Doctor Faustus Essay | Faustus' Final Speech

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Faustus' Final Speech

Summary: Dr. Faustus by Marlowe is a story about a man that will give his soul to the devil to have power. Faustus was a Renaissance man, and everything he already had just wasn't enough, he was always searching for more. At the end of the play Faustus' time on Earth was coming to an end, and he had one last chance to say whatever he wanted to say. In this speech he talks about his pact with Lucifer, asks for repentance, and discusses the reality of the situation he has been in.
Dr. Faustus by Marlowe is a story about a man that will give his soul to the devil to have power. Faustus was a Renaissance man, and everything he already had just wasn't enough, he was always searching for more. At the end of the play Faustus' time on Earth was coming to an end, and he had one last chance to say whatever he wanted to say. In this speech he talks about his pact with Lucifer, asks for repentance, and discusses the reality of the situation he has been in.

In Faustus' final speech he says that his pact with Lucifer was a mistake, and that he doesn't want to die. For the twenty-four years he had the powers everything was fine, but when the time was up he was begging for his life. As midnight, the hour that his life was to end, was...

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