When I behold the heavens, then I repent, And curse thee, wicked Mephistophilis, Because thou hast depriv‟d me of those joys,
When I behold the heavens, then I repent,
And curse thee, wicked Mephistophilis,
Because thou hast depriv‟d me of those joys,
Context – Marlowe manipulates this struggle between the aspirations of character of his time and the implications to Christianity in relation to its doctrine of heaven and hell.The Damnation of Faustus is written By Troy E. Marlow.
Critical Comment – The franticness which comes about because of the self-disclosure of his own punishment shows into stupid parlor traps for honorability, traps performed upon the Pope, and inspiring eminence and researchers alike with his with all-powerful like learning. He has moved toward becoming, fundamentally, a shoddy club! This change unquestionably shows a poor utilization of through and through freedom. Faustus at first abuses his choice by choosing to align with Lucifer and later by mishandling his new-given learning. He doesn’t utilize it for benevolent acts or apply to it to anything that advantages humankind.