The Lord agrees, claiming that Faust will remain a loyal follower. In his despair, Faust brews a poison to commit suicide. . of the Tragedy · The Second Part of the Tragedy · Relationship between the parts · Basic themes. Although he is granted salvation at the end of the poem, Faust is a great tragic hero. His tragedy has been described as that of "titanism," for he tries to step. I. The Faust -Legend II. Chronology of Faust III. Scene from Marlowe's " Faustus" SECOND PART OF THE TRAGEDY. act I. Scene I. A Pleasant.
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That, from this den released, and free, Life be at last revealed to thee I FAUST, This life of earth, whatever my attire, Would pain me in its wonted fasLion. O, now am I sure of thee! All for the dance the shepherd dressed, In ribbons, wreath, and gayest vest Himself with care arraying: In all its tides sweeps not the world away, And shall a promise bind my being? Whence, all around me, glows the air so brightly. Will as servant, slave, with thee abide. Faust , Spohr La damnation de Faust , Berlioz Faust , Gounod Mefistofele , Boito Faust and Marguerite , Lutz Faust up to Date , Lutz Doktor Faust —25, Busoni Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights The Rake's Progress , Stravinsky Reuben, Reuben Historia von D.