-The devil is angry with Fautus. -Faustus has reached the pinnacle of his decline. -An angry mood is set on stage and the end begins to draw to a close. -Faustus is dragged back to hell by the devils. -This creates uproar and Fautus screams in cowardice.
-The epilgoue. -The chorus decides to emphasise the fact that Faustus is gone forever. -He has been dragged to hell by the devil for all the deadly sins he has commtied. -He was a great-potentional that wasted his chances in life, being too greedy. -Chorus warns the audience of the lessons they must learn.
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