Good and Evil Angel

the play, Faustus talks about philosophy, medicine, law, and theology and is hesitant about all. Lastly he chooses to study magic. He rejects theology. He is “glutted more with conceit” (Scene I, 18) and he prefers black magic to what he preferred before; he asserts: “. . . Divinity, adieu!” (Scene I, 48), that is,…

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