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" Die not, Aprile ! We must never part. Are we not halves of one dissevered world, Whom this strange chance unites once more ? Part ? never ! 1 Till thou the lover, know ; and I, the knower, I Love — until both are saved. "
Robert Browning's Poetical Works: Paracelsus. Strafford - Página 64
por Robert Browning - 1889
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The Poetical Works of Robert Browning, Volumen1

Robert Browning - 1902 - 776 páginas
...seen thy face ! O poet, think of me, and sing of me ! But to have seen thee and to die so soon ! f Paracelsus. Die not, Aprile ! We must never part. Are we not halves of one dissevered world, IWhom this strange chance unites once more ? Part ? never ! Till thou the lover, know ; and I, the...
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The Literature of the Victorian Era

Hugh Walker - 1910 - 1082 páginas
...complement, through whom is brought home to him his essential error, acknowledged in the exclamation, " Are we not halves of one dissevered world, Whom this...and I, the knower, Love — until both are saved." The character of Paracelsus, as depicted by Browning, is at once thoroughly original, and extraordinarily...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Browning, Volumen1

Robert Browning - 1912 - 782 páginas
...devise for both of us ? Aprile. I hear thee faintly. The thick darkness ! Even Thine eyes are hid. 'Tis as I knew : I speak, And now I die. But I have seen...this strange chance unites once more ? Part ? never ! 1 Till thou the lover, know ; and I, the knower, I Love — until both are saved. Aprile, hear !...
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The Methodist Review, Volumen64;Volumen86

1904 - 1036 páginas
...seen thy face! O poet, think of me, and sing of me ! But to have seen thee and to die so soon ! Par.: Die not, Aprile! We must never part. Are we not halves...the knower, Love — until both are saved. Aprile dies realizing that "God is the perfect poet, -who in his person acts his own creations," and now the...
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Browning as a Philosophical and Religious Teacher

Sir Henry Jones - 1912 - 376 páginas
...disappointment, " and natural health is ignorance " ; and he asks of the mad poet who "loved too rashly," "Are we not halves of one dissevered world, Whom this strange chance unites once more? Part? Never I Till thou the lover, know ; and I, the knower, Love— until both are saved."1 And, at the end of...
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Humanistic Studies, Volumen1

1916 - 346 páginas
...declares "I too have sought to KNOW as thou to LOVE — Excluding love as thou refusedst knowledge. Are we not halves of one dissevered world, Whom this strange chance unites once more?" And Aprile exclaims: "Yes, I see now. God is the perfect poet, Who in his person acts his own creations."...
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University of Kansas Publications: Humanistic studies, Volumen1

1912 - 350 páginas
...declares "I too have sought to KNOW as thou to LOVE — Excluding love as thou refusedst knowledge. Are we not halves of one dissevered world, Whom this strange chance unites once more?" And Aprile exclaims: "Yes, I see now. God is the perfect poet, Who in his person acts his own creations."...
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Outlines of Victorian Literature

Hugh Walker, Janie Roxburgh Walker - 1913 - 1116 páginas
...complement, through whom is brought home to him his essential error, acknowledged in the exclamation, " Are we not halves of one dissevered world, Whom this...Part never! Till thou, the lover, know ; and I, the kuower, Love — until both are saved." The character of Paracelsus, as depicted by Browning, is at...
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The Literature of the Victorian Era

Hugh Walker - 1913 - 1232 páginas
...complement, through whom is brought home to him his essential error, acknowledged in the exclamation, " Are we not halves of one dissevered world, Whom this strange chance unites once more? Part neverl Till thou, the lover, know ; and I, the knower, Love — until both are saved." The character...
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Mysticism in English Literature

Caroline Frances Eleanor Spurgeon - 1913 - 186 páginas
...to KNOW as thou to LOVE Excluding love as thou refusedst knowledge. . . . We must never part . . . Till thou the lover, know ; and I, the knower, Love — until both are saved. Arising logically out of this belief in unity, there follows, as with all mystics, the belief in the...
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