A message destructive giving hope without assigning it to the person of God's Salvation. Beautiful in the extensive wordplay and most of the performance. Though was Euphora trying to sound quirky, or did the casting director's kid get a nod? Faust is Faust, after all, a standard of the Progressive lexicon, chosen to titillate and deceive easily-deluded minds that God can be mis-defined and devils are to be toyed with. Goes too deep into lechery for juveniles.
First, I wanted to listen based on Carl Gustav Jung's opinion of it. Jung was a brilliant and multi-faceted thinker and I wanted to better understand him. I first downloaded a different version read by one man. It was horrible and disruptive as he switched back and forth between characters. This version had a full cast and a modern translation that brought the story to life for me.
The recurring themes of humankind interest me. The universal question of evil and whether or not god has a role in it goes all the way back to the biblical story of Job. Love hearing different perspectives from different eras.
I am in love with Goethe after hearing this rendition of Faust. Absolutely can't wait for part 2 and rest of the book. Please get more of his works and other such classics.
Say something about yourself!
No -very muddled recording with needless background noise
Introduction and better sound quality would have helped
I didn't finish this audiobook because I got depressed. Faust is a legendary jerk and I wanted to understand the story behind the legend.
I suppose that I may go back to it sometime when I have a stronger stomach.