Doctor Faustus (Marlowe)

Does doctor Faustus suffer from any hesitation about what he does?

dr.Faustus by christopher Marlowe

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The characteristics of Renaissance in behavioral traits can be seen in Dr. Faustus. He does not feel any kind of hesitation to have the riches, power, sensual pleasures, and knowledge against the traditional ethics. He goes against the Church. Here we get the individualism of Renaissance man. He significantly symbolizes the Renaissance spirit. He performs miraculous deeds with the help of power. He just simply shows careless nature in abiding the rules and regulation of Church and Christian theology