Characteristic features of the artistic world of Faust by Johann Wolfgang Goethe

Characteristic features of the artistic world of Faust by Johann Wolfgang Goethe

    A plot based on a kind of “experiment” on the main character, subjected to various tests and actively learning the world in the process of searching for the higher meaning of human existence; the presence of a complex philosophical and moral problems; the widest scope of the artistic image, thanks to which the fate of the main character unfolds against the background of the whole universe, in the intertwining of the past, present and future times, as well as in the crossing of real, mystical and fantastic dimensions; symbolic and allegorical content of the depicted situations, characters, images, which reflects the ideas about the forces that govern the natural, spiritual and moral spheres of life; the key meaning of the “Prologue in Heaven”, which denotes the central
    problems in the tragedy of the essence, place and purpose of man in the universe, the purpose of human history, the correlation of the world principles of good and evil; the special role of Mephistopheles, who, being a constant companion of Faust, his assistant and at the same time his main antagonist and enemy, personifies Faust’s spirit of a spirit of doubt and a thirst for dissatisfaction, prompting a constant search and progress; a specific interpretation of the evil embodied in Mephistopheles as part of good, that is, as the forces of negation, criticism and destruction, without which cognition, creation and development are impossible; humanistic pathos and bright philosophical and historical optimism, characteristic of both the author of the tragedy and the age of the Enlightenment in general; intonational and rhythmic polyphony, reflecting the diversity of human characters and the completeness of life’s elements. being a constant companion of Faust, his assistant and at the same time his main antagonist and enemy, personifies Faust’s spirit of a spirit of doubt and a thirst for dissatisfaction, prompting a constant search and progress; a specific interpretation of the evil embodied in Mephistopheles as part of good, that is, as the forces of negation, criticism and destruction, without which cognition, creation
    and development are impossible; humanistic pathos and bright philosophical and historical optimism, characteristic of both the author of the tragedy and the age of the Enlightenment in general; intonational and rhythmic polyphony, reflecting the diversity of human characters and the completeness of life’s elements. being a constant companion of Faust, his assistant and at the same time his main antagonist and enemy, personifies Faust’s spirit of a spirit of doubt and a thirst for dissatisfaction, prompting a constant search and progress; a specific interpretation of the evil embodied in Mephistopheles as part of good, that is, as the forces of negation, criticism and destruction, without which cognition, creation and development are impossible; humanistic pathos and bright philosophical and historical optimism, characteristic of both the author of the tragedy and the age of the Enlightenment in general; intonational and rhythmic polyphony, reflecting the diversity of human characters and the completeness of life’s elements. urges to constant search and movement forward; a specific interpretation of the evil embodied in Mephistopheles as part of good, that is, as the forces of negation, criticism and destruction, without which cognition, creation and development are impossible; humanistic pathos and bright philosophical and historical optimism, characteristic of both the author of the tragedy and the age of the Enlightenment in general; intonational and rhythmic polyphony, reflecting the diversity of human characters and the completeness of life’s elements. urges to constant search and movement forward; a specific interpretation of the evil embodied in Mephistopheles as part of good, that is, as the forces of negation, criticism and destruction, without which cognition, creation and development are impossible; humanistic pathos and bright philosophical and historical optimism, characteristic of both the author of the tragedy and the age of the Enlightenment in general; intonational and rhythmic polyphony, reflecting the diversity of human characters and the completeness of life’s elements.

Characteristic features of the artistic world of Faust by Johann Wolfgang Goethe