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- Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
- well call to mind the figure of FaustFaust, into whom Goethe poured so many of his
- own feelings and ideas. When Faust, despairing of all existence, comes near
- Faust, after experiencing the most bitter despair, to find his way back into
- Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
- necessary that Goethe gives to FaustFaust the great lines, addressed to
- Faust begs in order to escape from the fetters of his companion,
- Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
- Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
- idea which could appease in some way his Faustian aspirations. But
- his own creation — the figure of FaustFaust, in whom were embodied all his
- merged in the figure of Faust that we encounter today. What sort of figure is
- objective character of Faust. Dante gives us his most intimate personal
- sufferings of Faust are not those of Goethe's life. They are free
- to identify Goethe with Faust. Faust is an individual character, but we
- cannot imagine that an array of Faust-like figures could have been created,
- but the difference between them and Faust is obvious. Faust is not
- own personality. Dante brings before us the vision of one man, himself; Faust
- Faust an individualised figure, but Faust is not a single individual; he is
- soul-life of every-man, typified by Faust. And because the ego is able to go
- Title: Lecture: Prayer
- upward from the present is so essential, Goethe has Faust
- say, then, that it is the attitude of prayer for which Faust
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