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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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Browning and Italian Art and Artists

Pearl Hogrefe - 1914 - 92 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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The Complete Poetical Works of Robert Browning

Robert Browning - 1921 - 1378 páginas
...me ! But to have seen thee and to die so soon ! Paracelsus. Die not, Aprile ! We must never part. 10 Are we not halves of one dissevered world, Whom this...Part ? never ! Till thou the lover, know, and I, the knowcr. Love — until both arc saved. Aprile, hear! We will accept our gains, and use them — now!...
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The Influence of Elizabeth Barrett Browning Upon the Poetry of Robert Browning

Helen Van Riper Gill - 1920 - 418 páginas
...to t' ,e relation of love and knowledge is expressed in Paracelsus, when Paracelsus says to Aprile: "Are we not halves of one dissevered world, Whom this strange chance unites once more? Part? Hever! Till thou the lover, know; and I, the knower, Love - until both are saved. " (2) 2 The Forks...
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Western Medical Times, Volúmenes42-43

George Lee Servoss - 1922 - 904 páginas
...Browning has invented a name for the better side of Paracelsus' nature, he calls the good spirit Aprile. "Die not, Aprile! We must never part. Are we not halves of one dissevered whole t Whom this strange chance united once, more, Part never! Till thou the lover, know, and I, the...
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Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters, Volumen4

Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters - 1925 - 722 páginas
...Excluding love as thou refusedst knowledge. Still thou hast beauty and I power.' • ••••»•• 'Die not, Aprile! We must never part. Are we not halves...and I, the knower, Love — until both are saved.' * 2 Paracelsus, Part II. Yet, while admitting the force of these passages, is it possible to show that...
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A Study of the Prose Works of John Donne

Evelyn Mary Spearing Simpson - 1924 - 1102 páginas
...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.1 For Donne also love and knowledge are inextricably linked. ' Lojce. presumes knowledge ; for,...
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Littell's Living Age, Volumen228

1901 - 872 páginas
...Meredith TownsenA. THE WARDEN OF THE MARCHES. BY SYDNEY C. GKIER. IX. WOUNDED HERO AND MINISTERING ANGEL. "Are we not halves of one dissevered world, Whom this...thou, the lover, know; and I, the knower, Love—" read Mabel, and paused, since it was evident that her auditor desired to give utterance to a reflection...
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Works, Volumen1

Robert Browning - 1912 - 392 páginas
...! Even Thine eyes are hid. 'T is as I knew : I speak, And now I die. But I have seen thy face ! 630 O poet, think of me, and sing of me ! But to have...this strange chance unites once more ? Part ? never ! 635 Till thou the lover, know ; and I, the knower, Love — until both are saved. Aprile, hear !...
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The Twentieth Century, Volumen96

1924 - 978 páginas
...illustrates the fatal incompleteness of love without knowledge, knowledge without love, in Paracelsus : PARACELSUS : Die not, Aprile : we must never part....and I, the knower, Love — until both are saved. We may consider Browning as either a lyricist or a philosopher. For sheer beauty what can surpass these...
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Wellesley Magazine, Volumen1

1892 - 514 páginas
...Appears the world before us, we no less Wake with our wrists and ankles jeweled still. •*••••* Die not, Aprile' ; we must never part. Are we not...and I, the knower, Love — until both are saved." But Aprile's reply is a beautiful swan-song, as he passes away. Human attainment — honor and fame...
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