Doctor Faustus - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue Summary

The Chorus explains that Faustus is dead. Furthermore, he has died and gone to hell because he wanted too much from life.

Epilogue Analysis

Here, there is an allusion to laurel and the Roman god Apollo. This is because Apollo's sacred tree is the laurel and laurel is the traditional symbol of triumph.

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