Scene Seven

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March 4, 2017

 

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This contrasts to any qualities he has exposed before. Faustus seems to have adopted some humility and forgotten his former arrogance and hubris evident as early as scene one, ‘And reign sole king of all our provinces.’ As the scene progresses, Mephastophilis withholds some power, ‘Nay Faustus stay’ as he advises Faustus against seeing the pope...
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Mephastophilis’ human qualities emerge again as he almost seems fearful of the pope and his position in the religious world. This scene is significant to Faustus also as it shows the contrasts between the good and evil influences on him. Faustus makes it clear by his slapstick humour in the scene that he has no reverence for the pope whatsoever...
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