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  • Christopher Marlowe - Dr. Faustus - Remind yourself of Scene 5, lines 167-280 from "Now would I have a book" to the entrance of the seven deadly sins.

     

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Evaluation:
Published: 30.01.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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What is the importance of this section in the context of the whole play?
In your answer you should include:
The way the 16th century view of the world is presented
The dramatic effects created by the good and evil angels.
The language used by Faustus and Mephastophilis.
This Scene is the longest, and perhaps most important scene in the play. So far in the play, the audience have been teased with the possibility of Faustus signing his soul over to the devil. In this scene he finally does that, but before he does, Marlowe creates tension by using a pattern throughout the scene. First Fau…

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