Just In
for Thanatos

5/1/2005 c1 6Mephi
Yeah... He did screw up big time, didn't he? But we still love him! Perhaps its because he just seems so adorable. Well, Goethe's Faust, Marlowe's is a bit... arrogant... self-serving... and prissy... Goethe's is all of those, but more of a troubled soul. One who invokes pitty, I suppose... I like him.

Anyway, This is probably what he'd been thinking. However, I bet he was a bit more panic ridden. HAve you read the ending of Marlowe's Dr. Faustus? It gives a good example.

Anyway, nice. I like how you wrote this. More of a quiet, horror filled realization. ^^

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