Faust. First Part - Faust's Study (I & II) and Auerbach's Tavern in Leipzig Summary & Analysis

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Faust's Study (I & II) and Auerbach's Tavern in Leipzig Summary

In the sixth scene Faust enters his study content with himself and God, but the poodle refuses to be calm. Faust entices the dog to be silent as he contemplates his new found contentment and begins to read and interpret a volume of Holy Scriptures. Faust tries to study but the poodle interrupts his study by howling and growling. As Faust watches, the poodle seems to transform into a hideous beast, then hides behind the stove. A mist or fog fills the room and the Mephistopheles steps from behind the stove in place of the dog. Faust at first believes his visitor to be a wandering student but as introductions are made learns he is affiliated with the devil himself.

Mephistopheles attempts to leave Faust's study but...

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