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  THE DAMNATION OF FAUST

The story of Marguerite and Faust is not told from the beginning. No. In the first pair, I decided to give myself to you, I yield to your lust. But, at the last moment, you regret having tempted me, which meant dragging me to my doom. Faust regretted it, and begged the Devil to release him from the spell that would allow him to seduce Marguerite. But I am doomed too, already. In order to make Faust succeed in seducing Marguerite, the Devil bewitches her too.
  GONE MARAT

For most artists, to think of Marat's death is to think of Jacques-Louis David's À Marat. As a character, Marat had a rather interesting role in the History of France and, therefore, the History of Human Thought and the changes that went with it. As far as I see it, perhaps other characters were worthier of being theme for immortal art. But, then, it is not History that makes Art immortal, it is Art that makes History immortal. Jacques-Louis David made Marat immortal, by depicting him agozining in his tub. I say, as we also learn in Art, agonizing and not dead. Why? Notice the feather Marat holds in his fallen hand, still up. 
  DAME DU LAC

La Dame du Lac, she who rests, or prays to the goddess of the Earth, or is simply part of the molecules of tiny sprinkles that fret the fish. Then, a long wave undulates the mirror of the night, as she moves. The blur lasts a moment only, like a breathe, then all is clear, for she dives into the darkness of the pit.