Faust: A Tragedy, in Two Parts, Volume 1

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Arthur Taylor (print), 1838
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I
5
II
17
III
23
IV
25
V
45
VI
63
VII
77
VIII
103
XV
165
XVI
175
XVII
177
XVIII
185
XIX
189
XX
197
XXI
201
XXII
205

IX
121
X
137
XI
141
XII
147
XIII
151
XIV
161
XXIII
213
XXIV
217
XXV
239
XXVI
251
XXVII
257

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Page 191 - With it fill thy heart, big as it is, and when 'thou art wholly blest in the feeling, then call it what thou wilt ! Call it Bliss !— Heart !— Love !— God ! I have no name for it ! Feeling is all in all.
Page 214 - Quid sum miser tunc dicturus? Quem patronum rogaturus? Cum vix justus sit securus.
Page 254 - Mephistopheles I will conduct thee. And what I can do, — hear! Have I all power in heaven and upon earth? I'll cloud the senses of the warder, — do thou possess thyself of the keys and lead her forth with human hand! I will keep w.uch!

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