The easiest translation of Faust on hand, this quantity presents the unique German textual content and its English counterpart on dealing with pages. Walter Kaufmann's translation conveys the poetic good looks and rhythm in addition to the complicated intensity of Goethe's language. contains half One and choices from half .

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