Doctor Faustus (Marlowe)

Why doctor faustus' blood congealed ?

When he wanted to sign the contract his blood congealed .

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Fautus' blood congeals miraculously and almost as a warning that he needs to think before signing a contract with the Devil. The congealed blood is an omen of the terrible things to come.