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فاوست - 1 المقدمة By Johann Wolfgang von Goethe عبد الرحمن بدوي,

  • Title: فاوست - 1 المقدمة
  • Author: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe عبد الرحمن بدوي
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  • Page: 180
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  • Goethe s masterpiece and perhaps the greatest work in German literature, Faust has made the legendary German alchemist one of the central myths of the Western world Here indeed is a monumental Faust, an audacious man boldly wagering with the devil, Mephistopheles, that no magic, sensuality, experience, or knowledge can lead him to a moment he would wish to last forever HGoethe s masterpiece and perhaps the greatest work in German literature, Faust has made the legendary German alchemist one of the central myths of the Western world Here indeed is a monumental Faust, an audacious man boldly wagering with the devil, Mephistopheles, that no magic, sensuality, experience, or knowledge can lead him to a moment he would wish to last forever Here, in Faust, Part I, the tremendous versatility of Goethe s genius creates some of the most beautiful passages in literature Here too we experience Goethe s characteristic humor, the excitement and eroticism of the witches Walpurgis Night, and the moving emotion of Gretchen s tragic fate.This authoritative edition, which offers Peter Salm s wonderfully readable translation as well as the original German on facing pages, brings us Faust in a vital, rhythmic American idiom that carefully preserves the grandeur, integrity, and poetic immediacy of Goethe s words.
    Goethe s masterpiece and perhaps the greatest work in German literature Faust has made the legendary German alchemist one of the central myths of the Western world Here indeed is a monumental Faust

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    1. This is not a review.I cannot attempt to write a review of Goethe s Faust It is a much too personal experience, growing with each time I reread it Since high school, I have been thinking at least five times This is the perfect Goethe moment, his work is written for ME, NOW, it can t get any better, deeper, or any satisfying Well, apparently it can After maybe three or four years, I picked up Faust again, and found that I had finally grown up enough to identify with his most famous quote, the on [...]

    2. First impression Goethe could write his tuckus off Rarely have I encountered prose that commingles in such bounty the trifecta of being, at once, gorgeous to the eye, imbued with passion and saturated with depth and meaning Faust has all three and I was pulled into the seductive narrative from the momentous opening wonderfully titled Prologue from Heaven through the final dramatic climax.I must briefly pause here to add a qualifier to my comments which relate to the version I experienced and not [...]

    3. I read Johann Goethe s Faust in English and partially in German during a college course many years ago It had a huge impact on me as a person and me as a writer Due to it being somewhat out there, I held back a full 5 rating however, I cannot stress how much this book makes you think Beware, it s a little heavy on the literary side, but it s still worth a read, even if you just read the first portion That said, 4 out of 5 starsDetailed Review about 1 3 of a paper I wrote about it a few years ago [...]

    4. Preface NotesChronologyIntroductionTranslator s NoteThe Writing of Faust Further Reading Faust, Part INotes

    5. Faust First Part Goethe s Faust 1 , Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Peter Salm Translator Johann 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 literature 1991 .

    6. A summary Faust I WANT TO EXPERIENCE EVERY HUMAN EMOTION,I WANT TO GAIN THE KNOWLEDGE OF ALL FOUR ELEMENTS,I WANT TO FEEL THE PLEASURES OF THIS WORLD Mephistopheles Yeah,sure thing bro,but before you do that I want to take you to this weird pub,hook you up with a minor whom you ll knock up make you attend a completely pointless annual witch ball.Sounds good Faust You had me at hook up with a minor ,bro.

    7. Dear friend, all theory is gray, and green the golden tree of life.What else to say Towering as an archetype, akin to Hamlet, the Inferno and White Whale this tale of pact has been absorbed into a our cultural bones, like an isotope It is telling to consider that I listened to Tavener while reading this I recently gave Pandora a spin but found that I owned Schnittke than was afforded by my station but if I leave such, will I miss those Penn Station ads I will say that I should ve read my Norto [...]

    8. There s something discomforting about the vague moral convictions of Goethe s Faust character One would assume, that even a scholar living in Goethe s time would find the typical preoccupations of Christian morality somewhat boring, if not basically delusional and overzealous After all, the cacophony of self doubt racing through his mind is not initially brought on by anything that resembles religious guilt He s a man plagued by the hermetic stuffiness of a lifestyle of perpetual deep thought Al [...]

    9. Faust by Goethe was the very first book apart from textbooks, of course I ever put my hands on It was assigned to me when I was in middle school for my Spanish class I know it s a German play, but the teacher was encouraging us to read by asking the whole classroom to donate a book for the course, put it in a box with the others and then randomly pick up one of them each month now that I think of it, the teacher should have payed attention to the books we brought, since I don t think Faust was [...]

    10. Goethe s Faust is a novel rich in metaphor, elaborate verse, imagery, depth, and meaning that not only employs symbolic characters and scenes, but also through such literary techniques weaves its main philosophy of striving and experience as mankind s rightful path Ironically, Faust reveals his disapproval for books as a true source of knowledge in understanding the world we must turn to life and living, and experience instead I call this ironic because while he denounces books, Faust is a book [...]

    11. Sitting on the shelf with the children of Homer, Virgil, Dante, Shakespeare, Milton and Coleridge, Goethe s Faust is amazing in its poetry and depth There are parts of this play poem which seem to capture the whole drama of Man s fall and redemption within a single rhyming couplet David Constantine s translation modernizes this amazing piece of High German lit, but George Madison Priest s translation seems, at least to me, to have a seductive flow and tempting poetry.

    12. Who knew that this book, one of the most famous in literature, was actually two separate works that seem only slightly related I certainly didn t The first part is a fairly ordinary play that gets dunked in profundity through the inclusion of Mephistopheles There are only a few main characters here, and there wasn t much depth to any of them I ve heard that the German is tremendously good, but it s impossible for me to judge I switched back and forth in this part between two different translatio [...]

    13. 4,5 Sterne.Sehr kurzweilige Faustadaption Habe wirklich viel gelacht und es auch in einem Schwung verschlungen Mit den typischen Comicelementen wurde hervorragend herumgespielt und sprachlich wurde Goethe ziemlich geschickt eingebunden.Trotzdem bleibt bei mir der Eindruck haften, dass man doch etwas mehr aus Goethes Vorlage h tte machen k nnen Also keine volle Punktzahl, aber sehr dicht dran.

    14. Goethe s Faust, particularly the first part is one of the monuments of western literature The characters of Mephisto, Faust and Margarite and unforgettable It has, of course inspired operas from Berlioz to Busoni and books writers such as Thomas Mann It was actually adapted from an earlier version by Christopher Marlowe but Goethe s version is even sinister and lifelike a Must

    15. This was assigned reading for university I was quite confused and disconnected from the play as I read it Although I did understand and could follow what was happening, I was lost as to the relevance of the play I did not enjoy reading it But then I continued on to analysing the play and studying it and there was where I discovered its worth, the themes it discusses and could appreciate the wit and aim of the play But it still couldn t be counted as an enjoyable or very enlightening read for me [...]

    16. Philosophy, blasphemy, sorcery, seduction, murder and orgy oh my So at the roaring loam of timeI weave the godhead s living garment.I didn t have the kind of education in which this book was required reading not that I ever really bothered to read whatever was required anyway And failing to remember Goethe in answer to an IQ question 10 years ago has ever since bothered me to some degree or another But if such things were in the works to ensure that when I did read this book I would be most capa [...]

    17. Ich verstehe ja sehr wenig vom Genre Graphic Novel, aber alles, was ich in diesem Bereich in letzter Zeit gelesen habe, hat mir gut gefallen.Faust von Flix transportiert das uralte Thema der Versuchung des Menschen durch Mephisto in das 21 Jahrhundert Diese Idee ist an und f r sich schon sehr genial und au erordentlich gelungen sehr modern, glaubw rdig und konsistent umgesetzt.Die moderne Eventagentur Happy Life schlie t zur Wunscherf llung mit dem Klienten, genannt Opfer, einen Vertrag in dem d [...]

    18. Tricksters make this worldLord to Mephisto And never come but finding fault always Never a thing on earth gives you content The first conversation between the Lord and Mephisto begins with Mephisto s discontentment towards people in earth He cannot understand the disparity between humans The discontentment isn t really a discontentment but inability to accept the things the way they are Isn t that ambition all about He doesn t say that out loud but its given to him as an answer by the lord.The v [...]

    19. This book play has ADD Seriously We start in heaven, with Mephistopheles making some sort of vague deal with God to try and get a Doctor Faust damned They say that this Faust is some sort of a Job, even though we then cut to him despairing enough to contemplate suicide and he hasn t even met Mephistopheles yet The demon then turns into a poodle seriously follows him in from a brief walk, and ends up making a deal with him I m not really sure about the deal because they throw in all sorts of conf [...]

    20. WARNING THIS REVIEW APPARENTLY CONTAINS SPOILERS PLEASE TURN BACK NOW TO SPARE YOURSELF THE TRAUMA FROM ALL OF THESE SPOILERS I M SERIOUS, YOU PROBABLY SHOULDN T READ THIS MY WRIST WAS PROPERLY SLAPPED DUE TO THE SPOILERS I LET LOOSE IN THIS REVIEWR GOD S SAKE, THINK OF THE CHILDREN AND TURN BACK WHILE YOU STILL CAN ARE YOU SURE YOU REALLY WANT TO READ THIS REVIEW, CHOCKED FULL OF SPOILERS WELL THEN, BE IT ON YOUR OWN HEAD I DID TRY TO WARN YOU DON T COME CRYING TO ME WHEN YOU HAVE THE ENTIRE BO [...]

    21. Brilliant Cannot be read fast and cannot be read once Definitely stopped me with cold shivers when the genius of the writing surprised me at my first reading I had no idea if what was possible in writing until I started reading the Great Books If the play of smart writing rings a bell within you, you have to read a good version of this.

    22. So I read the Randall Jarrell translation which I couldn t find on I liked Jerrell s prose translations, but the verse lines yeesh Riding the rhyming struggle bus It hurt.I don t know what it is about German literature I won t say I like all German literature Christa Wolf and Joseph Roth are painfully boring but I definitely like a disproportionate amount compared to non German lit I don t know what it is about their way of looking at the world, but many, many German language writers give me shi [...]

    23. Through many a long day you ll be taughtThat what you once did without thinking,As easy as if it were eating or drinking,Must be done in order one two three But truly, this though factory of oursIs like some weaver s masterpiece One treadle stirs a thousand threads,This way and that the shuttles whistle,Threads flow invisibly, one strokeTies a thousand knots The philosopher steps inAnd proves to you it had to be so The first was so, the second was so,And therefore the third and fourth were so.If [...]

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