Faust. Part Two Quotes

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"Nature and mind—those words are infamous/ To Christians; for them atheists burn/ Because such talk is highly dangerous." (Act I, Scene 2, 176)

Mephistopheles: "The World Remains, now as before,/ One vast, huge fool forevermore." (Act I, Scene 3, 182)

Homunculus: "Romantic ghosts are all that you would know/ Real ghosts are classical and must be so." (Act II, Scene 2, 242)

Lynceus: "Threaten to destroy me: Beauty/Conquers anger and subdues." (Act III, Scene 2, 316)

Phorkyas: "Your old Gods have had their day,/ They are finished, let them be./No one knows them anymore." (Act III, Scene 3, 330)

Euphorion: "Whoever cries/In times of peace for war, Hopeless lies/With nothing to live for." (Act III, Scene 3, 335)

Faust: "Doing is all, and fame is naught." (Act IV, Scene 1, 348)

Emperor: "I could dismember my whole empire by this course." (Act IV, Scene 3, 375)

Faust: "The envious sound reminds me still/ Complete possession is not mine." (Act...

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