Doctor Faustus as a Tragedy of a Typical Renaissance Hero

Dinesh Kumar


Without any shadow of doubt, Doctor Faustus has been hailed as the tragedy of a Renaissance man wh, in his passionate desire to get a proper hold on the world wants to have the knowledge of necromancy with the help of this he will conquer the whole world. With the reason of this there is perpetual conflict, both internal as well as external whether to chose the world of necromancy or the path of decency. Right from the beginning till the end of the play, we can also witness how he is ready to barter his soul for the sake of necromancy.

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