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Renaisance Literature
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Renaisance Literature

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Doctor faustus as a tragedy

Doctor faustus as a tragedy

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  • 1. Name:- Bhumi N. Vajani Roll No.-06 M.A-SEM-1 Sub:-Renaissance LiteratureTopic:-Doctor Faustus As a Tragedy Year:-2012-2013Submit:-Dept. of English -Maharaja Krishanakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University
  • 2. -:Legend:--Ambitious person- Disbelief in religion- Renaissance Ambition- Faustus is well Omen
  • 3. Religious Aim behind writing-> Religious Drama->Church of Europe
  • 4. -:Disobedience:-First:- Prometheus- Myth defied ZeusSecond:- Fallen Angel LuciferThird:- Adam- Lord of ParadiseFour:- Icarus- son of Daedalus
  • 5. -:Faustus-A man of flesh and blood:--Good or Evil-Man of Flesh and Blood
  • 6. -:Free will of Faustus:-->Mysterious tragic->Area of magic and devil worship->Offers his soul to Lucifer for twenty four years
  • 7. -: Dilemma in Faustus:--Belief and Disbelief-Anxiety and Certainty
  • 8. -:Maturity at the End:-->Act is more mature slightly humble thought not humbleenough repentance->His death is tragic

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