I just finished editing a reading of Manfred by Lord Byron. It was fun and the plot raises some interesting points on morality, responsibility and punishment. It is also featured on a (non-philosophical) website, tvtropes. It is interesting to see how the story relates to other works of fiction and how it contrasts with Faust.

Near the end, a demon comes to take Manfred to hell in a similar manner to Faust, but things take a rather different course:

SPIRIT. But thy many crimes
Have made thee–

MANFRED. What are they to such as thee?
Must crimes be punish’d but by other crimes,
And greater criminals?– Back to thy hell!

Anti Citizen One