I'm off to learn magic...
-Doctor Faustusus a well renowned man and talented scholar. -Scholars are known for thinking more deeply than others in society. -Faustus rails against the limits of human knowledge. - He Believes that there is more to learn about in the world -Hates how much human brain limits the amount of knowledge he can possess.
-He has learned everything that he can possibly learn in the world! -He is angry because he is not satisfied by any of the things he has read. -He wants more knowledge! -He decides that magic is the best possible soloution to turn too. -He belives that magic will open up many doors, allowing him to branch out to new possibilities of language.
-Once Faustus has decided to begin his journey in learning magic, a bad angel and good angel arrive to greet him. -The good angel represents Faustus choice of Christian conscience. -The bad angel represents damnation. -The good angel suggests to Faustus that he end this pursuit of magic. -The bad angel tempts Faustus with the possibilities that magic holds and why he should embrace it.
-Faustus choses the evil angel's decision to embrace magic. -From two scholars, Faustus learn how the black arts works. -The scholars are named Valeds and Cornelius. -Fautus is over the moon with the ammount of power he now has. -He is excited by the many stunts he can perform and the amount of magic he is able to perform.
-Faustus decides to summon the devil Mephistopheles. -This is when the two of them begin the agreement, with Mephistopheles explaining the terms. -Mephistopheles represents Lucifer. -Faustus decides to sell his soul in order to recieve 24 years of power. -Mephistopheles will be his servant to every wim.
-The time has come to sign the agreement. -Faustus is beginning to have doubts over the context of the agreement. -Faustus decides to put these doubts aside. -He signs the agreement. -By signing the agreement in his own blood, he is selling his soul away.
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