Other readers - Dr. Faustus
George Santayana: the good angel, in the dialogue, seems to have so much the worst of the argument. All he has to offer is sour adomination and external warnings.
Thomas McAlindon: the image of the angry God is an attack on the unforgiving harshness of contemporary Christian theolgy.
R.M. Dawkins: The story of a Renaissance man who had to pay the medieval price for being one.
Arnold Schmidt: Most people have wanted something so badly that, in moments of desperation, they imagined they would do anything to have it.
Somerset Maugham: It is difficult to pass over the razor's edge,But the wise say, the path to salvation is hard,