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Synonyms for Faust

an alchemist of German legend who sold his soul to Mephistopheles in exchange for knowledge


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Something very similar to Faust's cell presented itself to Jehan's view, when he ventured his head through the half- open door.
Margaret disliked TOSCA and FAUST. And so, for one reason and another, they walked on in silence, chaperoned by the voice of Mrs.
Her soul cried out in the words of Faust, "Stay, thou art fair!" Whether it was by beer, or by shouting, or by music, or by motion, she meant that it should not go.
Anne Imhof's performance piece 'Faust' won the Golden Lion at the 2017 Venice Biennale.
In Faust, the doomed love affair between Faust and Marguerite fuels the plot at first.
Rare disease specialist pharmacy PANTHERx Specialty Pharmacy reported on Wednesday the election of Susan Faust as senior vice president and head of its Markets.
Undoubtedly, cohesion is the greatest challenge of a book that explores a topic of such great breadth as Goethe's Faust and the musical works it inspired.
"We've been anxious to get into that community over there for some time," Faust said.
While working in the grocery business, Faust made the decision to join the active Air Force in October of 2000.
Lyric Opera of Chicago is excited to present its new production of "Faust" that has been successfully running on its stage this March and became the highlight of the season.
Faust's focus is on how Saddam Hussein Ba'thifized the country, and the book's title and contents inform readers time and again that the regime was a totalitarian one.
Faust testifies to the power of setting a scene, then giving things over to great performers in hip clothes.
Scholars of comparative literature explore the Faust theme as it has been adapted in some key texts from the early modern period to the present in English, Dutch, German, and Egyptian.