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" Paradise, from whom Did all things' verdure and their lustre come, Whose composition was miraculous, Being all colour, all diaphanous, (For... "
The New Review - Página 197
1893
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The Works of John Donne: With a Memoir of His Life, Volumen1

John Donne - 1839
...were, And liveliest stones but drowsy, and pale to her,) She, she is dead ! she's dead ; when thou know'st this, Thou know'st how wan a ghost this our world is : And learn'st thus much by our anatomy, That it should more affright, then pleasure thee. And that,...
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The Works of John Donne, D.D. Dean of Saint Paul's, 1621-1631 ..., Volumen6

John Donne - 1839
...were, And liveliest stones but drowsy, and pale to her,) She, she is dead ! she's dead ; when thou know'st this, Thou know'st how wan a ghost this our world is : And learn'st thus much by our anatomy, That it should more affright, then pleasure thee. And that,...
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The works of John Donne. With a memoir by H. Alford, Volumen6

John Donne - 1839
...were, And liveliest stones but drowsy, and pale to her,) She, she is dead ! she's dead ; when thou know'st this, Thou know'st how wan a ghost this our world is : And learn'st thus much by our anatomy, That it should more affright, then pleasure thee. And that,...
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The Living Age, Volumen199

1893
...would shipwreck there and sink, or as when one of his trances comes upon him, and he sighs when thou know'st this Thou know'st how wan a ghost this our...gorgeous aspects of death, to wave his torch within the charncl house, and to show that its walls are set with jewels. This may be taken as an example of his...
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The Jacobean Poets

Edmund Gosse - 1894 - 226 páginas
...shipwreck there, and sink, or as when one of his trances comes upon him, and he sighs — when thou know'st this, Thou know'st how wan a ghost this our...gorgeous aspects of death, to wave his torch within the charnel-house and to show that its walls are set with jewels. This may be taken as an example of his...
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Poems, Volumen2

John Donne - 1896
...were, _And liveliest stones but drowsy and pale to her ; She, she is dead ; she's dead ; when thou know'st this, Thou know'st how wan a ghost this our world is ; 370 And learn'st thus much by our Anatomy, That it should more affright than pleasure thee ; And...
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Poems of John Donne, Volumen2

John Donne - 1896
...bodies were, And liveliest stones but drowsy and pale to her ; She, she is dead ; she's dead ; when thou know'st this, Thou know'st how wan a ghost this our world is ; 370 And learn'st thus much by our Anatomy, That it should more affright than pleasure thee ; And...
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The Life and Letters of John Donne: Dean of St. Paul's, Volumen1

Edmund Gosse, John Donne - 1899
...bodies were, And liveliest stones but drowsy and pale to her ; She, she is dead ; she's dead ; when thou know'st this, Thou know'st how wan a ghost this our world is." These beauties, however, are rare and transitory ; they are soon eclipsed by the scholastic obscurity of...
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The Rhetoric of John Donne's Verse

Wightman Fletcher Melton - 1906 - 206 páginas
...variation as, for example, a couplet already quoted from Donne, She, she Is dead ; she's dead ; when th6u know'st this, Thou know'st how wan a ghost this our world is ; 5 would probably attract no attention ; but when the same variation is found in bewildering excess...
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Punch and Judy: & Other Essays

Maurice Baring - 1924 - 370 páginas
...world seemed a duller and a greyer place without her : " She, she is dead ; she's dead : when thou knowst this, Thou knowst how wan a ghost this our world is." never grew old. She remained young because her spirit was able to serve the novitiate which, La Rochefoucauld...
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