Faust. First Part - A Witch's Kitchen and A Street Summary & Analysis

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A Witch's Kitchen and A Street Summary

Faust and Mephistopheles visit a witch for a potion to make Faust appear young. A female baboon tends the witch's caldron while a male baboon watches their children. The baboons say the witch is dinning out and is late. Mephistopheles banters with the baboons about the contents of the boiling pot as well as a sieve on the shelf. Meanwhile, Faust moves back and forth in front of a mirror where he sees the image of a beautiful girl. He believes she holds paradise in her body. Mephistopheles promises to find the girl for him once they finish their business with the witch. The baboons have made Mephistopheles sit down, and have given him a whisk and broken crown.

The female baboon has forgotten the pot and it boils over just as the...

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