to mention? Come'st ever, thus, with ill intention?
Find'st nothing right on earth, eternally? Mephistopheles No, Lord! I find thing, there, still as they can be.
This version retains many references to Hermetics, astrology, and alchemy. There was a Lion red, a wooer daring, Within the Lily's tepid bath espoused, A both, tormented by the flame unsparing, By turns in either bridal chamber housed, If then appeared, with colors splendid, The young queen in her crystal shell, This was the medicine--the patients' woes soon ended, And none demanded: who got well?
Thus we, our hellish boluses compounding, among these vales and hills surrounding, Worse than pestilence, have passed.
Thousands were done to death from poison of my giving; And I must hear, by all the living, The shameless murderers praised at last! And, thoughout the early chapters there is evidence that the younger Dr.
Faust has abandoned much of the alchemical practices while he still pursues Hermetic practices such the invoking of Spirits. Given the vastly different scientific and cultural views of the world we now live in as compared to when Faust was written and translated , I am looking for others who have read a translation which retained the original focus on Romantic thought as well as the Hermetic, astrological and alchemical aspects of the works.
I am hoping to discuss these aspects in respect to main theme s of the book. For instance, I would like to discuss the varying levels of interpretation of the alchemical process sited above such as the a whole layer of alchemical symbolic pertaining to the colors of the lion and the lily as well as the actual process of which the goal was to produce an elixir to be used as medicine against the plague.
For instance, with the imagery of marriage, a union occurs between the masculine Scarlet Lion perhaps, reddish mercuric oxide and the feminine lily perhaps, hydrochloric acid which are heated over a flame to yield the offspring of the young queen.
At the same time, the analogy of the red lion and the lily can refer to the raw material of our experience, our thoughts and feelings, and the metaphysical goal to reach a direct Gnostic of reality.
I am hopeful others who share my interest will join in the discourse. I know that the real Faust us was a magician doctor? That I know of, there are two Faust us plays.
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Faust part 1 I am new to this site Susan Posted By Susan R. The Metaphysics of Faust "Raphael: The sun-orb sings, in emulation, Mid brother spheres, in his ancient round: His path predestined through Creation He ends with step of thunder-sound.
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Introductory Note. Prologue for the Theatre.Each Casino Onine of dung he Handy Top10, to stick his nose in. Sound Mix: Dolby Digital. Ist das ein teuflisch Lügenspiel? Was hast? I have several of the german copies too. Erzählt mir doch! Habt ihr so mancherley? Ihr scheint ein sehr verwöhnter Mann.