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" My dear Brown, I should have had her when I was in health, and I should have remained well. "
The Dublin Review - Page 150
publié par - 1848
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 16

1849 - 606 pages
...gone thus far into it, I must go on a little ; perhaps it may relieve the load of wretchedness that presses upon me. The persuasion that I shall see her...to die — I cannot bear to leave her. Oh God ! God ! everything I have in my trunks that reminds me of her goes through me like a spear. The silk-lining...
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Littell's Living Age, Volume 19

1848 - 634 pages
...gone thus far into it, I must go on a little; perhaps it may relieve the load of wretchedness which presses upon me. The persuasion that I shall see her...in health, and I should have remained well. I can hear to die — I cannot hear to leave her. Oh, God, God, God ! Everything I have in my trunks that...
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The Living Age, Volume 19

1848 - 640 pages
...gone thus far into it, I must go on a little ; perhaps it may relieve the load of wretchedness which presses upon me. The persuasion that I shall see her no more will kill me. My dcar Brown, I should have had her when I was in health, and I should have remained well. I can bear...
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Life, Letters, and Literary Remains, of John Keats

John Keats - 1848 - 414 pages
...thus far into it, I must go on a little ; — perhaps it may relieve the load of wretchedness which presses upon me. The persuasion that I shall see her...— I cannot bear to leave her. Oh, God ! God ! God ! Every thing I have in my trunks that reminds me of her goes through me like a spear. The silk lining...
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Life, Letters, and Literary Remains, of John Keats

John Keats - 1848 - 420 pages
...gone thus far into it, I must go on a little ;—perhaps it may relieve the load of wretchedness which presses upon me. The persuasion that I shall see her...health, and I should have remained well. I can bear to die—I cannot bear to leave her. Oh, God ! God ! God ! Every thing 1 have in my trunks that reminds...
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Sharpe's London magazine, a journal of entertainment and ..., Volumes 7 à 8

Anna Maria Hall - 1848 - 574 pages
...perhaps it may relieve the load of wretchedness which presses upon me. The persuasion that 1 shall нее her no more, will kill me. My dear Brown, I should have had her while I was in health, and I should have remained well. I can bear to die — I cannot bear to leave...
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Macphail's Edinburgh ecclesiastical journal and literary review, Volumes 5 à 6

1848 - 916 pages
...horrible — the sense of daikness coming over me — I eternally see her figure eternally vanishing. I can bear to die. I cannot bear to leave her. Oh, God ! * * * everything I have in my trunks that reminds me of her goes through me like a spear. The silk...
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The Prospective Review: A Quarterly Journal of Theology and Literature, Volume 4

1848 - 578 pages
...testimonies on record. He writes a few months before his death from Naples to his friend Brown : — " The persuasion that I shall see her no more will kill me." — " I can bear to die — I cannot bear to leave her. Oh ! God ! God ! God ! Everything I have in...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 16

1849 - 588 pages
...relieve the load of wretchedness that presses upon me. The persuasion that I shall see her no mure, will kill me. My dear Brown, I should have had her...to die — I cannot bear to leave her. Oh God ! God ! everything I have in my trunks that reminds me of her goes through me like a spear. The silk-lining...
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The Western Quarterly Review

1849 - 364 pages
...disease of the heart than a random poignard can make. From Naples he thus wrote to a friend : — " The persuasion that I shall see her no more will kill...have had her when I was in health, and I should have remained1 well. I can bear to die — I cannot bear to leave her. Oh, God ! God ! God ! Every thing...
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