Goethe's Faust

Boy Charioteer

Who does this represent?

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He represents another way of loking at the union of male and female, a repeated way of thinking in this second act of Faust. The charioteer is somewhat of a unification of many contrasting entities in the world. Certainly that "matching" is a way of looking at a more perfect world.