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(comparable with the late-medieval Everyman, which we discussed briefly at the beginning of this quarter)? Consider e.g. the presence of Good and Bad Angels, Lucifer, Mephistophilis, the Seven Deadly Sins; note also the comments of Wagnerand the Old Manin sc. 12. To what extent does Dr. Faustus
function as an ars morienditeaching the audience to "die well"? As a psychomachia(a battle within, and over, the human soul)? Despite the surface similarities, what is distinctly non-medieval about Dr. Faustus? (Consider e.g. performers, target audience and purpose.)3.Would you agree that Marlow’s depiction of transgression targets the punishing machinery morethan it does the sinner?4.Marlow brings in all the elements of the morality play machinery but without any consolations of the morality vision. Discuss.Imp. Quotes1.The reward of sin is death? That’s hard. Si peccasse negamus, fallimur, et nulla est in nobis veritas.If we say that we have no sin, We deceive ourselves, and there’s no truth in us. Why then belike we must sin, And so consequently die.Ay, we must die an everlasting death. What doctrine call you this? Che sarà, sarà: