Book Notes Scene 8: An Inn-Yard Notes from Dr. Faustus

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Dr. Faustus Scene 8: An Inn-Yard

Robin the Ostler enters, having stolen one of Faustus' conjuring books. He is excited about the prospects of using magical powers to fulfill his lustful desires.

His friend, Ralph, calls for him, telling Robin that a gentleman at the inn wants his horse cleaned. Robin tells him to keep out. Ralph wonders what Robin is doing with a book since he cannot read. Robin tells Ralph that with this book of magic, he can get him all the drink he wants. And he can make the kitchenmaid serve him in any way. Ralph is excited and they make plans to use the book of spells later.

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