The Effulgence Within: Faustus' Last Soliloquy Just Before he is Carried Away to Hell

Friday, November 11, 2016

Faustus' Last Soliloquy Just Before he is Carried Away to Hell

I hope that this will match with UKUSA's train of thoughts. RPresta wished a continuation. Faustus’ great final soliloquy marks the tragic consummation of the play. In fear we accept the littleness and powerlessness of man, and in pity, we share his sufferings and sympathies with his appeals. In the... Sign in to see full entry.

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