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Faust Der Tragödie erster und zweiter Teil

IvilisationThis new translation of both parts of Faust preserves the poetic character of the original its tragic pathos and hilarious comedy In addition John Williams has translated the Urfaust a fascinating glimpse into the young Goethe's imagination and a selection from the draft scenarios for the Walpurgis Night witches' sabbath material so ribald and blasphemous that Goethe did not dare publish i. Yep it s actually epic fantasy Don t let the stage actors or the music and the poetry fool you There s demons vast battlefields an epic battle for one s soul with TWO WHOLE HOSTS fighting and of course there s that thing about the toothpick and getting Helen of Troy pregnantThe original is in German There MIGHT be something in that An interesting story Or perhaps Goethe was one hell of a weird artistActually scratch that he was Like an opium dream Breakdown I loved the poetry and most of the translation It was pretty neat What there was of the original story was slightly convoluted and drawn out The battle was pretty cool too It s Faust A classic tale But you know whatI LIKE MARLOWE S BETTER

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Ical companion MephistophelesPart One presents Faust's pact with the Devil and the harrowing tragedy of his love affair with the young Gretchen Part Two shows Faust's experience in the world of public affairs including his encounter with Helen of Troy the emblem of classical beauty and culture The whole is a symbolic and panoramic commentary on the human condition and on modern European history and c. Here I am a speck of flesh and bones in the vast ocean of time rating and attempting to review this timeless masterpiece of classic literature I guess artists are doomed to be eternally judged by those to whom their work is exposed even centuries after their time You think Goethe even imagined that after two and a half centuries a Greek nobody would not talk about his Faust in a non place called internet I know I may be getting a bit weird here but hey I just read Faust What did you expectAnyway I think it s one of the best literary works ever created The way Goethe used alternating styles in his writing was genius The scene on Walpurgis Night is one of the most trippy psychedelic out there things I ve ever read But the most impressive is the concept itself With the catharsis only foreshadowed but never played before your eyes you feel in every rhyme that Faust is nothing but a puppet in the hands of himself higher powers Trapped by his own will to live to fly high and his tendency to stay stuck on the ground he becomes a vulnerable victim for our friend Mephistopheles And a strange journey beginsOk I surpassed myself here Just one thing I d like to say that reading Faust after midnight by the fireplace with the only source of light being the fire and the lights on the Christmas tree is one hell of experienceCheers

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Translated with an Introduction and Notes by John R WilliamsGoethe's Faust is a classic of European literature Based on the fable of the man who traded his soul for superhuman powers and knowledge it became the life's work of Germany's greatest poet Beginning with an intriguing wager between God and Satan it charts the life of a deeply flawed individual his struggle against the nihilism of his diabol. Faust Johann Wolfgang von GoetheFaust is a tragic play in two parts by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe usually known in English as Faust Part One and Faust Part Two Although rarely staged in its entirety it is the play with the largest audience numbers on German language stages Faust is considered by many to be Goethe s magnum opus and the greatest work of German literature 1991 2003 1363 1376 1392 1363 1395 700 12061399


About the Author: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a German writer George Eliot called him Germany's greatest man of letters and the last true polymath to walk the earth Goethe's works span the fields of poetry drama literature theology humanism and science Goethe's magnum opus lauded as one of the peaks of world literature is the two part drama Faust Goethe's other well known literary works include h



10 thoughts on “Faust Der Tragödie erster und zweiter Teil

  1. says:

    StudentHey Professor I could use a handI just read a play I didn’t understandProfessorAnd what was this play p

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    Faust Johann Wolfgang von GoetheFaust is a tragic play in two parts by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe usually known in English as Faust Part One and Faust Part Two Although rarely staged in its entirety it is the play with the largest audience numbers on German language stages Faust is considered by many to be Goethe's magnum opus and the greatest work of German literatureعنوانها فاوست؛ تراژدی فاوست و زن

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    Faust Johann Wolfgang von GoetheJohann Wolfgang von Goethe's Faust is a tragic play in two parts usually known in English as Faust Part One and Faust Part Two Although rarely staged in its entirety it is the play with the largest audience numbers on German language stages Faust is considered by many to be Goethe's magnum opus and the greatest work of German literatureعنوانها فاوست؛ تراژدی فاوست و زند

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    This is a re read for me since I read excerpts of the first act in college I enjoyed reading this and enjoyed the Walter Kaufmann translation The concept of the devil witchcraft selling one's sole and the downward spiral that follows such an ordeal has always intrigued me I tend to read the introduction and that was 56 pages of valuable information about the philosophical framework characters historical background and an

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    `My name is Ozymandias King of KingsLook on my works ye mighty and despair' Percy Bysshe Shelley 'Ozymandias'Wer immer strebend sich bemühtDe

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    Here I am a speck of flesh and bones in the vast ocean of time rating and attempting to review this timeless masterpiece of classic literature I guess artists are doomed to be eternally judged by those to whom their work is exposed even centuries after their time You think Goethe even imagined that after two and a half centuries a Greek nobody would not talk about his Faust in a non place called internet? I know I may be getting a

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    Yep it's actually epic fantasy Don't let the stage actors or the music and the poetry fool you There's demons vast battlefields an epic battle for one's soul with TWO WHOLE HOSTS fighting and of course there's that thing about the toothpick and

  8. says:

    Faust has definitely inspired a great many other works of fiction I still remember people complaining in the early 2000's a complaint which h

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    Senior year at Grinne

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    I'm glad I read this if only because my preconceptions of this work have been shattered It's not loaded with philosophy in fact there are hardly any abstruse passages It's got a modern feel; according to Kaufmann

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