The Faust legend : from Marlowe and Goethe to contemporary drama and film / Sara Munson Deats.

Av: Deats, Sara Munson [aut].
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2019Fysisk beskrivning: xi, 264 pages.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781108475853.Ämne: Faust (Legendary character | Faust, Johann, ca 1480-ca 1540 -- i litteraturen | Faust, Johann, ca 1480-ca 1540 -- i filmen | European literature -- History and criticismDDC klassifikation: 809.93351 LOC klassifikation: PN57.F3 | D37 2019
Innehåll:
The background of the Faust legend -- Marlowe's Doctor Faustus -- Goethe's Faust -- Post-Goethe dramatic versions of the Faust legend -- Cinematic Fausts.
Anmärkning bestånd: B32.609 Libris-ID: mxdg14d2krg2f041Summary: "The Faustbooks introduce the basic formula that will pervade many of the subsequent dramatic versions of the legend: the two dominant figures, the protagonist Faust (or Faustus) and his demonic antagonist and tempter Mephostophiles, the first time in folklore or scripture that this name had been associated with the Devil"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The background of the Faust legend -- Marlowe's Doctor Faustus -- Goethe's Faust -- Post-Goethe dramatic versions of the Faust legend -- Cinematic Fausts.

"The Faustbooks introduce the basic formula that will pervade many of the subsequent dramatic versions of the legend: the two dominant figures, the protagonist Faust (or Faustus) and his demonic antagonist and tempter Mephostophiles, the first time in folklore or scripture that this name had been associated with the Devil"-- Provided by publisher.

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