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This rating was rather difficult for me I loved the first part, and wasthan ready to give it 5 stars, but the second part completely threw me for a loop I would rate it only two stars for lack of structure, coherence, character development or even thematic unity It s called Faust, but hardly even follows Faust at all, focusing instead on an aimless diatribe of Greek mythology that feels utterly pointless to the story the play set out to tell Very odd I ll have to read up on Goethe s intentions for it, because right now I m completely at a loss It seemed to serve no discernible purpose at all except to allow the poet to show off his education in classic references, making it almost unintelligible to most modern readers I d imagine As for producing it on stage, I don t see how Even as a film script it seems impossible What s my opinion worth, on this popular and mysterious masterpiece I m still not sure I ve got my head around it It is filled with symbols and poetry that I couldn t quite grasp on the first read This is doubtless partly because of my imperfect German But I found the play as a whole deeply moving, and the parts that I did understand I found deeply intelligent This is a text I will certainly revisit, perhaps with the help of some literary scholars to illuminate the darker passages This is not a book for the faint hearted I understand why it is often said to be an unstageable play But if you have the patience, you will certainly find wit, wisdom and beauty in its pages. @Pdf ¼ Faust õ Die Ausgabe Bietet Den Text Des Faust Der Trag Die Erster Teil , Der Trag Die Zweiter Teil Und Des Urfaust DerSeiten Umfassende Kommentarteil Enth Lt U Erungen Ber Den Faust Sowie Quellen Zur Entstehungsgeschichte Des Werkes, Ein Interpretierendes Nachwort Des Herausgebers, Bibliographische Hinweise UndSeiten Anmerkungen So Wird Dem Leser Eine Gr Ndliche Einarbeitung In Die Komplexe Dichtung Des Faust M Glich Gemacht Goethe Begann Seinen Faust ImLebensjahr Und Beendete Ihn ImDas Werk Hat Aus Der F Lle Dieses Reichen Lebens Und Aus Der Umfassenden Bildung Seiner Zeit Die Mannigfachtsten Elemente In Sich Aufgenommen W Hrend Vieles Unmittelbar Verst Ndlich Ist, Setzt Anderes Voraus, Da Man Mit Goethes Geistiger Welt Vertraut Ist Besonders Jene Teile, Die Goethe Im Alter Schrieb, Schalten Souver N Mit Motiven Aus Dem Altertum Und Aus Dem Mittelalter, So Da Der Leser Sich Hier Die N Tigen Kenntnisse Erarbeiten Mu Die Vorliegende Ausgabe Ist Mit EinemSeiten Umfassenden Kommentar Versehen, Der In Allgemeinverst Ndlicher Und Klarer Sprache, Jedoch Auf Wissenschaftlicher Grundlage, In Die Faust Dichtung Einf Hrt Und Damit Eine Solche Einarbeitung M Glich Macht Der Text Beider Teile Des Werkes Wird Auf Grund Der Ausgabe Letzter Hand Wiedergegeben Hinzugef Gt Ist Der Sogenannte Urfaust , Den Man SeitKennt Er Ist In Der K Nstlerischen Einheit Seines Fragmentarischen Aufbaus Ein Werk Eigener Art, Das Der Heutige Leser Neben Dem Fertigen Werk Nicht Missen WillInhaltsverzeichnis ZueignungVorspiel Auf Dem TheaterProlog Im HimmelDer Trag Die Erster TeilDer Trag Die Zweiter TeilFaust In Urspr Nglicher Gestalt Urfaust KOMMENTARTEILGoethe Ber Seinen Faust Quellen Zur Entstehungsgeschichte Des Faust NachwortAnmerkungenZur Text BerlieferungBibliographie Der Teufel als Nihilist Ich bin der Geist der stets verneint Und das mit Recht denn alles was entstehtIst werth da es zu Grunde geht Drum besser w r s da nichts entst nde.So ist denn alles was ihr S nde,Zerst rung, kurz das B se nennt,Mein eigentliches Element.Faust, 1, 1388 1344 Vorbei ein dummes Wort Warum vorbei Vorbei und reines Nicht, vollkommnes Einerlei Was soll uns denn das ew ge Schaffen Geschaffenes zu nichts hinwegzuraffen Da ist s vorbei Was ist daran zu lesen Es ist so gut, als w r es nicht gewesen, Und treibt sich doch im Kreis, als wenn es w re Ich liebte mir daf r das Ewig Leere.Faust, 2, 11596 11603 I was not at all impressed of Goethe s masterpiece It s basically about one old man who chases two chicks one that is almost 15 years old and another, a famous dead porn star of the antiquity, Helen of Troy I can clearly see that the play is modern and perhaps ahead of its time the avant guarde modernity consists in the comical, burlesque, absurd elements of the drama It almost seems that Faust virally creates his own parody The second part which I find almost unreadable appears to have formally influenced the fourth part of Nietzsche s Zarathustra The relationship between Mephistopheles and Faust may be similar to that between Lestat and Louis Goethe s conclusion from his eighties is identical with that from his twenties It s all about Eros Schopenhauer and Freud will add to that later on. Faust is a play consisting of two extremely different parts My rating reflects that the first part was a lovely four star read for me The second part only gets a meagre two star rating.It s rather curious that these parts are somehow supposed to form one narration They differ from each other like day and night The first part is funny, entertaining, sarcastic and flexible The second is rigid, heavy with symbolism and hidden meanings The first part was easy to read and engaging, the second part was tedious and far fetched.Though it s probably the second part that makes Faust the best German book ever , but I didn t enjoy the second half at all The narration barely makes sense by then, and it s just characters stating ideological statements, in a mythological straight jacket It was one of the most forced pieces of fiction I have ever read.The first, however, was lovely In that one the Devil has amazing lines that I read to my boyfriend, because they were just that cool It s in this part that Faust is being a weepy dude, and where he makes a pact with the Devil They get in all kinds of antics, where the Devil seemsto be a man with a mischievous streak than pure evil The second part was just one big ugh Not even to mention the literal deus ex machina that happens near the end Not cool, Wolfgang. Emozionante e denso di lirismo, va letto assolutamente per capire di cosa si sta parlando Lo considero un opera importantissima, se non imprescindibile per chi vuole conoscere il Romanticismo tedesco in particolare e una storia indimenticabile. Ist ein bi chen arg klischeehaft, das aufzunehmen, aber trotzdem Eines meiner Lieblingsb cher Einfach wunderbar 3 It s a tragedy this book and also the fact the I have not read it yet There are a couple of editions in our house and I picked the oldest one Faust I II and Urfaust Deutsche Buch Gemeinschaft, Berlin, 1924 25 Set in Fraktur of course it will be some challenge to even decipher the words. Anyone can read Faust but who can really say that he understand it I know I don t For those who seek a little bit enlightenment on this subject, I can recommend the book by Rudolf Steiner Goethe s Secret Revelation and The Riddle of Faust and, of course, his other books about Goethe.