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" And it is time to go, to bid farewell to one's own self, and find an exit from the fallen self. "
Ethnic Chicago: A Multicultural Portrait - Page 17
by Peter d'A. Jones Jones - 1995 - 648 pages
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The Columbia Granger's Dictionary of Poetry Quotations

Edith P. Hazen - Literary Criticism - 1992 - 1132 pages
...Death 35 Now it is autumn and the falling fruit and the long journey towards oblivion. (1. 1-2) 36 Have you built your ship of death, O have you? O build your ship of death, for you will need it. (1. 8-9) 267 Lawrence POETRY QUOTATIONS 37 And can a man his own quietus make with a bare bodkin? (1....
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The Works of D.H. Lawrence: With an Introduction and Bibliography

David Herbert Lawrence - Fiction - 1994 - 352 pages
...themselves. And it is time to go, to bid farewell to one's own self, and find an exit from the fallen self. Have you built your ship of death, O have you? O build your ship of death, for you will need it. The grim frost is at hand, when the apples will fall thick, almost thundrous, on the hardened earth....
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The Practice of Dream Healing: Bringing Ancient Greek Mysteries into Modern ...

Edward Tick - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2001 - 318 pages
...modern supplicant: Build then the ship of death, for you must take the longest journey, to oblivion. And die the death, the long and painful death that lies between the old self and the new.7 Indeed, Dave's soul had sailed upon the ship of death and life. Chapter Eighteen "WHAT DREAM...
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Glimpsing the Face of God: The Search for Meaning in the Universe

Alister E. McGrath - Natural theology - 2002 - 124 pages
...inevitability of death: Now it is autumn and the tailing fruit and the long journey towards oblivion have you built your ship of death, O have you? O build your ship of death, for you will need it. Yet who really knows? Just about everyone who is anyone has thought and written about it - and the...
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Negotiating with the Dead: A Writer on Writing

Margaret Atwood, Margaret Eleanor Atwood - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2002 - 219 pages
...Mesopotamian invocation' Build then the ship of death, for you must take the longest journey, to oblivion. And die the death, the long and painful death that lies between the old self and the new. . . Oh build your ship of death, your little ark and furnish it with food, with little cakes, and wine...
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An Exploration of a New Poetic Expression Beyond Dichotomy

Shin'ichiro Ishikawa - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 404 pages
...some voice which urges him to prepare for his own sail of death: Have you built your ship of death, 0 have you? O build your ship of death, for you will need it. And death is on the air like a smell of ashes! Ah ! can't you smell it? And in the bruised body, the frightened...
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The Yale Book of Quotations

Fred R. Shapiro, Associate Librarian and Lecturer in Legal Research Fred R Shapiro - Reference - 2006 - 1067 pages
...autumn and the falling fruit And the long journey towards oblivion. "The Ship of Death" 1. 1 (1932) 10 on, Boston, Mass., 7 Mar. 1900 17 Great cases like hard cases make bad law. For cases are called "The Ship of Death" 1. 8 (1932) 11 We are dying, we are dying, we are all of us dying. "The Ship of...
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Beautiful Enemies: Friendship and Postwar American Poetry

Andrew Epstein - Literary Criticism - 2006 - 376 pages
...approach: And it is time to go, to bid farewell to one's self, and find an exit from the fallen self . . . Have you built your ship of death, O have you? O build your ship of death, for you will need it. ... you must take the longest journey, to oblivion. And die the death, the long and painful death that...
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The Persistence of Objects: Poems

Richard Garcia, Richard García - Literary Criticism - 2006 - 127 pages
...the dark and it's so close. That's a poem you say, DH Lawrence — Have you built your ship of death, have you? O build your ship of death, for you will need it. Right here it would be good if there were a small orchestra on board, you'd hear them and say to her,...
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