Faust Quotes

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"After a sensual life he is carried off by the Devil, but in the final act he is regenerated and his soul is saved..."
Introduction, p. 7

"My dear sir, I realize that you are well disposed toward me, and I know myself what you have been telling me. But I have gone further than you think and have pledged myself to the devil with my own blood, to be in his eternity, body and soul. How then, can I return? Or how could I be helped?"
Introduction, Chap. 4, pp. 16-17

"They fight and push each other, coax and vex,
And, as in famine time, for bread at baker's door,
To get a ticket almost break their necks."
The Prelude in the Theatre, p. 71




"My pathos would be sure to make you laugh,
Were laughing not a habit you've unlearned,
Of suns and worlds I know nothing to say...

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