Under Mephistopheles’ control, Faust becomes intoxicated with endearment and lead by his perverted emotions. It is under this hypnotism that he approaches Gretchen, however, the sense of love is not mutual. Faust realizes then, that his unornamented looks and personality will not attract Gretchen, that is when he realizes he must manipulate this woman in order to posses her. Thus, Faust turns to Mephistopheles for his aid, “Get me that girl, and don’t ask why”. Mephistopheles replies with a with a quote that defines the nature which Faust will make his impending decisions, “We’d waste our time storming and running; we have to have recourse to cunning”. It is at this point that Faust plunges into a frenzy of wickedness and negligence; a degree where he will remain for most of the narrative. Faust's immorality comes to light from his philosophy that despite his toxic choices, no real consequence approaches him, as if Faust stole this straight from Rick and Morty. Unfortunately for Faust's victims, the real problem lies with combining his toxic personality with a literal demon! Faust becomes a callous juggernaut when he is coupled with Mephistopheles’ lethal …show more content…
Not questioning the man upstair, but this accomplishment is questionable; God would not submit to an individual so despicable to join people like the likes of Martin Luther King Jr. in a dimension of grace. With that being said, it is then safe to say that Faust does not fit into the criterion of a hero except that he was vaguely "favored by the gods".
All devil worshiping things considered, Faust's adventures all sing the same theme that to find happiness a person must come to terms that they are relevant to the laws of the universe.
As foreshadowed in the Prologue and revealed in the concluding verses, illustrate that good may arise out of evil, contrary wise, they do not encourage that evil should be sought after to find good. The dogma that Faust unknowingly forwards teaches that the basic features of everything that exists in the universe is deathless, significant, and a positive effect on how humans can find a place in life through participating in this incomprehensible cosmic universe, all the while staying in tune with their human