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(The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus) a play (c1588) by Christopher Marlowe, based on the medieval legend of Faust.
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And if the spirits come and snatch me, as they snatched off Doctor Faustus, you shall see all the pageant, and not a penny to pay.Judith Shakespeare|William Black
Plain man, as you see me, I find myself getting quite the reputation of a Doctor Faustus in the popular mind.A Rogue's Life|Wilkie Collins
Doctor Faustus answered hereupon, Gracious lady, this is a small thing for me to doe, for I can doe more than this.The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus|Christoper Marlowe
Thus Doctor Faustus, the Gamaliel of those whose study are the arcana of nature and the world of shadows.The Book-Hunter at Home|P. B. M. Allan
I shall now proceed to describe the etching of "Doctor Faustus," a copy of which I have given.Rembrandt and His Works|John Burnet