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Faust - Part 1 - A SUMMER-HOUSE Post by :IdeaGuy Category :Plays Author :Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe Date :June 2011 Read :823

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Faust - Part 1 - A SUMMER-HOUSE

A SUMMER-HOUSE


(MARGARET runs in, hides behind the door, holds the tip of her
finger to her lip, and peeps through the crevice.)


MARGARET

He comes!

FAUST

Ah, little rogue, so thou
Think'st to provoke me! I have caught thee now!
(He kisses her.)

MARGARET

(embracing him, and returning the kiss)

Dearest of men! I love thee from my heart!
(MEPHISTOPHELES knocks.)

Who's there?

FAUST (stamping)

MEPHISTOPHELES

A friend!

FAUST

A brute!

MEPHISTOPHELES

MARTHA (comes)

Ay, it is late, good sir.

FAUST

Mayn't I attend you, then?

MARGARET

Oh no--my mother would--adieu, adieu!

FAUST

And must I really then take leave of you? Farewell!

MARTHA

Good-bye!

MARGARET

Ere long to meet again!

(Exeunt FAUST and MEPHISTOPHELES.)

MARGARET

Good heavens! how all things far and near
Must fill his mind,--a man like this!
Abash'd before him I appear,
And say to all things only, yes.
Poor simple child, I cannot see,
What 'tis that he can find in me.
(Exit.)

Content of A SUMMER-HOUSE (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's play/drama: Faust Part 1)

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