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Sources of the Faust Tradition (Studies in…

Sources of the Faust Tradition (Studies in Comparative Literature)

by Philip M. Palmer

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 083830608X, Library Binding)

This book will be found an important link in "Der Faust Gedanke in der Welt" and presents much material which is difficult to obtain: The Simon Magus Legend in English translation, abbreviated; the Cyprianus Legend in English translation, complete; The Theophilus Legend in English translation, complete; the references to the historical Faust, original and translation; the English Faust Book of 1592, complete; Faust plays before Lessing; the Ulm puppet play in the original; Lessing's Faust Fragments.

THIS TITLE IS CITED AND RECOMMENDED BY: Bibliography of Comparative Literature - Baldensperger.

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